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Programme - OER18: Open to All
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18-19 April 2018, Watershed, Bristol, UK
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Wednesday - 18 April
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9.00 - 10.00Registration
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10.00 - 11.00Welcome to OER18 (Cinema 1)
Keynote: Lorna Campbell
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11.00 - 11.30Short break
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11.30 - 12.30Parallel sessions
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Cinema 11947
What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Continually becoming: Open learners and open educatorsCatherine CroninGabi Witthaus
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What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Engagement in MOOCs by pre-prepared versus just-in-time learnersMatt Cornock
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What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Student & Community OER Co-CreationStephanie (Charlie) Farley
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
An inclusive MOOCGloria VisintiniLouise Drumm
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Developing a virtual center of open learning materials for teacher in adult/further education and adult learner in GermanyDoris Hirschmann
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Virtually Connecting fishbowl: fostering learner diversity by aspiring to inclusivityMia Zamora et al.
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Cinema 31880
How can open practice and research support learner success?
UCL Press and Jisc E-textbooksJaimee BigginsDavid Kernohan
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Impact of the UK Open Textbook pilot projectBeck Pitt et al.
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Enhancing openness from within: a new approach to increase universities capacity in open practicesFabio Nascimbeni et al.
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Questions of place: The role of place in campus-based and open, online & distance learningTanya Dorey-Elias et al.Viven Rolfe
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Virtual Reality: the implications for open educational resourcesLiz Falconer et al.Anne-Marie Scott
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Ghost in a Shell: Moving Beyond LAMP Hosting for Open Source ApplicationsJim Groom
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Openness, Objects and Perception: An Empirical ApproachMark Johnson
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Waterside 1Available for VirtuallyConnecting and Community meetingsTeresa MacKinnon
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12.30 - 13.30Lunch break and Posters in Waterside 3 (1916, 1949, 1951)
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13.30 - 14.30Parallel sessions
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Cinema 11869
How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Wikidata, the Semantic Web, and the emerging global knowledge baseMartin PoulterTeresa MacKinnon
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Research Patterns and Trends on Open Educational Practices: an Exploratory Literature Review Suzan Koseoglu et al.
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Enacting critical civic education through the Open Government Partnership commitmentsLeo Havemann et al.
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Cinema 21875
Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
EASY and The Big Red Button: Open Vocational Education MethodsJohn Casey et al.Lorna M. Campbell
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
Which policies for Open Education? Insights from the first ever study on open education initiatives across the whole European UnionFabio Nascimbeni et al.
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
Community outreach for mainstreaming OER in Germany – attempting a nexus between bottom-up to top-down initiativesDominic Orr et al.
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Exploring Experiences of US Instructors Teaching with Open Textbooks in Different Higher Education SettingsOzgur Ozdemir et al.Beck Pitt
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
The role of OER and OEP in promoting social inclusion in the Global SouthHenry Trotter et al.
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Open Education while discussing accessibility with MOOC providers and learnersFrancisco Iniesto et al.
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
OER 18 Proposal for a workshop:Jisc, UCL and University of the Highlands and IslandsSpeicher Lara et al.Vivien Rolfe
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
Using the OER World Map to understand and support UK OER activityJan Neumann et al.David Kernohan
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
The EdTech Wikipedia edit-a-thonEwan McAndrewAnne-Marie Scott
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14.30 - 14.35Short break
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14.35 - 15.35Parallel sessions
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Cinema 11883
How can open practice and research support learner success?
Networking the Seed Plot: #ResNetSem as an Experimental Transformation of the Research SeminarAlan Levine et al.Javiera Atenas
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Working local, impacting global: teaching in the openLucas Wright et al.
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Stories of Student Empowerment: Wikipedia in the Classroom. A return on investment straight from the horse’s mouth.Ewan McAndrew
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Cinema 21874
Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Understanding the open education of tomorrow: results from the OOFAT Models projectRob Farrow et al.Gabi Witthaus
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Digging into the past – Historical branches of openTanya Dorey-Elias et al.
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Glenda Cox et al.
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
On the Map: Towards a multidimensional understanding of Open Educational PracticesLeo Havemann et al.Fabio Nascimbeni
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Surfacing agency and power: A social realist perspective on select findings from the ROER4D projectsGlenda Cox et al.
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Breaking open: conversations about ethics, epistemology, equity and powerMaha Bali et al.Catherine Cronin
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What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Sowing the seeds for a fairer world.Teresa MacKinnonFrances Bell
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What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Managing Fake News via Extra Credit: A Case Study in Teaching and Learning Research Process and Methodology through Editing WikipediaJeffrey Keefer
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What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Scaffolding the development of learner skills for mobile open social language learningTimothy Read et al.
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Waterside 1Available for VirtuallyConnecting and Community meetings
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15.35 - 15.45Short break
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15.45 - 16.45Keynote: Momodou Sallah
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17.00Boats depart for Bristol Harbour Tour
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Thursday - 19 April
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9.00 - 09.30Registration
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09.30 - 10.30Welcome to the second day of OER18 (Cinema 1)
Keynote: David Wiley
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10.30 - 11.00Short break
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11.00 - 12.00Parallel sessions
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Cinema 11940
Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
“A piece of illumination enlarged” – using OER for access and activism in cultural heritageAnne-Marie ScottFrances Bell
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Impressions - the impact of teaching by TwitterAndrew Smith
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Conferences open to all! Mainstreaming open education through unconferences and barcampsJöran Muuß-Merholz et al.
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Evaluation instruments for OER – towards a holistic model in the context of GermanyOlaf Zawacki-Richter et al.Gabi Witthaus
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
OER for TVET, an OdysseyRobert Schuwer et al.
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What skills do learners need and develop in experiencing open learning?
Informed inclusivity: Risk in open information literacy practiceCaroline Sinkinson et al.
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Cinema 31912
How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Open practice and praxis in the context of the Digital UniversityKeith Smyth et al.Francisco Iniesto
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
It’s open to all, right? Who is excluded from and by open educational resources (OERs)?Nick Baker
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Creating Repurposable, Accessible Open Education Resources to enhance Inclusive Learning PracticesAbi James et al.
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
The sound of an emerging networkLaura Ritchie et al.Viven Rolfe
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
How can open educators use social media safely?Tony CoughlanJoe Wilson
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
‘It’s changed my life’. Online volunteering as a means of supporting learning.Anna Comas-Quinn
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
From VLE to NGDLE; but what’s in between? Curating technologies to widen digital practice.Daniel Harding et al.
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Open courses for facilitating professional practice and development between different communities of practiceAndy Lane
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Current critical debates in open education - where are we at?Louise Drumm
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Wikidata in the ClassroomEwan McAndrew
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Wikipedia and Education and the Welsh languageJason Evans
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Do experiences of Teachers who are familiar with OERs in a small Island state matter…Pritee Auckloo
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Waterside 1ALT Open Education SIG MeetupTeresa MacKinnon
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12.00 - 12.05Short break
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12.05 - 13.05Parallel sessions
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Cinema 11917
How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Open but not open enough: extending OER metadata to facilitate refugee access to open educational resources and practicesJohn Traxler et al.Catherine Cronin
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Facilitators’ Perspectives as Mediators of the Local Learning Circles of the OpenMed Open CourseKatherine Wimpenny et al.
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How does Open Education foster learner diversity and support inclusivity?
Learning from the experience of refugees in open, online higher education: a developmental evaluationGabi Witthaus
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
How open can open education be in the European Union?Judith BlijdenDavid Kernohan
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
The OER Awards in Germany. Promoting #Open through awarding best practiceAnja Lorenz et al.
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
How open is higher education Down Under?Carina Bossu
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Open Education as a threshold concept in Teacher Education: a theoretical framework for further researchGemma Tur et al.Helen Crump
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Commons of Our OwnJames Luke
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How can open practice and research support learner success?
Simulations, Experiential Learning Designs and OERIrwin DeVries et al.
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
Cape Town +10: Ten directions to move Open Education forwardAlek Tarkowski et al.Lorna M. Campbell
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
APIs ... Opening for All: A beginners introduction to APIs using Google SheetsMartin HawkseyAndrew Smith
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Waterside 1Find out more about ALT and the ALT communityThomas PalmerTeresa MacKinnon
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13.05 - 14.00Lunch break and Posters in Waterside 3 (1916, 1949, 1951)
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14:00 - 15:00Parallel sessions
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Strategies for Supporting Your Community in the OpenMeredith Fierro et al.David Kernohan
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Learning to Walk the TalkSamantha Ahern
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How is OER learning from, and contributing to, other open activities, e.g. open science, open source, open data, open ac
Open Access Textbooks: Publishing in PracticeRupert Gatti
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Politics in action – (following up from #OER17) – what are your latest initiatives in support of learning and growth?
EdShare at the University of Southampton: A reflection and look forwardKelly TerrellViven Rolfe
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Wildcard – what do we need to include? What have we ignored?
Fighting the Fear of Copyright with the GCU Online UK Copyright AdvisorMarion Kelt
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