Monthly Archives: October 2017

Finding or creating OERs

I was curious how much I would be able to find from existing OERs and how much I would need to create by myself. I was surprised how easy it was to find things.
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Working memory

The spatial and temporal functions of the working memory may be not only be interrelated. Stephen Downes now expressed the idea that they are indeed similar.
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‘Text’-book ?

What are the most urgent cases where OERs are most desirable? I think it is often graphics, not text.
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The trap of copyright

I liked Wiley’s description of the current copyright situation as a trap. Most authors seem to put up with the trap.
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OpenEdMOOC Test

Testing as recommended on this page: Course  > Week 1: Why Open Matters  > Getting Ready for the Course  > Course Activities Overview

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