EVO moderator training Week 1 wrapup: Exploring Bb Collaborate / Elluminate

Learning2gether Episode 185

Download mp3:
https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/2013oct27evo1-64k.mp3

SUNDAY Oct 27 – EVO moderator training Week 1 wrapup and prequel to Week 2

Recording:

https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2013-10-27.0708.M.7AE801FFB697DA460D4BF25AA8C21B.vcr&sid=75 

Where: BbC Elluminate thanks to http://learningtimes.com

What

This is the synchronous session linked to from here: http://evo-training.pbworks.com/w/page/5965199/Week1

Who: Elizabeth Anne and Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and EVO moderators for Week 1 training

Session summary here:

elluminate-chat1

Also online this week …

Mon Oct 21 through Oct 27 George Siemens and colleagues host Open Access Week

http://openaccess.athabascau.ca/

Athabasca University will present a series of free noon hour webcasts exploring major issues and opportunities of Open Access and Open Educational Resources.  Each session will feature an internationally known promoter and developer of open access and open educational resources research or ideas. Topics will include the state of the art in the distribution of e-textbooks; a look at the situation of open access books in the K12 area of Brazil, the open access situation in Canada; MOOCs and the open access movement; the OER university initiative and other issues relating to open access internationally.

Note: This event is free and registration is not required. There is more information at George’s blog:

http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2013/10/18/open-presentations-on-moocs-and-mooc-research-initiative/

All sessions are noon to 1 pm Canadian Mountain time (which I presume is CST)

http://openaccess.athabascau.ca/events.php

Monday, October 21

What are MOOCs doing to the Open Education?

George Siemens

Higher education is now entering its second year of MOOC hype. The stream of almost daily pronouncements of additional universities joining existing MOOC providers, new funding, new MOOC offerings, and new reports continues unabated. The term “open” in the most contested in the MOOC acronym. What does it mean to be open? Is it sufficient that learners can join a course without cost? Or without pre-requisites? This presentation will explore the impact of MOOCs, mostly negative, through the lens of openness.

Tuesday, October 22 Tel Amiel

Why think about culture in remix? 

Wednesday, October 23 Wayne Mackintosh

OERu: Blending more affordable education futures

Thursday, October 24 John Hilton III

 Cost Savings and User Perceptions of OER

Friday, October 25 Elaine Fabbro, Colin Elliott, and Rachel Conroy 

Libraries, OERs, and Open Access


Wed-Fri Oct 23-25 Facilitation Across Time and Space: How to Create Change Through Virtual Environments

an online event during International Facilitation Week to focus on facilitation in virtual environments.

Hashtag #ofu13

http://ofu13.eventbrite.com

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