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If you don’t work socially, you won’t work at all?

This week I have been on a bit of a tour. We had some long-standing invitations to do some workshops in the south – Universities of Plymouth and Surrey. These are time-expensive so we have to engage as much geography … Continue reading

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Accessible courses need an accessibilty-friendly schema standard

OER is a social problem, not a technical one. Oops. That’s what I said at the recent CETIS conference when I made a bit of a plea for accessibility-friendly approaches to the adoption of the Learning Registry. Ok, so its an oversimplification … Continue reading

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