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Voices from Oxford: Prof Paul Kim

I first heard of Dr Kim on a World Vision conference call discussing emergency education response options after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.  Since then I’ve come to know him as a passionate and innovative agent and advocate for at-risk learners the world over. This Voices from Oxford webcast makes clear the fact that his [...]

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a grassroots OER-hybrid model?

I posted this on one of the Stanford MOOC forums yesterday. Although I’m a strong proponent of Open Educational Resources (OER), there’s an  important economic argument to be made for licensing which permits the sale of derivative works by anyone who adds value. But managing that on a global scale in an equitable and cost [...]

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Designing a New Learning Environment

Welcome to the new shellbook blog. I’ll be posting the ‘About’ and other pages next week with more details on the purpose, etc, but I had to get the site launched today. The Stanford Online course described below begins on Monday. But here’s the skinny on what you need to know about this site for [...]

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