This is a cross-post from OpenScot.net on 28 February 2020. Less than a month on and OER20 has been impacted by the global situation and has had to move online. A number of the face-to-face sessions will no longer be run but a number will be and there is now free registration available for the reduced online programme.
ALT has worked as a fully distributed organization for almost two years now and I thought it would be useful to share the technology and services we use to support our distributed team, aka ‘The ALT Stack’.
After many years of procrastination and several long haul flights was successful in completing my CMALT Accreditation. For those that don’t know the ‘CMALT Accreditation Framework provides pathways to peer-assessed […]
Back in February I was announced as one of the featured artists at Domains19. Jim has captured the moment in the announcement post: The idea for having Martin speak at […]
David Hopkins has come up with an interesting initiative for a ‘pay it forward‘ blogging/writing challenge: The premise is simple … once nominated you will be presented with a title […]
In short how to personalize animated gifs by generating them in the browser
I was recently delighted to be asked by David Hopkins to contribute a vinnette for his latest book ‘Emergency Rations #EdTechRations’. The book: book is a collection of 40 world […]
This is a repost of a guest post I wrote for the Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) event. Original post is here and thanks to Brian Kelly for edits. The […]
Updated with ‘the Web’s Hidden Economies’ At OER16 we explored letting some of our presenters present virtually. This raises interesting questions about cost. Whilst virtual participants won’t eat your food […]
At OEB 2015 there was a great plenary presentation from Lia Commissar from the Wellcome Trust on Educational Neuroscience. Today I came across a number of related news and resources in this area that others might find useful