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Contribution of AU's e-Lab initiative to Open Access and OER Development
All universities have labs where research and teaching are conducted, where the physical tools of research and teaching are stored, where people get together to talk about their work and their ideas, and where the results ...
Information Literacy: Case Studies and Practices
Athabasca University Library, Red Deer College Library, and the University of Alberta Libraries have developed and implemented collaborative curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction. Participants will learn ...
Canadian Library Association Presentation 2010, Further Resources
This is a bibliography of further resources for our CLA presentation, 2010
Resource list on Connectivism (Digital Reading Room)
List of resources on Connectivism, including websites and videos.
Connectivism: Connecting with Geroge Siemens Part 2 Interview
Connectivism: Connecting with Geroge Siemens Part 1 (Elluminate Recording, Java Archive, .MP4 and .MP3)
Discussion of the basic concepts of Connectivism, the context in which the theory emerged and the implications and applications of the theory in teaching.
Connectivism: Connecting with Geroge Siemens Part 1 (Transcript)
Transcript of Presentation
Open Educational Resources and Copyright
Dr Rory McGreal is the Assoc. Vice President of Research at Athabasca University. He is an expert on copyright law and its application to education and learning resources. He is also the editor of a bestselling book on ...
Managing and Learning in MOOCs (massive open online courses)
George Siemens, with Athabasca's Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute, is best known for his development of the pedagogical model of networked learning known as Connectivism. He and Steven Downes have pioneered ...
Interview with Dr. Mohamed Ally