Applications, Algorithms and Data: Open Educational Resources and the…

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Open Educational Resources (OER) have traditionally been thought of as replacements for classroom materials such as textbooks, teaching aids, study guides, and background resources. In more recent years they have come to include multimedia resources such as animations, podcasts and videos, and they have led to the development of new educational modalities, such as massive open online courses (MOOCs). The next generation of OERs will take a step beyond traditional media and classroom support and begin to take advantage of the unique properties of virtual learning. Using examples such as virtual containers and actionable data books, education technology researcher Stephen Downes will sketch the future for the next generation of OERs as a distributed and interactive network of applications, algorithms and data. Stephen Downes - Applications, Algorithms and Data - November 30, 2017


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11/30/2017, 16:22

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11/30/2017, 11:22