Building an Open Narrative With Open Learning | International Literacy Association

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Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to travel to the Netherlands with other PhD candidates from around the world who are interested in open learning and open research through the Global OER Graduate Network. At the end of our seminar, our leader, Bea de los Arcos, asked us, What does open research mean? How can we, as open researchers and educators, describe how to support open learning?


In that moment, our group struggled to come up with clear examples of how to describe what open research and learning looks like, sounds like, or feels like. However, in the last few months, I have had the opportunity to interact and learn with others, hear others’ perspectives, and fully reflect on the possibilities of open research and learning. Now, I think I have a better answer; open learning means being part of the open narrative and open research means describing the narrative.

This article is part of a series from the International Literacy Association Technology in Literacy Education Special Interest Group (TILE-SIG).



09/01/2018, 03:20

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Verena Roberts

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09/01/2018, 07:20

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08/31/2018, 03:20