Open Educational Resources

During the Digital Futures for Learning course in 2017/18, participants created Open Educational Resources (OERs), taking the three course themes as a starting point. The links below will take you to a selection of these resources.


Contested futures for lighting in urban spaces: drawing on ideas about messiness and resistance to inform lighting education strategies against light pollution.

Mary-Anne Kyriakou

https://www.oercommons.org/authoring/25456-contested-futures-for-lighting-in-urban-spaces


Embracing the challenges of personalisation in mass higher education

D Lozza

https://eskript.ethz.ch/futurelearning/ 


Education and the Blockchain

Helen Murphy

https://educationandtheblockchain.weebly.com/  


The Biodigital Citizen

Joe Nicholls

https://joenicholls.kumu.io/the-biodigital-citizen  

 


The future of writing: An open educational resource to think about the ways in which we take notes

Charlotte Rixten

https://thefutureofwriting127566471.wordpress.com/


Embracing Complexity in Education

Marion Smallbones

Stand-alone ‘self-serve’ version of the course – no facilitator required

Facilitator guide and background information

Participant materials for facilitator-led course

List of resources


Serendipity in a Digital World: Open in the face of surveillance

Clare Thomson

https://creatingdigitalserendipity.wordpress.com/


Virtual Reality – A Future Toolkit for Teachers?

Rosie van den Berg

https://padlet.com/rosievandenberg/6pz7pusrtxbm


Radical Digital Literacy

Ruth Weeks

https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/1244679