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There are many different 'flavours' or interpretations of what openness means in education. This free course, Open education, is an example of a massive open online course (MOOC) and spans seven weeks. Like all the free materials on OpenLearn, this course is open to the wider world but, uniquely, it also forms part of the module for students who are studying the Open University course H817, 'Openness and innovation in elearning'.

By: The Open University

  • Duration 60 hours
  • Updated Monday 23rd November 2015
  • Advanced level
  • Posted under Education
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This discussion always appears at top of list Course Blog11/04/13, 18:13
Paige Cuffe
27Picture of Alan ClarkeAlan Clarke
This discussion always appears at top of list Picking up and tidying away...28/03/13, 10:02
Theo Kuechel
7Picture of Paige CuffePaige Cuffe
This discussion always appears at top of list email from Martin 14 March23/03/13, 11:17
Alan Clarke
12Picture of Paige CuffePaige Cuffe
This discussion always appears at top of list Link to Week 2 Forum23/03/13, 08:27
Alan Clarke
1Picture of Alan ClarkeAlan Clarke
This discussion always appears at top of list Quick survey on course expectations20/03/13, 20:35
Inger-Marie Christensen
6Picture of Martin WellerMartin Weller
This discussion always appears at top of list How to ...? and navigation 17/03/13, 23:38
Alan Clarke
13Picture of Paige CuffePaige Cuffe
Course Still Running? 9/09/13, 14:14
Elizabeth Watkin
3Picture of Elizabeth WatkinElizabeth Watkin
Activity 4: Research priorities24/04/13, 10:49
Stephen Izzard
108Picture of Dave BarrDave Barr
Mini summary using Etherpad18/04/13, 20:24
Beatriz Sais
4Picture of John BaglowJohn Baglow
Activity 4: from a late starter16/04/13, 17:03
Alan Clarke
2Picture of Tharindu LiyanagunawardenaTharindu Liyanagunawardena
Late to course and don't know whether I have a blog tagged or not 9/04/13, 23:35
Alan Clarke
2Picture of Marie BarenskieMarie Barenskie
Activity 4 A view from the South 5/04/13, 07:11
Paige Cuffe
4Picture of Glenda CoxGlenda Cox
Activity 3 - Representing open education 3/04/13, 16:30
Cara Saul
5Picture of Stephen WheelerStephen Wheeler
Activity 4: Identifying priorities for research30/03/13, 11:57
Paige Cuffe
2Picture of David MuirDavid Muir
Activity 4: 3 priorities for organization and research29/03/13, 23:47
Paige Cuffe
2Picture of Jeremy StrattonJeremy Stratton
Activity 4 - Research Priorities29/03/13, 23:41
Paige Cuffe
2Picture of Michael RandelMichael Randel
Activity 4: Identifying priorities for research29/03/13, 11:55
Paige Cuffe
2Picture of Garry VernonGarry Vernon
Activity 3: Open Education29/03/13, 11:27
Garry Vernon
1Picture of Garry VernonGarry Vernon
Research priorities28/03/13, 16:19
Stephen Wheeler
4Picture of Niall TraceyNiall Tracey
Trying to identify any connections or networks on this course28/03/13, 11:32
Cara Saul
15Picture of Marion WaiteMarion Waite
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