There is a lot of talk in OER circles about discoverability. Much of it deals with metadata schemes and other technical details that may seem arcane to some. Here’s a real-world story of discoverability. Over the past couple weeks, I have
Shotcut: An open video editing tool
For a long while now, I’ve been looking for a free, preferably open source, video editing tool that was reasonably full-featured but also easy to get started with. With the recent demise of Windows Movie Maker, the need for this
Open Education Week
Open Education Week is a celebration of the global Open Education Movement. There is a big slate of resources and events happening this week. And check out our curated list of K-12 open education resources here.
I think attributing borrowed work is important, and I see a lot of remixes that don’t include attributions to the borrowed work. Instead they attribute only the remixer/compiler. Best practices for attribution require that “when you are using a work
Student voices: An invitation
This year, I’m convening a strand on Student Voices for the K12 Online Conference, and I’d like to invite you and especially the youth you work with to get involved. There are several ways you can participate: Ask your students