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The Blind Assassin Sketchnotes

17 Jun 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Books

My post reading sketchnote from ‘The Blind Assassin’ by Margaret Atwood. It took a while for me to get into it, but then it was really enjoyable. Some evocative passages and convincing backdrop to a well told story. The multiple narratives and switches never felt contrived.

Drive Sketchnotes

20 May 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Books

Really enjoyed this book, and my notes don’t do it justice. I’ve captured the main points but left out all the comprehensive references to studies. I need to revist the third part of the book, which was a practical toolkit.

Being open

22 Apr 2015 in Tagged:

Whilst posting my sketchnotes from the OER15 conf a good question was asked about how to share and attribute the pics I was posting on twitter. I realised that I didn’t have any licencing info on the notes so rectified that by putting a ‘CC-BY’ on the sketchnotes, and creating a definitive place for them to live.

Cable Green - OER15 Keynote

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

Cable talked about how to move from policy to implementation for Open Education.

Panel Session - OER15

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

A panel discussion around policy for OER around the world.

Teresa Mackinnon - OER15

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

Issues in creating and using video resources for language teaching.

Paul Bacsich - OER15

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

Policy development to support OER in Wales

Nicole Allen - OER15

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

Open Government Partnership as a platform for advancing Open Education policy

Josie Fraser - OER15 Keynote

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

Josie Fraser’s keynote was about the reality of making Open Education happen.

Sheila MacNeill - OER15 Keynote

16 Apr 2015 in Sketchnotes Tagged: Oer15 Live

Sheila’s keynote was about ‘Openwashing’ and Open Practitioners.