Post is pinned.Post has attachment
Videos for the #knowhow project are now curated on this YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAwTp2E3EbggygNpVBt3Ll9y16_thVIDg subscribe for updates!

Post has attachment
I went back to Haiku Deck to try out their video making feature. They make good use of Creative Commons images so it didn't take long to put together these tips for creating a professional online presence.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
If you are a researcher, you need an ORCID ID. Here are some suggestions to help you make it work for your career http://orcid.org/blog/2017/08/10/six-ways-make-your-orcid-id-work-you #knowhow

Post has attachment
Here's a rather nice little activity to explore identity shared by the wonderful +Shelly Sanchez Terrell an ELT educator who is very active online. Simply download the ppt template and edit it for yourself. Compare and discuss how you or your students have chosen to represent themselves.

Post has attachment
One of the big challenges we have to face is to convince practitioners of the benefits of being an open educator. Here's a recent set of reasons for #oer shared through Open Education Europa

Post has attachment
The #knowhow case study is live on Open Education Europa

Post has attachment
Communicating using images: here is my collection of images on open educational practice, maybe you could find a visual that will appeal to your network or share one with us using the #wihea #knowhow tags on social media

Post has attachment
OpenMed have been working on a self access course on open educational practices which is currently available for open peer review to the open education community. You can view it here

Post has attachment
A free, open course to help teachers and support staff provide suitable resources for those with dyslexia http://www.open.edu/openlearncreate/course/view.php?id=2627
Wait while more posts are being loaded