Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Planning Education Scenarios

I feel planning good education scenarios is a very important aspect of teaching  and particularly so in the in the 21st century.

I am not a blogger of any note. However I read lots of blogs but contribute very little. I suppose you could classify my activity so far as a lurker.

I am a researcher in education with a particular interest in technology and what it can afford teaching and learning. I believe the Internet has offers the ordinary individual opportunities to learn and develop personally unlike any other time in human history.

Everyone with Internet access has the largest library ever built at there fingertips. Now with the advent of Open Educational Resources the potential to learn more is even greater. This coupled with massive open on-line courses has added an even more exciting flavour to the mix.

I curate Open Education Resources as part of my research and I would like to share them here for anyone who is interested. Its a Diigo site and the URL is: the Link .


  1. Hi Neil,

    Pleasure to meet you virtually and great to see that you're an OER curator :-).

    Remember to add the label "Sp4Ed" to your post (which you can add in edit mode) so the aggregator can pick up your blog feed.

    In the tip section of the instructions for Session 2 (see: http://goo.gl/KFQIzL) there are links on how to do this.

    Look forward to reading your blog posts during SP4Ed

  2. Thanks for sharing your Diigo bookmarks, Neil. I'm also interested in OER. Here's my OER pearltree in case you want to have a look at it: http://pear.ly/bPBj1