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CETIS OER Gathering - Glasgow

I recently attended a CETIS one-day event to support the development of collections of open education resources. The day was to look at technical issues around collecting and using third-party OER content in a repository (drawing on the work of the ICoper project) and to look at issues around creating and providing dynamic collections of OERs (event link).

Cohere Workshop

The first Cohere Workshop was held on Wednesday 9 June 2010, in KMi (Knowldge Media Institute) at the Open University (Milton Keynes, UK).

The Cohere workshop had the main objective to make OLnet team members more familiar with Cohere. It ran for 3 and ½ hours and it was organized in three stages:

OER Collective Intelligence widgets: feedback invited

Summary: Part of the OLnet Project's mission is to investigate the socio-technical infrastructure that will assist the movement in pooling its "collective intelligence". We invite feedback from all members of the OER community on the design storyboard introduced below...

OER Collective Intelligence: User Scenarios

A key part of the OLnet project's mission is to test socio-technical infrastructures that will assist in the development of a Collective Intelligence resource for the OER movement ("OER/CI").

One social/semantic tool that we are developing is Cohere (read article). In the context of OER/CI, here are some draft user scenarios that we are testing...

OER-CI-UserScenarios-2010.02.10.pdf

Cohere Development and Demo

The OLnet Project is organized in several interconnected research sub-projects that synergically tackle the different research challenges that OLnet is addressing.

Within those, the Collective Intelligence project aims at developing a socio-technical infrastructure to support researchers and practitioners in Open Education to contribute to and learn from the Collective Intelligence that Web 2.0 technologies are constantly generating around OERs issues, resources, communities and projects.

Cohere Development and Demo

The OLnet Project is organized in several interconnected research sub-projects that synergically tackle the different research challenges that OLnet is addressing.

Cohere Goes Open Source

Cohere source code is now available to download and use under LGPL license.

Olnet - feedback in a physical space

Interesting interoperability of physical and digital networked spaces for capturing understanding about what Olnet is and what it can offer. 

This was produced Thursday, 01/10/09, at Design Observatory, Venables Building, OU.

A gathering to discuss the connections amongst the various OER and web 2.0 projects currently ongoing at the Open University.  Representatives from projects such as OLnet, Atelier-D, OpenLearn, SCORM, LDI, iSpot, the TERG research group and the OU Library.

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