Sometimes its the things that aren’t there that make you see what’s missing and think more deeply.

Along with Scott Leslie from BCcampus I presented at the recent Open Education Conference in Barcelona. Drawing on what I saw at the conference, and what I didn’t see, I’ve posted a critique of where I think the Open Educational Resources effort is currently at and suggestions for its future.

See my post “What I didn’t see at the Open Education Conference – using negative space to outline the future of OER” at http://edtechfrontier.com.

Paul Stacey

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