#FSLT12 Guest Speakers

FSLT12 logoThe First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education MOOC is off to a great start! Of course, it’s  never too late to join a MOOC (massive open online course). You’re welcome to pick what interests you, and also to decide how to engage with others.
The weekly Guest Speakers should not be missed though! Even if you’re unable to participate live, you will want to visit the recordings. Here’s the line-up. Check this page for details about accessing the session and links to your time zone.
Rhona Sharpe, “Welcome to the course – and – An introduction to open academic practice.” Wednesday 23 May
Frances Bell, “The role of openness by academics in the transformation of their teaching and learning practices.” Wednesday 30 May BST
Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner, “Theory, pedagogy, and identity in higher-education teaching.” Wednesday 06 June, 2012
Dave White, ”The impact on teachers of open educational resources and open academic practice in the digital university.” Wednesday 13 June