Open Dialogues: Using wiki pages to advance student-created knowledge
Students in the Faculty of Forestry are no strangers to producing engaging content surrounding natural resources management — the medium is changing though.
Open Dialogues: How to engage and support students in open pedagogies
For David Gaertner, it is important that his students have the opportunity to create work with a broader impact that can live beyond the classroom walls.
Open Dialogues: How to use open tools and resources for problem sets
Agnes d’Entremont and Jonathan Verrett use WeBWorK, an open source, online homework delivery system that allows instructors to create problems that are individualized for each student.
Open Dialogues: How to make open content accessible
The open education movement has helped people access content that they would otherwise not be able to view or interact with.
Open Dialogues: How to do open courses
Gregor Kiczales, professor of computer science and Senior Advisor for Digital Learning Strategy, has been doing open since before it was called open.
Open Dialogues: How to use social pedagogies and the web as an educator
Professor Christina Hendricks has incorporated the use of social pedagogies in her classes to introduce different perspectives and interpretations to her students.
Open Dialogues: How to engage with a new generation of learners
Jon Festinger explains how he has been using open education tools to engage students in a course about video game law.
Follow the money
Today edX launched its Micromasters program. The launch includes 19 courses from 14 schools including MIT, Michigan and Columbia.
Open Dialogues: How to make education more accessible
Claudia Krebs, a professor of teaching in the Faculty of Medicine, talks about how academics must view open education as a social responsibility.
Open Dialogues: How to engage the general public
Maja Krzic talks about how open education can help raise the profile of soil science for students and the general public.