All posts by OpenLearning Global

A Reflection: The Art of ‘Noticing’ and Online Collaborative Work

Lessons can be made more inclusive by noticing student behaviour and by using familiar forms of technology within students’ reach.

The Ultimate Guide For Promoting Your (Awesome) Course

Here are our 5 top tips for harnessing the power of your existing network of people to help you spread the word about your new and exciting Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).

How to Create an Engaging Video Students Will Watch

Here is a quick guide on how to create an engaging video for your course landing page.

Five Easy Tips For Writing An Effective Course Landing Page

Your course landing page plays a big part in setting the tone for your course. It will be the difference between a student having to join your course instead of wanting to join the course.

Open All Hours

I have spent the last six years thinking about and creating open educational resources. I have had two very important guides over this time: Stephen Downes and Leigh Blackall. Guides are very important if we are to venture […]

Taking Learning to the Next Level Through Project-Based Learning

Deciding on which teaching method works best for your students can be an overwhelming challenge.

Journeys in Educational Innovation and Summative Peer Review, Iteration 2: Getting Back on the Podium

Earlier in the year, I shared my bruising experiences of introducing ‘flipped assessment’ into my 2nd year Economics class. The experience caused a lot of soul searching and reflection on the unique nature of educational innovation.