New case study! Openness, blogging and the power of connection

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“I’m interested in how we can do things more in the open just so that they can benefit others”

The latest case study to be released on the OEPS Hub focuses on openness, blogging and building communities through social media. Martin Hawksey, Innovation, Community and Technology Officer for the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), kindly took time out to discuss how and why he got started blogging and offers valuable advice to those considering being more open and sharing their ideas online. Martin also reflects on some of the challenges of becoming more open in your everyday practice and reflects on the nuances of openness.

Read Martin Hawksey: openness, blogging and the power of connection.

Picture credit: Martin Hawksey by Ade Oshineye (used with permission) 

About Beck Pitt

Researcher on the Open Education Research Hub and Opening Educational Practices in Scotland and CEPOL projects. Based at The Open University (UK).

Posted on June 22, 2016, in article, Case study, Progress and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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