We host a monthly webinar on the first Wednesday of every month, where PhD candidates and established researchers present and discuss their work. All webinars are recorded and released under a CC BY license.
If you would like to be our next speaker, please get in touch at GO-GN [at] open.ac.uk
Here are recordings of our webinars so far:
1st November – TJ Bliss takes you on An Unexpected Journey: How A Dissertation Changed a Life.
4th October – Laura Czerniewicz and Sukaina Walji discuss MOOCs, community orientation and reclaiming the social justice agenda – insights from a South African university’s MOOC initiative.
6th September – Penny Bentley shares her PhD research on Teachers’ Experience of Professional Learning through Open Education.
5th July – Dr Sanjaya Mishra (COL) presents his research on the barriers to OER in Indian HE, as perceived by teachers.
7th June – Cristina Stefanelli, Rania Qazim and Daniel Villar-Onrubia talk about the OpenMed Project.
1st June – Sarah Lambert, Martin Weller, Carina Bossu and other GO-GN members informally chat about publishing open education research.
4th April – Katy Jordan on academic social networking (or why you shouldn’t delete your Academia.edu account).
1st March – Jan Neumann showcases the OER World Map as a tool for scientists.
1st February – Adrian Stagg shares The Ecology of the Open Practitioner: A Conceptual Framework for OEP Research.
7th December – Robin L Donaldson and E Shen on the 2016 Student Textbook and Course Material Survey.
2nd November – Suzan Koseoglu and Maha Bali discuss ‘The Self as an Open Educational Resource’.
7th September – Shironica P. Karunanayaka shares research on the impact of integrating OER in teacher education at the Open University of Sri Lanka.
6th July – Rajiv Jhangiani reviews research on the efficacy and impact of open textbooks.
1st June – Rob Farrow facilitates discussion around ‘The Open Research Agenda”.
4th May – GO-GN researchers review their participation in the 5th GO-GN Seminar and OEGlobal in Kraków.
6th April – Martin Weller talks about ‘Identifying categories of OER users’.
10th December – Anne Algers presents research based on her PhD work: ‘OER as boundary objects‘.
30th September – OER Research Hub, Impact and Findings. In collaboration with ALT: https://www.alt.ac.uk/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=177