Next week marks the 8th GO-GN seminar, this time being held in the fair city of Galway. We usually host the GO-GN seminar to precede the OEGlobal conference, but this year they have shifted that conference to November, so we looked around for a spring based OER conference. Where, oh, where could we find one? Oh, look, it’s OER19! There is one in our back yard, hosted by the fabulous Association for Learning Technology (as President, I can confirm their fabulousness) and co-chaired by the also fabulous Laura Czerniewicz and GO-GN alumni Catherine Cronin. An ideal fit!
The GO-GN seminar will take place on Sunday and Monday, with the researchers who have been invited. This is an intensive two day workshop where they present their research and receive feedback and we run sessions on open practice and “how to survive your PhD”. We give them a day to get their breath back, and then it’s into the conference.
Presentations from GO-GNers are sprinkled like glitter throughout the programme. I think it’s fair to say that GO-GN is not under-represented at the conference. Look out for tweets and blog posts from the conference. Here are the presentations I have spotted, apologies if I’ve missed any:
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