“An unconference is a participant-oriented meeting where the attendees decide on the agenda, discussion topics, workshops, and, often, even the time and venues.”  (Budd et al. 2015: 2)   What An unconference is a participant-led meeting where participants decide on the agenda, topics, workshops and often even the time and place, and it takes […]

      Going into the Sprint 3 course, by course design I was asked to research, design, run and record an ‘open’ workshop to teach an aspect of my practice to a group of peers. At this stage, a model concept of Inhabiting Pratice emerged, attempting to draw this concept from inhabiting educational practice […]

The concept of OER is referred to extensively in this phase of the course. In an ideal world, all education should be open education. Open education extends the breadth of knowledge dissemination and enables more people (more age groups, language speakers, ethnicities) to be introduced to knowledge concepts with relatively equal access. This also applies […]

    At the beginning of Openlearning, I was surprised to learn that the students in the Basho came from different educational backgrounds. It reminded me of the time when I was studying interactive design and digital-media art as an undergraduate when the college reformed its classroom system to include students from different selection methods […]

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