ALT have announced that the #OER17: The Politics of Open call for proposals has now been published.
The 8th Open Educational Resources Conference, OER17: The Politics of Open, will be held from 5 to 6 April 2017 at Resource for London, UK.
The deadline for proposals is on midday GMT Wednesday, 16 November 2016.
A new 'professional learning passport' for teachers and lecturers has gone live in Wales. The passport will help school and college staff record, monitor and reflect on their professional learning and development.
The Learning Technologies Awards has published its shortlists for its upcoming 2016 awards programme with 200 individual organisations from across the world represented in eighteen awards categories. Outstanding projects and products from over 15 different countries are among those who made the 2016 shortlist.
Learning Machine and MIT Media Lab's Learning Initiative have released the first version of an open-source project that builds an ecosystem for creating, sharing, and verifying blockchain-based educational credentials.
The Board of NetDimension have confirmed that it has received an unsolicited approach which may, or may not, lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of the Company.
Following an initial investment in December, Unicorn Training has taken a majority stake in Amuzo, to bring the BAFTA-nominated games studio under the Unicorn corporate umbrella.
Athabasca University Press has published Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning, a book edited by George Veletsianos, that owes its existence to the insightful authors who contributed their chapters on the topic. Like other titles published by AU Press, the book is open access.
LTG, the AIM-listed e-learning business, have posted half year revenue of £12.8m, a 50 per cent increase from £8.4m a year earlier.
As noted in their preliminary results, Tribal Group has been in discussions in relation to their contract with TAFE Queensland, and today Tribal confirms that it has agreed with TAFE Queensland to end the contract with immediate effect.
Derry based Learning Pool has acquired Mind Click, the e-learning company which has offices in Nottingham and Brighton.
CogBooks, a UK-based education technology business, has raised £1.25m from existing investors Nesta Impact Investments, DC Thomson and the Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise. The investment will be used to accelerate expansion in the UK and US higher education markets.
The demographics of massive open online course (MOOC) analytics show that the great majority of learners are highly qualified professionals, and not, as originally envisaged, the global community of disadvantaged learners who have no access to good higher education.
Updated versions of Moodle are now available to download. The updates include bug fixes, performance improvements as well as a security update.
The City & Guilds Group has announced the creation of a new digital credentialing services business, following the acquisition of Makewaves. Digitalme – a not-for-profit organisation – will also become part of the City & Guilds Group. The new business will be known solely as Digitalme.
Technavio’s latest global content authoring tools market report highlights four key emerging trends predicted to impact market growth from 2016-2020.
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