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by Stephen Downes
Aug 21, 2015

Open Education and & Personal Learning
Stephen Downes, Aug 20, 2015, Lunch and Learn Workshop, Tempe, Arizona

This presentation uses the same slides as the presentation delivered in Banff in April, and the text of which may be found here. The context is updated a bit based on the last four months experience building the system being described. outline major aspects of the learning and performance support systems (LPSS) program as it relates to open education environments. In particular I focus on understanding OERs as words, aggregating and analyzing OERs, data representation, and learner production and sharing of OERs. I conclude with a number of brief case studies of how work in LPSS supports this perspective.


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