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Challenges for conceptualising EU MOOC for vulnerable learner groups
Inge de Waard, Michael Sean Gallagher, Ronda Zelezny-Green, Laura Czerniewicz, Stephen Downes, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, Julie Willems, Proceedings of the European MOOC Stakeholder Summit 2014, 2019/06/21

This exploratory paper picks up elements from the European Commission’s educational vision and philosophy behind Opening up Education, the resulting initiative of the OpenupEd.eu MOOC platform, and takes this as a starting point to look at potential challenges for developing MOOCs that include vulnerable learner groups.


Learning Decisions Podcasts - Episode 1 Online Now
Elliott Masie, Learning Trends, 2019/06/21


Elliott Masie has launched a new podcast. He writes, "Based on feedback from learning colleagues around the world, we have introduced a new open source podcast series for learning and business professionals. The first Episode has two topics: On-The-Job Learning and Why Podcasts.” Episode download is here.

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Tracking Jupyter Newsletter, the Nineteenth...
Tony Hirst, Tracking Jupyter, 2019/06/21


I can't really do better than to simply link to Tony Hirst's latest newsletter on Jupyter Notebook. I can't summarize it except to say that there is a lot of current information - MyBinder as a federated service, and epiphany.pub (billed as "Jupyter mixed with Medium"), and much much more. You can subscribe to the email newsletter or follow it on Twitter.

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