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Invitation: Open Education Lea...

Open Education Leadership Conference 2013 Wednesday, June 05, 2013 at 08:00 AM Hotel Monaco in Denver, CO June 5-6, 2013 Hotel Monaco, Denver, Colorado Meeting Sponsors: Kaleidoscope Open Course Initiative and Lumen Learning The Open Education...

Institutional Benefits from Ka...

Kaleidoscope partner Dr. Charles Snare, Vice President of Academic Affairs at Chadron State College in Nebraska, describes the benefits from Chadron’s participation in Kaleidoscope. The Kaleidoscope Open Project is an endeavor to design,...

The Kaleidoscope Faculty Exper...

Kaleidoscope faculty team member, Ronda Neugebauer, recently wrote a blog post sharing her experience with the project. At the start of the [Kaleidoscope] project, all I could really grasp was replacing the expensive textbook I was using with...

Kaleidoscope Assessment Worksh...

Please join us for the Kaleidoscope Assessment Workshops in February 2013. The Kaleidoscope open course designs bring open educational resources (OER) together to create a complete, open course design for general education courses.  These open...

Workshop: Open Technologies

Beyond content, there are many tools, platforms, simulations and collaboration tools that support learning and sharing. Kim Thanos will facilitate a discussion about the range of new tools and the approaches to incorporate them in effective...

Workshop: Open Pedagogy

The open education movement has seeded new pedagogical approaches that benefit from open sharing among students, faculty members and broader communities of interest. During our meeting in Vancouver on October 19, David Wiley will facilitate an...

Kaleidoscope at OpenEd 2012

Many members of the Kaleidoscope team will be at OpenEd in Vancouver BC during the week of October 15. I am posting presentation and meeting information here. For those on the project team, I look forward to seeing you. For those hoping to...
recent from Guidelines Open Content Guidelines
The Kaleidoscope Project commits to use only open educational resources (OER) in its course designs. OER will not only reduce the cost of textbooks, but will also create course designs that we can share, evaluate and continually improve. Our use of openly licensed content provides us with greater control and...
recent from Guidelines Open Content Guidelines
The Kaleidoscope Project commits to use only open educational resources (OER) in its course designs. OER will not only reduce the cost of textbooks, but will also create course designs that we can share, evaluate and continually improve. Our use of openly licensed content provides us with greater control and...
recent from Guidelines Open Content Guidelines
The Kaleidoscope Project commits to use only open educational resources (OER) in its course designs. OER will not only reduce the cost of textbooks, but will also create course designs that we can share, evaluate and continually improve. Our use of openly licensed content provides us with greater control and...
recent from Guidelines Open Content Guidelines
The Kaleidoscope Project commits to use only open educational resources (OER) in its course designs. OER will not only reduce the cost of textbooks, but will also create course designs that we can share, evaluate and continually improve. Our use of openly licensed content provides us with greater control and...
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