What open learning materials are being downloaded in China?

Posted by ajb108 at Nov 14, 2013 01:50 PM |
A new blog post for the Institute of Learning Innovation from Terese Bird, Learning Technologist and SCORE Research Fellow.

Terese Bird, Learning Technologist, SCORE Research Fellow at the University of Leicester and member of ChiSRA, has recently published a post on the Institute of Learning Innovation's blog on the subject of open access learning materials available in China. She focuses particularly on iTunes U content, as unlike YouTube, Twitter and other social networking sites, iTunes U is not blocked in China.

You can read Terese's blogpost here.

Terese has also provided a Slideshare of her presentation (''China is harvesting your iTunes U') to the ALT-C Conference (Association for Learning Technology) earlier this year, which can be accessed here.

Incidentally, the University of Leicester launched its own iTunes U channel earlier this year.

 

 

 

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