Academic Sprint
  • Reflections on Practice Theory

    Today we delivered the final version of the rather long-titled ‘New Practices for New Publics? Theories of social practice and the voluntary and community sector’ to our clients at the University of Brighton. This one required a bit of extra ... read more

  • Changemaker Education

    In 2016 a group of nine educators from so-called ‘Changemaker Schools’ got together to share best practices from their classrooms. They used the time to figure out what was unique about the educational environments created at their schools, and to ... read more

  • Changemaker Education

    Hidden away in a snow-laden cabin in the hills of Salt Lake City Utah, there 12 highly inspiring and passionate educators from 10 schools around the US who are trying to capture their years of experience developing and providing “Changemaker ... read more

  • Report on BC OER Book Sprint

    taken from http://oerresearchhub.org/2014/07/02/clint-lalonde-bccampus-reflections-on-an-open-textbook-sprint/comment-page-1/ Clint Lalonde (BCcampus): Reflections on an Op: en Textbook Sprint POSTED ON JULY 2, 2014 BY BECK PITT We’re excited to work with all our collaborators and, as you may have picked up in previous posts. we’ve just started to ... read more

  • BC TextBook Book Sprint Underway

    Free and easy to update university textbooks, available in multiple formats? They exist. We’re working on one right now. Book Sprint facilitator Barbara Rühling and trainee Faith Bosworth are in British Columbia, Canada, working on the production of a Geography ... read more

  • Book Sprints for ICT Research #5: CAPS

    5 – 7 May 2014 Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation We have two Book Sprints this week, one of which is taking part in Nice, France, with seven members of the project CAPS2020 – Boosting the emergence ... read more