1 Day 7 (15th)
- Bjoern has now written up a summary of the discussion so far, see What is access?, Access issues and classification
- The access classification got picked up in some blog posts: 1, 2. More blog references on Blogs.
- We're also continuing with the "Super OER"! See SuperOER.
2 Day 6
3 Day 5
The theme for today: The "Super OER" , see SuperOER
Today I would like to invite you to describe the "qualities" of a "super-accessible" OER. What does the "ultimate" OER look like in terms of accessibility? You don't have to be realistic, let's just ask "What if?", and come up with some ambitious ideas!
Thinking about the super-accessible OER in this way is of course just a variation on the present discussion, but I hope it will give us some additional perspectives, make sure that our list of issues is complete, as well as lead onto the solutions discussion next week!
4 Day 4 (12th)
- Discussion about classification of access issues.
- Further stories: Inspirational stories of access to knowledge and learning
- Further discussion about low bandwidth access: Issues
5 Day 3 (11th Feb 2009)
- Kim has invited people to share their Inspirational stories of access to knowledge and learning
- We're thinking about [[../Classification|a classification of access issues]].
- Day 2: We have circulated the list of classification of access issues.
6 Day 2
- Day 2: We have circulated the list of Access Issues, and asked for more input on issues specifically to do with access.
- Kim Tucker has contributed this page "Inspirational stories of access to knowledge and learning".
- Bjoern is now updating the list of Access Issues, and is also working on a classification of access issues.
7 Day 1 (9th)
- Day 1 of the discussion is still under way.