To share or not to share

So after participating in ONL161 I am now learning more about OER - open educational resources by participating in a course named "Learning to (re)use open educational resources". It is all free and I made friends with four other participants tonight in the discussion forum. The course is a part of... "The ExplOERer Project, co-funded by the European... Continue Reading →

All good things (must) come to an end

First of all I would like to praise Cambridge Dictionaries Online and Google translate for an inexhaustible source of knowledge. Second, I would like to embrace all my group members for being such good friends throughout the whole course period and for making me feel comfortable and safe trying to speak and write in English. In ten fantastic... Continue Reading →

Not so digital

OK, so encouraged by my facilitator Mr Creelman and wonderful group member Nour I would like to share a story and an idea for badges with you. It is not digital, it is simple, it is cheap (in a good way) and most of all it works. A friend of mine is a nurse and works... Continue Reading →

Level up

Twice a year I am teaching nursing student about how to administrate and handle central venous catheters. One of the learning outcomes is that the students are expected to reflect over risks and how to avoid them. As a motivation factor I will try to add some gamification elements for next term. I have designed different... Continue Reading →


The big question - Have the students reached the learning outcomes? When reading about the model "The 7Cs of Learning Design" I fell for the design of the "Consider" activity. At first I was stucked in the thought of reflection but pretty soon I saw something else - feedback! It is well known that feedback... Continue Reading →

Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno

Like the three musketeers - one for all, all for one - we teachers can choose to stand together united and strong. I´m thinking of openness and sharing. What if we could share and how do we do it? We have discussed this in my PBL group at the ONL161 course. Our prominent facilitator Alastair Creelman... Continue Reading →


Right at the beginning, when I investigated more about open educational practices I came to think of an amoeba. A small and primitive microscopic organism who is single-celled. However the simplicity in this little unicellular organism which may alter its shape as required amaze me due to its flexible and adaptable nature. Weller and Anderson (2013) is writing... Continue Reading →

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