There are two activities outlined in the Week 3 TEL Explorer section and this badge can be earned for each. Use the form below to attach each of your submissions or enter your response using the text field (evidence entered in the text field can include links to blog posts, forum responses or other evidence including links messages posted on sites like Twitter or Google+. Our only stipulation is that these links are public so that we may confirm the content.)
Please note that submissions will be made public for other participants to view.
At the start of ocTEL we said it was the open course you cannot fail… and hopefully as part of the course you have found or connected with some interesting ideas or people. We would like to thank you all for your contributions with this special badge. To receive this badge enter the activity code included in the final course email or contained at the end of the ocTEL Experiences & Outcomes Questionnaire.
To earn this badge you will need to have submitted an abstract that is accepted for the conference programme and delivered the session at the OER15 Conference.
There is an expectation that resources from your session will be shared under CC licence.
To claim this badge whilst signed in enter your poster ID (3 digit number in '[ ]' brackets) in the text box and click the 'Submit' button below.
To earn this badge you will need to have submitted a proposal that is accepted for the conference programme and delivered the session at the ALT Annual Conference 2015.
To claim this badge enter you paper/session id in the box and click submit.
The holder of this badge has contributed to the learning technologies community by writing a post which has been published on the #altc blog https://altc.alt.ac.uk/blog/.
To apply for this badge enter the link to your #altc blog post in the submission box below (this will be included as part of the badge evidence).
Awarded to staff and students who have contributed to Extended Classroom events or the Extended Classroom Online Guide. They might have done a presentation at an event, created a video, written an account of their use of the Extended Classroom, or contributed significantly to its development. The Extended Classroom is Warwick University's platform of tools and techniques for enhancing learning, teaching and the student experience using technology. It presents a coherent and understandable view on our platform of tools, the services that support their use and our repertoire of good practice.
An OER Ambassador is someone who actively promotes foreign language OER by sharing and modeling various open educational practices (OEP): e.g. giving a conference presentation, networking in an open educational forum, writing an article or blog about OER, facilitating an OER/OEP workshop, mentoring a student or teacher about Open Education, etc.
- At least 2500 characters/500 words description (in English): Describe how you promote OER and OEP to the foreign language community.
- Include links, announcements, videos, or other evidence of presentations you have given or content you have written to promote OER and OEP.