Collecting data from the Women’s Football World Cup 2019

I am delighted there are so many ways to collect data from this year's Women's World Cup football tournament (FIFA link). I...

Microcontent: a Common Microcredential Framework

The European MOOC Consortium has launched a Common Microcredential Framework to create portable credentials for lifelong learners (link).

Connecting

A couple of days ago, Maha Bali wrote about connecting virtually (link). I was very interested in the ways she explored...

The launch of Paralympic Stories

Paralympics Australia has launched, this week, an online history of the Paralympic movement in Australia, Paralympic Stories (link).

The National Library of Australia’s flickr sport albums

The National Library of Australia has a flickr account. There are two sport related albums that share images under creative commons licenses or with no known copyright restrictions: Keen on cricket...

History of the Australian Paralympic Movement: End of Year Report 2017

The project to record the history of the Paralympic movement in Australia has been underway since 2011. Tony Naar has shared details of activities in the project in 2017. The...

Spring cleaning #OERuSIA ready for #Abbotsthon17

I have been getting ready for #Abbotsthon17 in October in Dublin at the HPX 2017 Knowledge Exchange Conference. As part of the day's workshop, I have planned an autoresponse pre-workshop...

Australian Sport Thesaurus online as an open data resource

The Australian Sports Commission has made available the Australian Sport Thesaurus in xml format as an open data initiative to assist the sporting community.   Link (The Thesaurus is hosted by data.gov.au,...

Creating our own spaces

It has been a fascinating week for reading and reflecting on shared links. It started with Kurt Lindley's exploration of social capital. In his post he discusses the sharing of...

A Flush of Openness around and at #AUSPIN16

Introduction I was delighted to attend the AUSPIN Conference in Canberra on Tuesday. I had the opportunity to share some ideas about open educational resources. It was a brief presentation just...