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Dominik Lukeš

I don’t want to be an education entrepreneur and neither should you: Exploring the limits of metaphors in #EdStartUp

Warning: This post ended up being a lot more “negative” and critical than it started out as. I am still quite enjoying the EdStartUp course. Entrepreneurship and #EdStartup 101 A new MOOC is going on at the moment aimed at educating educators in starting companies (mostly online ones) to implement …

Introducing myself to #EdStartUp – How can we find sustainable business/funding models for open education? [update]

This is my introduction to the other participants on the #EdStartUp MOOC. My main interest in taking the course is to explore ways of squaring up the demands of a sustainable business or other funding model with openness. My key question is how can we run open courses with open …

How to MOOCify your course and why you should do it: Reasons, skills and tools #moocmooc [update]

This post is part of the MOOC MOOC course of work. It outlines my journey (now lasting over a year) towards adopting elements of a MOOC in the Inclusive Technologies for Reading (#ITR12) course pilot starting this September. This not a description of the process, more a reflection towards the …

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