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Photopedagogy and photovoice

Loopmans et al. (2012) observe that photographs incite public debate about place and community. When that public context is the university course and where there is a desire for learning engagement and community building, how can photography empower the learner? … Continue reading

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Photo elicitation as open learning space

Before dispensing with the short paper myself and Kathrine Jensen presented at #OER16 I wanted to return to an image we used. The slides we used in our presentation were embedded in the previous post. The title image is reproduced … Continue reading

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