Category Archives: OWLTEH

Remembering OWLTEH, Part 1: the Open Web Installations

Hard to believe it’s been more than a week since the Learning on/with the Open Web conference (OWLTEH) in Coventry. It was a great conference experience for me, and if I don’t stop and take a bit of time to capture … Continue reading

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Tripod

After my last post I started searching round for timelines and details about early web hosting companies like Geocities, Tripod, Angelfire, etc. and I found a pretty neat timeline from The History of the Web site. Of particular interest was … Continue reading

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Prof. Dr. Style

Lauren Heywood, Daniel Villar-Onrubio, and I are working on the exhibit for the Learning on the Open Web conference (OWLTEH) in exactly two weeks. One aspect of the exhibit will be framed examples of the 90s learning web. This will entail … Continue reading

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OWLTEH Teaching and Learning on the 90s Web Exhibit

So as part of the Open Web for Learning & Teaching Expertise Hub (OWLTEH) event will feature an exhibit of sites featuring teaching and learning on the web during the 1990s. There is a ton of latitude in the definition … Continue reading

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OWLTEH’s Learning on the Open Web Event

On the 25th of next month I’ll be attending Open Web for Learning and Teaching Expertise Hub (OWLTEH) conference dedicated to“Learning on/with the Open Web” in Coventry. And if you frequent those parts and are interested in exploring approaches to … Continue reading

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