3. Open More Than Materials– as in Open Pedagogy

Open pedagogy was the sum of open studios, open challenges, open technology, and open activity on the network.

Studios were built around Challenges, and the core activity for participants was the implementation of their own Challenges in courses they taught.

During a session on finding OER, cited the DS106 Assignment Bank as a place where instructors could find ideas on how to develop participatory activities with digital media. There are a number of ways in which the Agora drew on model of connected courses such as DS106, even for primarily F2F activities.

We posted on our blogs in the early stages, received feedback for our plans. International network of peers interacted via Twitter and blogs, etc…