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The aim of OLnet is to tackle gathering evidence and methods about how we can research and understand ways to learn in a more open world, particularly linked to Open Educational Resources (OER) but also looking at other influences. We want to gather evidence together but also spot the ideas that people see emerging from the opportunities.
De Liddo, Anna, Sándor, Ágnes, Buckingham Shum, Simon, Contested Collective Intelligence: rationale, technologies, and a human-machine annotation study
De Liddo, Anna, Buckingham Shum, Simon, McAndrew, Patrick, Farrow, Robert, The open education evidence hub: a collective intelligence tool for evidence based policy
Okada, Alexandra, COLEARN 2.0: Refletindo sobre o conceito de COAPRENDIZAGEM via REAs na Web 2.0
Buckingham Shum, Simon, Cannavacciuolo, Lorella, De Liddo, Anna, Iandoli, Luca, Quinto, Ivana, Using social network analysis to support collective decision-making process
De Liddo, Anna, Alevizou, Panagiota, A method and tool to support the analysis and enhance the understanding of peer-to-peer learning experiences