About

I am Professor of Educational Technology at the Open University. My interests are in Digital Scholarship, open education and impact of new technologies. I’ve written some books, including The Digital Scholar and upcoming Battle for Open.

I am Director of the OER Research Hub, and the ICDE Chair in OER.

I live in Cardiff, have a season ticket for Cardiff Devils ice hockey, am a “why don’t you give it up” runner, like John Carpenter movies but feel I should like Bergman and am very witty about 5 minutes after you’ve moved on to talk to someone else. I will drink tea, beer or wine with you and have a nice range of Clash t-shirts.

I am mweller on most sites, or EdTechie

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