#movemeon book now available!

I’m delighted to announce that the #movemeon (e-)book is now available! I’d like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of the contributors, but especially Stuart Ridout for his amazing help and design skills. đŸ˜€

The PDF is available for free download: http://bit.ly/movemeonpdf

The book is available at cost price: http://bit.ly/movemeonbook

Badges to promote the book are at: http://bit.ly/movemeonbadges (no need for CC attribution, etc.)


About Doug Belshaw

Open Educational Thinkerer. Consultant focusing on #digilit & #openbadges. Previously: @mozilla / @jisc / school senior leader / #historyteacher.

12 comments:

  1. This is excellent. A wonderful contribution and the graphic style is certainly inviting as well. We’ll plan to share this on our site (http://alti.asu.edu) as well. While our content somewhat geared toward higher ed I think the “pearls of wisdom” you’ve compiled here are relative to educators across the board.

    Kudos, and again thanks for making this available.

  2. Looks absolutely brilliant from a quick glance, I can’t wait to read it all. Many, many thanks for making this freely available.

  3. Hi Doug – thanks for collating all this – I lost my .pdf and now the site says I don't have access to download it. Is there anyway to re-post it?

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