When the #OER16 plea to DS106 goes out…
— OER Conference 2016 (@OERConf) February 10, 2016
Of course a response needs to be made
— Alan Levine (@cogdog) February 10, 2016
So we have an Assignment in the DS106 Assignment Bank. But I wanted to do one.
“One Way” did not do it for me, but in my mind I heard the Beatles. Yes. Fans screaming for Open Education.
I found a nice photo in the Telegraph article on how the Fab Four had fans in Russia
It’s not licensed anything. Oh well. It’s art. I’m going down.
but in my mind I saw re-writing the woman’s sign labeled “Paul” and replacing the Fab 4 with the Keynote 5.
Some PhotoShop masking and clone brushing, and having handy a Sergeant Pepper font, I present
And this might be my first response to something in the Assignment Bank for like 2 years.
I think its the best word It's the right way, yeah I'm going to Edinburgh And presenting away I've got got a ticket to Open I've got got a ticket to Open I've got got a ticket to Open And I will share...
Have fun at #OER16 (sniff sniff, sad sad)
Top / Featured Image Credits: Screen capture from YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9reE4UZZrA which I can guess is a Beatles cover band (?) — cause you are not likely to find much Beatles searching for images licensed for reuse.
The post "A Ticket to Ride Poster for OER16" was originally pulled like taffy through a needle's eye at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2016/02/ticket-to-ride-poster-for-oer16/) on February 10, 2016.