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 cracked open and scrambled from a rotten egg at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2016/02/ticket-to-ride-poster-for-oer16/) on February 10, 2016.