Month: February 2020Page 1 of 3

Patchwork reflecting OER Health

Brightening our futures

In this square I have portrayed aspects of our OER journey at the University of Cape Town’s Faculty of Health Sciences. The bright colours reflect our motivation and…

Women’s Work #FemEdTechQuilt

My textile contribution to the FemEdTech Quilt project was a while in the imagining and came together in reality over the last 5 weeks. I think I knew…

Global Penguin Believes in You

  I started with trepidation. I was so afraid to get it wrong. I’d never done a cross stitch before. Or a PhD. They both require very different…

Red velvet fabric square with beds and buttons sewn on

Puzzling over #FemEdTech

My strengths do not lie in sewing – but when I saw the call for #FemEdTech quilt I was intrigued by the initiative and thought I should challenge…

FemEdTech Quilt Featured on Gettin’ Air Podcast

Listen to Frances Bell and Anne-Marie Scott talk with Terry Greene about the quilt project, ALT, OER20 and more on this special episode of the Gettin’ Air podcast….

Call for short voxpop videos on #FemEdTechQuilt process

This call is aimed at people who have contributed squares or fabric to the FemEdTech Quilt of Care and Justice. The Digital Media Unit at the Centre for…

If the heart of the flax was removed, where would the bellbird sing?

My contribution to the quilt for care and justice began via a twitter call from Frances Bell on #FemEdTech. The story of its making is on my blog…

What Lies Beneath Quilt Square

What lies beneath

This piece is created with three symbolic parts. The background is recycled from denim clothing. I chose the pocket area and then cut through the centre to reveal…

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