In this page, I have listed some of the resources I have created and posted in open environments, since starting this blog.  I have collated them here as a record for myself, but some of the more generic resources might be of use to others. There are not a huge number on them. Most of my contribution to open resources has been through my research publications (see )


The Rhizome as a Metaphor for Learning in a MOOC –

The Ideals and Reality of Participating in a MOOC –




Visualising Structure and Agency in a MOOC –

Teaching and Learning in the Rhizome –

Surfacing, Sharing and Valuing Tacit Knowledge –

Planning a MOOC –


Matthias Melcher’s Think Tool –

Drawing Footprints of Emergence –

Reflecting on Personal Experiences of Learning Theories –

Blogging for Reflective Learning –

I don’t create many videos, but there are a few more, specific to projects that I have been working on in my YouTube account:


I use wikis (pbWorks) a lot, but most are closed wikis, which I have used for research purposes, or consultancy projects with specific teams. Here are three wikis that are open.

Footprints of Emergence –

Communities of Practice in Universities –

CCK08 Research wiki –