Irrelevant but Fun? Your Name As Acronym for a Fictitious Open Project

You never know where the discussions will lead, but following on conversations to the OEG Connect Pulse on Courseware, a pattern emerged for names of at least 3 projects:

Here is my silly challenge- turn your first name into a plausibly sounding open project! Most likes on a reply wins a prize of immeasurable value.

Introducing project Alan… Attribution & Licensing of AI is Nebulous

Totally Excellent Resources. Reusable? YES!

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Very
Engaging
Renewable
Experiences
N (sounds like n for and)
Accesible to all

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Always Learning Enthusiastically through eXperimentation And Never Deviating from Revealing Enquiries.

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Multi Attribute Reuse In Open :robot:

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Hence we refer to you as “Super Mario”! That is super indeed…

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Resources to support
Open
Blended
E-Learning in
Reflective
Teaching

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Never tried this with my first name, but years ago I did have April Fools Day fun with my last name along these lines.

https://stevefoerster.com/important-unesco-replaces-oer-acronym/

That’s pretty good, Steve! But unfair advantage! You already have “OER” in your name :wink:

If you’ve got it, flaunt it! :smiley:

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– Stephen

Large Access Usable Resource Association?

  • Laura
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Content Accessible Technology H5p Yeah!

YEAH! The best sauce for OER is H5P.

Bea
Best Educational Attributes!

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