Free webinar: Open Educational Practice – what, why and how?
Tuesday 9th December, 1–2pm (Australian EDT) 3-4pm in New Zealand
OERs are only a part of the wider topic; OEP includes a different way of thinking, planning and managing for the open sharing of teaching practices. But how much is aspirational and how far have we got with implementation?
- Carina Bossu and Luke Padgett: OER Project leaders at the University of Tasmania and organisers of the very successful OER National Symposium held earlier this month.
- Theresa Koroivulaono: Acting Director at the Centre for Flexible Learning at the University of the South Pacific. Working at a regional university that serves twelve small island developing states (SIDS), the transformative potential of OER in higher education is reflected in multifarious ways that include, selection and adaptation for use, development, testing for access and directly informing learning design.
The webinar is offered free of charge. If you wish to attend the webinar, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm Friday 5th December (Australian EDT) at the latest. Details will be sent to you before the event about how to access and join in the webinar.
For more information on the speakers and the webinar topic, please visit the ODLAA website.