International Open Access Week 2015: Coming soon!

BCcampus is involved with the co-ordination and support of 2 great events coming up in October for International Open Access Week 2015. We are offering a “Designing Accessible Open Educational Resources: A Hands-on Workshop” on Monday Oct.19th. Read more about it here. There are a few spots let if you wish to attend this free workshop! As … Continued

Webinar: Using OER with Moodle

When: 19 June, 2013 10:00 a.m. PDT  Where: Adobe Connect Who: Clint Lalonde There is a trend in many things to go “open” – open source software, open learning, and even open education resources, textbooks, and courseware. In this month’s webinar, we are excited to feature Clint Lalonde of BCcampus. He is managing a BCcampus project … Continued

Open content licensing for educators (OCL4Ed)

What and When? Another free professional development opportunity from the OER Foundation 4 – 18 September 2013 Description This OCL4Ed micro Open Online Course (mOOC) will be facilitated by the UNESCO OER Chair network in support of capability development for theUNESCO 2012 Paris OER Declaration (See video from Abel Caine, Programme Specialist for OER at UNESCO.). The … Continued

The Short List for Open Education Week 2013

This short list of events was circulated by Una Daly for the convenience of those in and around our time zone. Open Education Week is a global celebration of open education and its impact on learning sponsored by the OpenCourseWare Consortium. There are project showcases, resources, and live local and online events. Starting Sunday, March 10 webinars and local … Continued

Adopting Open Textbooks Workshop – KPU

What and Where? A one-day workshop for EVERYBODY interested in open textbooks. Date: 26 February, 2013 Time: 9:00am – 15:00pm Location: Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Richmond Campus (Melville Centre for Dialogue) 2550 A & B, second floor This workshop is organized by BCcampus in collaboration with Kwantlen Polytechnic University. There is no fee and lunch will be provided. … Continued