Open Education Week 2016: March 7-11

Open Education Week is taking place March 7-11th. BCcampus is supporting these activities through co-ordination, sponsorship, or co-promotion.  These offerings are a rich combination of online and onsite events to help you learn more and celebrate Open Education Week 2016! Webinar recordings, archived video and resources are now available.   Date & Time Session Title … 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

Introduction to Openness in Education

This open course, designed by David Wiley, provides a broad overview of the ways in which openness impacts many areas of education – curriculum, instruction, learning, policy, technology, research, and finance, among others. The course begins on January 7, 2013, and signing up is as simple as adding your name and blog to the form posted … Continued

Webinar: Orientation to Open Textbooks

Open invitation to an open textbook webinar! Join Una Daly and Terrie McAloney for a one-hour orientation to open textbooks. What: An orientation to open textbooks When: Wednesday, November 21, 11:00 – 12:00 PST Where: SCoPE Blackboard Collaborate room: There is no need to register for this webinar. If you are new to Blackboard Collaborate, check … Continued

Webinar by Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources

On Tuesday October 9 at 1:00pm EST (10:00am PST), the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources is hosting a webinar presenting three faculty development models for encouraging the use of open textbooks and open educational resources (OER). Speakers include Dr. Andrea Henne (Dean of Online and Distributed Learning at the San Diego Community College District), John … Continued