The Adopting and Adapting OER Workshop Design Sprint

On March 31 and April 1, 2016, the BCcampus Open Education team brought together two faculty members, two librarians, and two instructional designers from across the province to co-develop an Adoption Workshop toolkit. The Adoption Workship toolkit contains: A complete PPT slide deck (over 70 slides) that highlight the what, why and how of open education. … 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

Adopting Open Textbooks Workshop – Camosun College

NOTE: NEW DATE!  What and Where? A one-day workshop for EVERYBODY interested in open textbooks. Date: May 27, 2013 Time: 9:30 – 15:15 Location: Camosun College, Lansdowne Campus Library Learning Commons – Room 151 This workshop is organized by BCcampus in collaboration with Camosun College. There is no fee and lunch will be provided. Description There is a lot … 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

More Open

At last year’s  ETUG Spring Workshop 2011 “Open4Learning” we explored the theme of what open means to us as educators and learners.  Alan Levine shared a selection of “Amazing Stories of Openness” and the beauty and magic of serendipitous connections from being more open. In addition to a number of wonderful sessions on openness in … Continued