Coming this June: The Cross-Canada Open Education Mini-MOOC

04.05.2018 - 1 minute Read

Making Sense of Open Education will run from June 1 – 15 with short daily lessons and activities at an introductory level with the purpose of the course being to increase awareness and use of OER as part of post-secondary teaching and learning. Topics will include open educational resources (OER), open educational practices (OEP), copyright and the Creative Commons licenses, and open tools for adaptation. A variety of experienced open educators will participate and support learning and sharing opportunities throughout the mini-course.

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