Here you will find all our recorded webinars that feature leaders and practitioners in Open Education who will cover all the different facets of OER and answer the most important questions on what OER is, why it’s important, how to find the resources and where to start.
OE4BW WEBINAR NO. 1
Developing and Mentoring
On January 28, 2020 Chrissi Nerantzi, OE4BW 2020 Mentor Coordinator, and Jenni Hayman, North American OE4BW Hub Coordinator, held the first OE4BW webinar covering topics from Expectations for Developers, Mentoring Relationships and Strategies, and how to planning a project timeline
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OE4BW WEBINAR NO. 2
File Formats and Tools for Adaptation and Hosting of OER
On February 19, 2020 Suzana Loshkovska, OE4BW Mentor, and Jenni Hayman, North American OE4BW Hub Coordinator, held the second one-hour OE4BW webinar where they shared ideas about open file formats, tools for adapting OER, and options for hosting your projects.
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OE4BW WEBINAR NO. 3
Open instructional design and Assesments
On March 4, 2020 Mitja Jermol, OE4BW initiator and UNESCO Chair, gave a short talk about the OE4BW 2020 cohort. Afterwards Naomi Wahls, European Hub Coordinator, provides advice on Instructional Design and Assessment options in open education contexts.
OE4BW WEBINAR NO. 4
Creative Commons Licensing and Global Digital Artifacts
Jennryn Wetzler, Assistant Director, Open Education for Creative Commons, shared the foundations of Creative Commons licensing including attribution practices and options for choosing a license for original, remixed, or adapted open content. She will also explore some of the great global initiatives underway that are making open content more widely available. Many organizations in the world are sharing digital artifacts such as art, images, music, literature, as well as learning content for open reuse.
Jožef Stefan Institute
Centre for Knowledge Transfer in
Information Technologies (CT3)
Jamova 39, SI-1000 Ljubljana
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