Kick-start your open education | 6 March
Unfortunately, this event has been canceled.
If you have any questions, please contact: B.delosArcos@tudelft.nl.
Every year the open education movement celebrates Open Education Week, coordinated by Open Education Global, a worldwide community of organizations committed to improving education access, affordability, success and quality for all. The aim of Open Education Week is to raise awareness of open education and its impact on teaching and learning. On March 6th, TU Delft will join thousands of colleagues from around the world organising events dedicated to openness.
Come along to kick start your way into open, share your experiences and be part of something extraordinary.
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09:00 – 09:15 Walk-in
09.15 – 10.15 Workshop: Thinking about Open
This workshop will introduce participants to the basics of open education, from open access to the broader concepts of social justice and equity. You’ll be invited to reflect on your own practices, and begin to form an idea of how you could further develop as an open practitioner.
10.15 – 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 – 10.50 Presentation: On the road to digital (open) learning resources
Qualitative digital (open) educational resources are becoming increasingly more available. But how to make the most out of them?
The group “Naar digitale (open) leermaterialen”, from the acceleration plan for educational innovation with ICT, has the ambition that by 2023 teachers and students will have the opportunity to use an optimal mix of learning materials in learning and teaching processes. But what about availability of learning resources, cost, production, publication…? Join us to find out more.
11.00 – 12.30 (including lunch) Action Lab: Reuse in action
David Wiley defines the "Open" in Open Content and Open Educational Resources in terms of having the freedom to retain, revise, remix, reuse and redistribute any copyrightable work (<https://opencontent.org/definition/>). In this action lab we’ll take a closer look at ‘reusing resources’, that is, using the original, revised, or remixed copy of a resource publicly (e.g., on a website, in a presentation, in a class). Come along to discuss some of the practicalities of reusing materials (Where can I find resources? How do I know if I can use a particular resource?...), what are the implications of using materials you did not create yourself from scratch, how you can facilitate others reusing your work, and what concrete actions you can take to realise the potential of digital resources.
Don’t forget that on March 3rd, you can also attend the Meet & Eat special edition: Will it blend?, where a panel of TU Delft teachers will reflect on a variety of topics regarding the design and implementation of blended education, including reusing videos, MOOC materials and other open educational resources.