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Presentación del juego sobre Educación Abierta

El pasado martes 22 de junio, la Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR) celebró el evento multiplicador denominado “La educación abierta a través de la gamificación” dentro de las acciones del Proyecto Opengame El evento, financiado por el programa Erasmus+ de la Unión Europea, dio a conocer sus principales resultados, entre los que destaca la […]

Survey on Open Educational Resources

The European Network for Catalysing Open Resources in Education, encore+, is a Erasmus + Knowledge Alliance project cofounded by the European Commission that supports the uptake and innovation of Open Educational Resources for education and business. The encore+ survey on the perceived value of using open educational resources (OER) in European higher education and businesses […]

Seminario: La educación abierta a través de la gamificación

El próximo martes 22 de junio, la Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR) celebrará el evento multiplicador denominado “La educación abierta a través de la gamificación” dentro de las acciones del Proyecto Opengame El evento, financiado por el programa Erasmus+ de la Unión Europea, dará a conocer sus principales resultados, entre los que destaca la […]

Open Education Conference 2021: Call for proposals

The 2021 Open Education Conference is inviting proposals for live and pre-recorded virtual sessions to be held on October 18-22. Proposals are enthusiastically welcomed from everyone with an interest in sharing about open education, especially from students. You will find information about the the conference theme, topics, session types, and guidelines here. The theme of […]

The Handbook of Open Teaching Practices translated into Spanish!

The Handbook of Open teaching Practices, originally released in English, has been translated into Spanish by the Opengame consortium, with the special collaboration of Universidad de Salamanca students. The OpenGame consortium collected 24 cases of real-life educators who are doing that, from teaching with open textbooks, to using wikis openly, to assess learners with the […]

2020 OPEN Education Conference Recordings

2020 Open Education Conference recordings are now available! Open Education Conference has  announced the public release of recordings from #OpenEd20. More than 100 hours of videos are available for everyone to view, share and learn from—from powerful keynotes to action-packed lightning talks to timely presentations on a wide variety of topics. You will find the […]

OERxDomains Conference

Last 21st and 22nd April 2021, and  organised by the Association for Learning Technology, took place the #OERxDomains21. It was the result of a special online collaboration between the Association for Learning Technology and Reclaim Hosting’s Domains Conference. the audience had the opportunity to listen outstanding speakers as Tuteleni Aseno from Oklahoma State University, Nicolas […]

Mapping Open Collections for Higher Education

Does your University have an institutional repository? Do you have or know of a collection of resources that is openly licensed or in the public domain? For example a repository, a digitised collection of arts, a collection of audiovisual resources… This article by  Jan Leonhard Neumann has been published at OER World Map Blog We kindly […]

The OpenGame results presented at the EDEN 2020 Research workshop

The OpenGame Competencies Framework, which outlines 8 competences that every educator should master to work with Open Educational approaches, was presented at the EDEN 2020 Research workshop on the 22nd of October 2020. The presentation raised a lot of interested, which confirms the need to reach a shared understanding about the attitude, knowledge and skills of educators […]

Ever heard of open textbooks?

Are you still using commercial textbooks? Up to the 2017 academic year, the Psychology Foundation module on the Psychology Major Programme of Dublin City University (DCU) used a commercial textbook to compliment the online learning materials provided by the programme team. Life as usual.  In the 2018 academic year a switch was made from this commercial […]

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