Entries by Jose

The OpenGame Handbook of Open Teaching Practices is out!

Have you ever wondered what it means, and what it takes, to “teach in the open”? OpenGame has 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 hep of external stakeholders, and more. For each of the 24 cases we […]

The OPENGAME project inspires students to create OER games

During the last few months, the CDP of Nantes (Pedagogical Development Center) and the EDNA* (Design school of Nantes Atlantique) have been working together on Open Education Resources.   *EDNA is a private design school for higher education dedicated to design professions, located in Nantes (France) and founded in 1988. EDNA works with partners such […]

Open Education Global Conference 2020

The Taipei Medical University and Open Education Global, with the support of eCampusOntario, and Delft University of Technology, will organise of the 2020 Open Education Global Conference, which will take place online from 16th – 20th November 2020. The conference theme will be Connecting the Global Open Education Community, and will be a great opportunity to […]

Nantes Pedagogical Initiatives Week

On Wednesday, 5th of February 2020, the European project for strategic innovation partnerships, Open Game, with leader Universidad de la Rioja (Spain) was presented to participants passionate about building serious games during Pedagogical Initiatives Week organised by the University of Nantes. The OPENGAME project (Promoting open education through gamification) aims to contribute to the adoption […]

What competences should open educators have?

On the 2nd of March, in occasion of the Open Education Week, the OpenGame project was presented during the “OER and Open Pedagogies” Webinar organized by EDEN. The presentation focussed on the Open Education teachers competences framework, and raised a lot of interest and questions. The majority of the participants agreed on the fact that, […]

Let’s go open!

The sad and tense current situation we are living through has made many be aware of the importance of open knowledge being made available. In all countries teachers are needing to teach online. For that, they need access to more educational resources that they can share with other teachers and their students or pupils. Many […]

Open Game Starts!

OpenGame is an Erasmus+ project intended to promote the inclusion of open educational resources and open educational practices into higher education. To achieve that goal, one of the results of this project will be a gamified experience for high education teachers, which will be based on real practices collected from other European colleges. Further to […]

ThingLink has released free 360-degree images to UNESCO World Heritage Sites

ThingLink,  2018 Winner of the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize,  has just released free 360-degree images to UNESCO World Heritage Sites and invites teachers to take part in the ThingLink Teacher Challenge 2019.  Teachers from all over the world will have an opportunity to include virtual trips in their lesson plans and create immersive learning […]

Comanity Project. Getting to know the Greek comunity

In September 20th-21st, 2018, UNIR participated in the second meeting of the Comanity Project. The meeting was hosted by our Greek partner Kethea, the largest rehabilitation and social reintegration network in Greece. It has been providing its services to drug addicts and their families since Ithaki, the first Greek therapeutic community, was set up in […]

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