Date: 1st July, 2020
The Handbook collects 24 real-life open teaching practices that respond to eight main challenges that educators face today and that can be tackled through open approaches. The practices are presented detailing their potential for transferability and the competences needed to put them in place, ultimately aiming at inspiring educators to try out these methods to make their teaching more inclusive and innovative. Also, the document presents an original Open Education Competences Framework, structured around one transversal attitude, two competences areas (open resources and open pedagogies).
Date: 30th September, 2020
The contents on open education proposed here comprises 8 modules based on 8 competences. Modules are built around the practices identified and described in IO1 (García-Holgado et al., 2020. The practices themselves are transformed into learning activities, allowing the trainees to actively interact with the learning activities.
The primary goal of this course content is to be the support for the serious game which is the key deliverable of project OpenGame, where all interactions will take place
Date: 18th June, 2021
Cath the Open! is the name of the main result of the OpenGame project. Starting from the competences framework obtained in the IO1 and the contents developed in the IO2, a gamified experience to motivate users to follow the course has been developed. Taking into consideration the target group, a narrative with which they can feel identified has been included: Alex, a young lecturer, receives the task of discovering and fostering the use of Open Education. To do so, Alex talks to her students and colleges trying to learn about open practices. During this work, she has to try to convince others about benefits of experiencing the proposals from Open Education. Of course, the contents developed in IO2 are included in this course and Alex will discover them with the help of the people with who she talks in classrooms, laboratories and auditoriums. This gamified experience is available in English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and German, as well as the contents.
An open accreditation scheme.
A transferability toolkit to facilitate the use and implementation of project outcomes in other universities.
Five national multiplier events (in Madrid, Nantes, Lisbon, Karlsruhe and Dublin).