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Exploring Open Educational Resources (OER) and how we can make them work for us
Founder of Wikieducator and elected member of the WikiEducator Community Council
Director, International Centre for Open Education, Otago, Polytechnic, New Zealand
The Internet provides unique opportunities for educators to access, use, modify, and share educational materials. Open Educational Resources (OER), as these free materials are called, can include "full courses, textbooks, streaming videos, exams, software, and any other materials or techniques supporting learning "
WikiEducator is an international community of educators committed to the development of OER at all levels of the education system. WikiEducators are returning to the core value of education, namely to share knoweldge freely. In this session, experienced WikiEducators will share what the concept of "OER" and explore ideas on how to get the most from this rewarding project.
Exploring Open Educational Resources and how we can make them work for us
June 13, 2009
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm (New Zealand local time)
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1. Welcome of participants (Nellie Deutsch)
2. Introduction of Facilitators (Nellie Deutsch)
3. Presentation by Dr. Wayne Mackintosh
About the Host