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OpenGame project (Promoting Open Education through Gamification) aims to contribute to the uptake of Open Education Resources and Open Education Practices among educators in Higher Education in an innovative and motivating way, through the developing of a gamified and situated learning experience on Open Education. It is a project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission. The main objectives of the project are:

1. Foster awareness of HE educators to adopt OEP in their daily teaching, by mainstreaming successful practices.
2. 2 Increase motivation of HE educators towards adopting OEP by providing an attractive and motivating environment.
3. 3 Develop capacity of HE educators to work with open approaches, through an engaging gamified learning experience

All the results of OpenGame Project can be found here: www.opengame-project.eu/results/

Open Education Now

Open Education Now. The potential benefits of open education are often considered in three areas: expanding access to education, enhancing pedagogy, and advancing equity.

Open Education Now

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Using OER and OEP for Teaching and Learning

The potential benefits of using open educational resources and practices (OER and OEP) in higher education include improving access, furthering equity and enhancing teaching, learning and assessment. The National Forum supports the use of OER and OEP in a range of ways (see www.teachingandlearning.ie/open).

LibGuide: Go Open: a beginner's guide to open education

The Go Open project is a collaborative project based in Dublin City University (DCU) and comprises team members from DCU Library, Open Education Unit and the Digital Learning Design Unit. The project aims to support the DCU Community to engage with open education practices in their teaching, research and support activities.

OpenTeach

#Openteach: Professional Development for Open Online Educators project website. The #Openteach project is based at DCU Connected part of the National Institute for Digital Learning at Dublin City University (DCU).

OpenTeach

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