Webinar: Using OER and OEP for Teaching and Learning

Webinar: Using OER and OEP for Teaching and Learning

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National Forum

Discipline(s)

Teaching & Learning

Topic(s)

Digital Learning, Open Education, T&L Practice

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CC BY

Media Format

Video

Keywords

open education

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This webinar will be helpful to staff across the sector who are interested in further exploring and supporting the use of OER and OEP in their own contexts.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

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). This webinar will be helpful to staff across the sector who are interested in further exploring and supporting the use of OER and OEP in their own contexts.

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