Steps in Becoming an Open Practitioner | GO-GN

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"This post was written by Carina Bossu, Lecturer Learning and Teaching (OEP), University of Tasmania, and first published on ASCILITE’s blog TELall.

This is my first official blog post, which is exciting and a little scary at the same time. I was invited to contribute to the TELall blog as part of being an ASCILITE Fellow, which is a great honour! The Fellowship was awarded based on, among other things, my work with Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Educational Practices (OEP) both nationally and internationally. In this blog, I would like to explore several concepts and approaches related to being an open practitioner in today’s higher education context. But, first I believe that it would be a good idea to try to define OEP. I used the word “try”, because there are several definitions of OEP, and also because “open or openness” in education can mean different things to different people. In a recent article, Catherine Cronin helps us to understand these differences, mostly in educational settings, as she explores different interpretations of openness in education...."


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03/31/2018, 17:29

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03/31/2018, 13:29