Webinar 2: Open Educational Practices with Lorna Campbell and Catherine Cronin

Lorna Campbell. CC-BY-SA-4.0, Mike Peel, Wikimedia Commons
Catherine Cronin
Catherine Cronin

I’m delighted to announce my next webinar, on Tuesday 3rd November at 11am GMT. If you are not taking this module and wish to join the webinar then please register using this form. In this interactive session, Lorna Campbell and Catherine Cronin will explore interpretations of Open Education Practice and share recent examples arising in response to COVID-19. Various aspects of OEP will be explored, e.g., OEP to build community, OEP for teaching, OEP for authentic assessment, and OEP and policy. To conclude the session, Catherine and Lorna will invite participants to collaborate and explore potential applications of OEP in their own contexts.  

Lorna is a learning technology service manager at the University of Edinburgh’s Open Educational Resources Service. She has a longstanding commitment to supporting open knowledge and open education, and blogs about openness, knowledge equity and digital labour at Open World  http://lornamcampbell.org/ Lorna is also a Trustee of Wikimedia UK and the Association for Learning Technology, and an active member of the #femedtech network. You can find Lorna on twitter at @lornamcampbell. 

Meanwhile Catherine Cronin is Strategic Education Developer at the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education where her work focuses on digital and open education in the Irish HE sector. Other work includes writing and editing (e.g.,Open at the margins: Critical perspectives on open education) and collaborating on equity-focused open education projects including FemEdTech and Equity Unbound. You can find Catherine at @catherinecronin and http://catherinecronin.net/.

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Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London

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