Open Educational Resources: Aladdin’s Cave, or Pandora’s Box?

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Open Educational Resources: Aladdin’s Cave, or Pandora’s Box?

Time: October 23, 2013 from 10:15am to 11:45am
Country: USQ Media Studio
City/Town: Toowoomba
Website or Map: http://usq.edu.au
Phone: 07 4631 2682
Event Type: presentation, and, panel, session
Organized By: Tahnee Pearse
Latest Activity: Oct 9, 2013

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Opening address: Professor Ken Udas, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic Services) and Chief Information Officer

Seminar: Mr Adrian Stagg, eLearning Designer (Learning Resources Development)

Panel: Mr David Bull, Director (Open Access College)
Professor Patrick Danaher, Head of School (Teacher Education and Early Childhood)
Mr Ron Pauley, Faculty Librarian
Associate Professor Robyn Smyth, Director (Learning and Teaching Support)

The promises of Open Educational Resources (OER) include increased access to education, reduced costs for education, enhanced collaboration, and efficient course design.  Whilst these are all certainly possible, there are strong practical considerations to Open Educational Practice (OEP).

This session will consider the role of OEP in teaching and learning at USQ, explore the challenges of engaging with openness, and offer some practical starting points.

It will conclude with a panel of current practitioners fielding questions from the audience.  

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