Another Kind of Open: Exploring the Benefits and Barriers to the Creation and Use of Open Educational Resources

Friday, 29 October 2021

You’ve heard of open access for research publications, but have you considered the role of openness in teaching and learning? In this interactive session, we’ll explore open educational resources (OERs) and their benefits, through a series of case studies and unpack some of the barriers to using, adapting and creating OERs. Whether you are new to OERs or an experienced OER specialist, join us for this interactive event and be part of the conversation on moving the OER agenda forward at a national level.

Panel: Steven Chang, Dr Kate Davis, Tahnee Pearse, Fiona Salisbury, Marion Slawson, Adrian Stagg

Register now for this Open Access Week event, which is held in conjunction with Open Access Australasia.

For more Open Access Week events, take a look at Open Access Australasia's website.

Author Kate Davis
Last modified 21 October 2021