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November
23 – 25
Berlin

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Presentation Panel

Bright and Shiny Open Education - Or Not?

Date Friday, Nov 25  Time   –    Room Potsdam III

In this session we will discuss initiatives that are supporting the design, implementation and adoption of Open Education through Open Education Innovation Labs, Open Degrees and Open Educational Resources. Speakers will cover well-known benefits such as inclusion, cost savings and customisation, but also the lesser known such as learner engagement and fostering of critical thinking. At the end we will add some questionmarks about the challenges and limitations of Open Educationional Resources. Join to see the adherents and non-believers coming into action!

OEB speaker Lilia Cheniti Belcadhi

Lilia Cheniti Belcadhi

Associate Professor, Head of Digital Learning and Pedagogical Innovation Unit, Sousse University, Tunisia

OEB speaker Dietmar Kennepohl

Dietmar Kennepohl

Professor of Chemistry, Athabasca University, Canada

OEB speaker Carolyn Stevenson

Carolyn Stevenson

University Faculty, Purdue University Global, United States of America

OEB speaker Matt Porritt

Matt Porritt

Platform Manager, Moodle LMS

Moderator

OEB speaker Brian Mulligan

Brian Mulligan

Head of Online Learning Strategic Projects, Atlantic Technological University (Sligo), Ireland

Stretched Too Thin: Leveling the Educational Landscape Through Faculty Mentoring and Open Degree Plans, Carolyn Stevenson

Our Living Textbook: Incorporating Collaboratively Created Open Learning Materials in Chemistry, Dietmar Kennepohl

The New Normal in Education: Open, Innovative and Intelligent Learning, Lilia Cheniti Belcadhi

Education for the Future, Matt Porritt

How I Fell Out of Love with OER!, Brian Mulligan