The fourth Open Educational Practices in Scotland project forum will take place at Stirling Court Hotel, during Open Education Week, on Wednesday 9th March. The event will feature a keynote from social and educational technologist Josie Fraser which will focus on:
- Connecting pockets of practice and embedding OER/OEP
- To what extent what she has done in Leicester has shifted culture
- The challenges of shifting culture and how she addressed them
- How to move from a piecemeal approach to a more strategic approach to embedding OER/OEP
The forum will also include workshops on designing a strategic approach to increase the use of OER and OEP in Scotland; using OER – what does good practice look like?; changing culture, changing practice; and open education and digital engagement through a widening participation.
This forum presents an opportunity to discuss the strategic drivers, barriers and challenges to the use of OER and OEP within the formal and informal learning sectors, and provides an opportunity to share experiences of OER and OEP to consider what more could be done strategically and practically to increase their use.
Further information about the forum is available from the OEPS Blog and colleagues can register to participate in this free event here OEPS Forum 4.