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Guardian HE Live Chat: Open Access in Higher Education, 28/10/2011, 12-2 BST

UlrichTiedau28 October 2011

After a talk point and a poll, the Guardian Professional Higher Education Network wants to give the subject of open access the full consideration it deserves.

To coincide with Open Access Week, on Friday 21 October, from 12–2pm BST, the live chat will consider the various ways in which higher education can become – and is becoming – more open. We will consider what the challenges ahead might be and what policy shifts, as well as cultural shifts are needed.

Guardian Q&As or live chats are always informal and the aim is to share knowledge, experience and allow us to curate a ‘best bits’ full of interesting tips/links on the given subject from our network and for our network.

Join CPD4HE Webinar Today 1.00pm

ManYang21 July 2011

Lunchtime Webinar – Accrediting your HE teaching: gaining professional recognition

Details: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/calt/cpd4he/events/210711

To join, use this link:

https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/launch/dropin.jnlp?sid=2011158&password=D.DE9D8924BBBD3D93EA40B551063518

CPD4HE Workshop – Register Now!

ManYang1 July 2011

The free workshop explores the potential of open educational resources (OERs) in developing and accrediting university teaching. David Kernohan, JISC’s E-learning Manager is the guest speaker. Participants will work with learning materials developed in UCL’s CPD4HE project (Funded by the HEA and JISC) and create their own OERs.

OER@UCL March 30

JaneHughes11 March 2011

OER@UCL Event Confirmed for 30 March, 4.00 pm

Outline Programme

  • Introduction to Open Educational Resources
  • UCL OER projects – 10 minute show and tell for each project
  • Information and time for discussion of issues related to:
    • IPR and licensing
    • Finding and using open educational resources, including demonstration of repositories
    • The process of creating and releasing open resources