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Workshops and Events

Learn more about open educational workshops and events (past and current).

OE Week is an annual global celebration of Open Education. OE Week 2024 takes place March 4-8. At Concordia University, let us celebrate March as Open Education month.

Past Events and Workshops

OE Week is an annual global celebration of Open Education. OE Week 2023 takes place March 6-10.

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OE Week is an annual global celebration of Open Education. OE Week 2022 takes place March 7-11.

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Help OER Grow: Open Educational Resources Have a Future Through Collaboration

DATE: Tuesday, March 8, 2022
TIME: 1:00-2:30pm (60 min workshop + 30 mins for anyone who wants to stay and chat)
COST: Free
WHERE: Online
WHO: undergraduate students across disciplines at Concordia University are encouraged to attend
DESCRIPTION and REGISTRATION

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Open Educational Resources (OER) find their way into a Brown Bag Lunch

DATE: Thursday, March 10, 2022
TIME: 1:00-2:00 pm
WHERE: Online
WHO: Librarians and library professionals and staff are encouraged to join
INFORMAL INTERNAL LIBRARY EVENT  

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Behind the Scenes: Projects by OER (Open Educational Resources) Grant Recipients

DATE: Friday, March 11, 2022
TIME: 2:00-3:30 pm (60-min event + 30 mins for anyone who wants to stay and chat)
COST: Free
WHERE: Online
WHO: Faculty and students who are working on or have worked on an open textbook project; Faculty interested in applying for an open textbook grant or who want to know more about OER and open text
DESCRIPTION and REGISTRATION

Open for Community Across Platform Demos and Conversations

Coordinated by Rachel Harris in collaboration with 4TH Space and colleagues acrross departments, this event was part of OA Week 2023 on October 27, 2023. Moderated by Ryan Van Huijstee, the livestream features demos and demonstrations on Open Publishing and Library Support (Saelan Twerdy, Rachel Harris, Chloe Lei), Open Education (Cristina Sanza and Andrea Hunter, Ariel Harlap), Research Creation (Pippin Bar, Kathleen Vaughan), Open Data (Faisal Shennib, Elizabeth Bloodgood, Michael Lenczner).

Open education demos:

26:57 Cristina Sanza & Andrea Hunter, Journalism

33:24 Ariel Harlap, Centre of Teaching and Learning

OER Concordia University Library Guide was developed and redesigned by Rachel Harris. Source. CC BY 4.0. Except where otherwise noted content on this guide is licenced under a Creative Commons 4.0. International licence. Icons by The Noun Project. Special thanks to Chloe Lei for the previous pilot version of the OER pages and Pamela Carson for web-design consultations.

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