Opening UCL: A symposium on Open Education
This afternoon symposium will explore the different perspectives of Open Education – a facet of Open Science – and how these are practiced by staff and students at UCL.
There will be presentations from UCL staff and students about their experiences using and publishing open educational resources (OER), as well as speakers from other UK institutions.
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- Dr Paul Ayris, Pro-Vice-Provost, UCL Library Services – Introduction [presentation]
- June Hedges, UCL Library Services and Dr Clive Young, UCL Digital Education – Open Education at UCL [presentation]
- Dr James Everest (w/ students: Guy Phillips, Constance Grave, Kseniia Panteleeva, and Andrei Andronic), UCL Arts and Sciences (BASc) – Publishing student work on Wikibooks
- Susanna Jacob, MA Education and Technology student at the UCL Institute of Education – A student’s view of open education: The past, the present, and the future [presentation]
- Lorna M. Campbell, University of Edinburgh Learning, Teaching and Web Services Directorate - Open.Ed: Supporting Open Education at the University of Edinburgh [presentation]
- Leo Havemann and Jo Stroud, UCL Digital Education – Open Educational Practices for a Connected Curriculum [presentation]
- Dr Javiera Atenas, Open Knowledge Foundation – Enhancing research-based learning with open data [presentation]
- Dr Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez, UCL Division of Medicine – Using open source software for teaching in the Medical Sciences / supporting students as content creators [presentation]
- Dr Paul Ayris, Pro-Vice-Provost, UCL Library Services (in lieu of Dr Deepak Kalaskar) – Textbooks and Open Access publishing via UCL Press [presentation]
- Prof. Martin Weller, the Open University – Keynote [presentation]