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Open Access(OA) & OER
No matter how easy it is to access and/or use a work, you still need to give credit to the author, through attribution or citation.
Adapt or remix OERs with your students.
Build OERs with your students
Teach your students how to edit Wikipedia articles.
Facilitate student-created and student-controlled learning environments.
Encourage students to apply their expertise to serve their community.
Engage students in public chats with authors or experts.
Strictly speaking: " Open pedagogy is that set of teaching and learning practices only possible in the context of the free access and 4R permissions characteristic of open educational resources."
The idea of having students participate in the creation of learning objects. This places the teacher in the position of “guide-on-the-side” or consultant, while students participate in active and relevant learning. This philosophy encourages meaningful assignments that become building blocks in the educational system, rather than “disposable assignments”
Open educational resources (OERs) increase access to education and empower students in the learning process. Open pedagogy - a component of OERs - places the student at the center of that learning process in a more engaging, collaborative learning environment
Open Pedagogy encourages teachers to work with their students to create Open Educational Resources instead of disposable assignments.