10. Feb 2022, 9.00 am - 1.00 pm | Internal service, Service

Offene Bildungsressourcen (OER) für die Lehre finden, nutzen und selbst erstellen

eTEACH-Netzwerks Thüringen
Dr. Sandra Schön
Event type
Members of the Thuringian universities

A training offer of the eTEACH network Thuringia.

Open Educational Resources (OER) are educational materials of any kind and in any medium that are published under an open licence. Such an open licence allows free access and free use, adaptation and redistribution by others with little or no restriction. Open Educational Resources can include individual materials but also complete courses or books. Any medium can be used. Curricula, course materials, textbooks, streaming videos, multimedia applications, podcasts - all these resources are OER if they are published under an open licence. The course provides an overview of the most important terms and licences and bundles important materials, links and platforms. The participants will try out how to search for OER, how to use them correctly and how to create their own OER materials for their own courses.

Competence level: A1 | A2

Dr. Sandra Schön (doctorate in educational science and proven OER expert, currently responsible, among other things, for the Austrian initiative "Open Education Austria Advanced" at the "Forum Neue Medien in der Lehre Austria" for the development of certificates for the visualisation of OER competences of teachers as well as OER activities of Austrian higher education institutions, research assistant in the teaching and learning technologies team at TU Graz and, among other things, co-organiser or participant in numerous MOOCs on the topic of OER (see iMooX.at) and OER initiatives. Co-organiser or participant in numerous MOOCs on the topic of OER (see iMooX.at) and OER initiatives, co-editor of the multiple award-winning and openly licensed textbook for learning and teaching with technologies (http://l3t.eu).

About the network and the training programme

The eTeach Network Thuringia is an association of the state colleges and universities in Thuringia for the cooperative further development of digitally enriched higher education teaching. The focus is on supporting the profitable use of the opportunities of digitalisation for higher education teaching and efficiently mastering its challenges.

For teachers at Thuringian universities and colleges, the eTeach network offers user-oriented qualification formats, promotes cooperative impulse projects and focuses on networking in Thuringia and throughout Germany. The TMWWDG is financing the expansion of the eTeach network with funds from the "Zukunftsvertrag Studium und Lehre stärken" (Strengthening future contract for studies and teaching) and is integrating the project into the state's digitisation strategy.

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