How can OER enrich your teaching practice?

LangOER webinars newOpen Educational Resources (OER) are a growing area of interest internationally. More and more teachers and school leaders use free educational materials to be shared and reused for teaching, learning, and other purposes.

How can Open Educational Resources enrich your teaching and learning practice? Can they spice up your classes? Where to find OER in your language? Are you curious about how to blend online learning in your own teaching context?

Join our online webinar series organized by experts in the field, and get the chance of winning a €1.000 award!

How to register: please mail your name and school / affiliation to: mercator@fryske-akademy.nl

More information:  Announcement Online Webinars OER (pdf)

The series of five webinars (25 March-13 May 2015) are part of the activities of the EC-funded project LangOER.

We are looking forward meeting you online!

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  3. AvatarAsma Assaf

    I wonder how can OER enrich teaching methods at graduate level (universities) in Arabic region?
    I’ve been working at Arab Open University in Jordan for more than three years now ; translating my teaching materials in accounting from English to Arabic , to facilitate Accounting teaching for my students as General Coordinator for several subjects specialized in Accounting.
    Arab Open University uses Blended learning that require students to attend at least 25% of credit hours as face to face lectures. but going entirely online is still not common in Arabic Region.
    My question and dream , as well, can I participate in your project (as volunteer) to add ARABIC language in your project that may help.
    knowing that:
    1) One out of every five persons in the Arab Region is between 15-24 years old and more
    than half of the population is below the age of 25.
    2) Each year, over 500,000 people enter the labour market in the ESCWA region, most (90%)
    are youth
    3)Arab countries have the highest regional youth unemployment rate in the world,
    particularly affecting young Arab females

    Thank you

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