On Monday 22nd June Jan Dlugosz University will host a seminar on openness in education. The seminar will be delivered as part of the LangOER teacher training sessions for Poland. Three invited speakers: Kamil Sliwowski (Creative Commons Polska), Tomasz Walasek ( Technical University, Czestochowa) and Przemek Stencel (Edukacja Online) will address various practical aspects of opening up academic classrooms. Our LangOER colleague Anna Skowron will present the project and explain the principles of open licensing.
A full programmes is available at:
LangOER project partners have been delivering teacher training courses on Open Educational Resources and Practices. The courses were taught in local languages and their aim was to make teachers produce open resources in less-taught languages: Lithuanian, Latvian, Swedish, Polish, Frysian and Greek. All participants were invited to take part in our LangOER competition!
The good news is that you can still access the online courses: all the materials, resources, activities etc. are available for browsing. You can learn at your pace, when and where you want, for free.
Explore the 7 training courses “Going Open with LangOER” in the following languages:
English | Polish | Latvian/Latgalian | Swedish | Lithuanian | Greek | Frysian
After a F2F session in Czestochowa, Poland