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Wellbeing in Educational Contexts
by Susan Carter and Cecily Andersen
Opening Eyes onto Inclusion and Diversity
by Susan Carter, Professor Lindy-Anne Abawi, Professor Jill Lawrence, Associate Professor Charlotte Brownlow, Renee Desmarchelier, Melissa Fanshawe, Kathryn Gilbey, Michelle Turner, and Jillian Guy
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Open Educational Practice Special Interest Group
The Open Educational Practice Special Interest Group (OEP-SIG) provides practitioners, researchers and advocates a platform for collaboration, support and development at both the individual and institutional levels and create a strong community of practice and representation for OEP in Australasia.
Join the OEP-SIG to keep up to date with new developments.
Ed Talks: Open Education Resources
James Glapa-Grossklag visited RMIT from the College of the Canyons in Southern California to talk to us about the importance of Open Educational Resources (OERs). As the Dean of Educational Technology, he says that OERs can benefit all students and all learners.
OERs are openly licensed learning materials that can be repurposed, shared, copied and edited to allow easier sharing of information and “remove barriers to student success”, such as the main barrier of cost.