BISCUITS AND COORDINATION
Thanks to Terese Bird and Teresa McKInnon for co-ordinating the Open Ed SIG presence at ALT-C.
They organised the stand rota, dished out biscuits, talked to people about 'open' dished out biscuits, talked more and then also hosted the F2F DIG meeting.
Here are the key points from that meeting to share with all SIG members:
OE SIG Webinar 30 September 12.30-13.15
OE SIG Webinar Mid October date tbc Grainne Conole mid October - Open practice and open scholarship
OER16 Conference Edinburgh 19-20 April) Lorna Campbell (co-chairs OER16) spoke of the link between the SIG and the OER16 conference. Details so far at: https://oer16.oerconf.org/
DISCUSSION - TO INFORM SIG ACTIVITIES THIS YEAR
Everyone at the meeting was an existing Open Ed SIG member (so those of you who were there, please feel free to expand, correct or extend on this short summary.)
Lengthy and animated discussions and ideas emerged. Debbie Holley helpfully collected the key points raised which could be explored further on this JISCmail group.
Policy - influences in University, how to mobilise and operationalise
Stakeholder engagement - sharing good practice and research eg the Masters student project Open licences
How to promote OER across sectors a WBL and community learning
Implications for REF open access
Sustainability of content.
Repositories and what should we be saying about the closure of J word - JORUM!
Digital literacies and Open ED Practice.
Welsh and Scottish open declaration -how far do they reach all sectors of education / learning?