Verena Roberts (Thompson Rivers University), Nicole Neutzling (University of Calgary)
As we consider how to globally build OER capacity by being accessible, inclusive and equitable in multiple learning contexts, this presentation amplifies the potential for podcasting. Podcasting provides a cost-effective means to develop an open portal for developing relationships, co-designing learning, sharing knowledge and building digital communities to amplify a range of perspectives (voices) on the topic of Open Education and how it is envisioned and expressed in each unique context. This Global Open Graduate Network (#GO-GN) Fellowship project, called #OpenVoices will highlight the potential of podcasting through research and data collection for the current impact and use in practice, examples from OEP focused collections as well as sharing resources to create your own podcast within your personal learning context. This presentation is an update of current research and potential OEP empowered by the multiple voices podcasting affords.
Extended abstract: OE_Global_2021_paper_76.pdf 📄
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