Webinar 13 Inclusive and Equitable OER

This webinar addresses the Inclusive and Equitable OER UNESCO OER action area. A recording of this session will be added as soon as possible.


UNESCO OER Action Area: Inclusive and Equitable OER

Webinar Chair: Ebba Ossiannilsson @EbbaOssiannilsson

When (converted to your local time):
Duration: 2h 30m

Language: English

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Webinar Recording

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Greetings from Lund in Sweden. My name is Ebba Ossiannilsson, professor in Innovation, Open and Online Learning. I am Chair of the ICDE OER Advocacy Committee and ICDE OER Ambassador. I am the VP for the Swedish Association for Distance Education, in Sweden. I’ll be chairing this Webinar session 13 focusing on UNESCO OER Recommendation – Inclusive and Equitable OER
A quick reminder that each of you will have 20 minutes for your presentation. If things run smoothly, this should then leave us approximately 30 minutes in the end for discussion and taking comments/questions from participants.

May I suggest we keep the running order as stated in the program above? That would be as follows:

See you soon
A warm welcome

Dear Speakers for the session 29 september (6pm CEST)
A warm welcome and I am looking forward to Chair the session and listening to your insights and reflections
In case, please upload your presentation here at OEGlobal Connect
Thank you!
See you later and good luck

Links mentioned in the webinar chat:

ICDE OER Advocacy Committee: https://www.icde.org/knowledge-hub/icde-oer-advocacy-committee

Please click on the link for more information about BOEI: https://youtu.be/m8imJ4Ezn04

I have been powerfully impacted by the BOEI online course

We added a feature to OEG Connect to add to your profile an audio pronunciation for your name https://connect.oeglobal.org/t/add-hear-my-name-to-your-oeg-connect-profile/2568

#OpenEdInfluencers https://twitter.com/search?q=%23OpenEdInfluencers&src=typed_query&f=live

Traditional vs Open Textbooks https://youtu.be/X10OaD2Vym8

or https://engage.mandela.ac.za/course/view.php?id=19



Open translanguaging as internal localization: towards inclusive and equitable access of quality OER (slides)

Wikipedia on translanguaging https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Translanguaging

Open translanguaging as internal localization: towards inclusive and equitable access of quality OER0


Our GOGN_OER picture storybook is an exercise in sharing the values of Open in mother tongues. we have about 30 translations already, come add more? Check more out here: https://connect.oeglobal.org/t/openly-licensed-picture-book/2229

\EDU COOP see https://centrumcyfrowe.pl/spoled/

British Columbia Open EdTech Cooperative — their motto is “Contributions Not Contracts” https://opened.ca/


eDOER is here https://labs.tib.eu/edoer

Presentaion: Open translanguaging as internal localization: towards inclusive and equitable access of quality OER (slides)

eDoer platform: https://www.edoer.eu


#oeroadmap https://twitter.com/hashtag/oeproadmap?src=hashtag_click&f=live



The OpenEdInfluencers’ #OpenEdColloquium21 content is now up and includes that hilarious video. Check it out https://connect.oeglobal.org/t/are-you-a-puppet-for-education-meet-a-real-one-at-the-openedcolloquium21-mandelauni/3019 and sign up.


Get on the open pedagogy road with the map https://oeproadmap.psu.edu/

Open Pedagogy … not to be confused with #OpenPetagogy - https://connect.oeglobal.org/t/petagogy-at-oeglobal21-share-your-pet-pic/2670/28

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Recording of the session:

Thank you all for presenting and @EbbaOssiannilsson for being chair.