March 13, 2017
Remi Kalir, one of the organizers of the open annotation project Marginal Syllabus, explains how the project is an example of open educational resources (OER) and open educational practices (OEP), and its potential for ongoing teacher education.
“We’re now more than halfway through the academic year, and as a Marginal Syllabus organizer I’ve been thinking a lot about how this experiment in equity-oriented, publicly networked, and interest-driven educator learning relates to open educational resources (OER) and open educational practices (OEP). This post is a rough attempt to connect dots by addressing the following question: How are everyday digital spaces transformed into open learning environments, and what might this look like for educator learning?”
Interested in finding out more? Read the full article at Marginal Syllabus.