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Wednesday, November 27 • 10:45 - 11:50
What can Open Education learn from Open Access and Open Science? Partnering with librarians to further Open Education

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Session Table Name: BELLAGIO

The core concept behind the World Cafe is to bring together librarians and a range of cross-disciplinary professionals to actively explore how we can better collaborate to increase, and rapidly, access to Open Education resources. This event is being proposed by the European Network of Open Education Librarians. Members of this growing group of academic librarians and OE stakeholders serve as OE ambassadors and facilitators, driving awareness and support for Open Education at our individual institutions. Thanks to the advances made in OA and OS in the past decade plus, the academic and scholarly communities have a store of relevant learnings to draw upon as we intensify efforts to move Open Education forward in Europe. But if we are to fully capitalize on all that we have learned, we must collaborate, partner -- share. Since our inception in Spring of 2018, our Network has done the foundational work of exploring the key challenges to implementing OE. Moving to the next phase of addressing these challenges requires that we draw many more voices into the conversation. Enter OE Global and the World Cafe. Our session would engage a broad swath of stakeholders and foster conversations around how to encourage partnerships and collaborations that advance Open Education.

Speakers
avatar for Vanessa Proudman

Vanessa Proudman

Director, SPARC Europe
avatar for Gaby Lutgens

Gaby Lutgens

Library | Education, skills & support, Maastricht University
My focus is on educational innovation, mainly from the perspective of e-learning and technology enhanced education. Open (and online) education combines both and offer a challenge to organise well. The library looks into services we can offer to teachers (creating and sharing open... Read More →
avatar for Hilde Van Wijngaarden

Hilde Van Wijngaarden

Library Director, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
OER librarians
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Jan Neumann

Head of Legal Affairs & Organization, Hochschulbibliothekszentrum des Landes NRW


Wednesday November 27, 2019 10:45 - 11:50
BL27 ground floor north corridor - World Cafe