[Open-education] CFP - OER14: building communities of open practice

Suzanne Hardy suzanne.hardy at newcastle.ac.uk
Wed Sep 11 08:51:31 UTC 2013

Following the "OER14: building communities of open practice" announcement at ALT-C
we are calling for abstracts and papers:

OER14: building communities of open practice
28-29 April 2014, Centre for Life, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
enquiries at medev.ac.uk<mailto:enquiries at medev.ac.uk> @oer14 and #oer14

In collaboration with ALT-OESIG and
OCWC Global Conference 2014 (23-25 April 2014, Ljubljana)

Conference themes:
 • Building and linking communities of open practice
 • MOOCs and open courses
 • Academic practice, development and pedagogy
 • Open policy, research, scholarship and access
 • Students as users and co-creators

The following types of abstracts may be submitted online (available 1 Oct - 22 Nov 2013)
following which submissions will undergo peer review:
 • Oral presentations
 • Lightning talks
 • Interactive workshops
 • Posters (hard copy and electronic)
 • Fringe

The best abstracts within a theme may be selected for inclusion in a special issue of JIME.

Thank you for supporting this conference. We look forward to seeing you in Newcastle.

Megan Quentin-Baxter                                         Simon Thomson
Professor of Health Professions Education         Head of E-Learning & Teacher Fellow
Newcastle University, UK                                    Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

On behalf of the organising committee of very enthusiastic volunteers (thanks to all)!

Suzanne Hardy
Senior Advisor
Quality in Learning and Teaching (QuILT)
Student and Academic Services
Ground Floor, North Wing
King George VI Building
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne

Tel: 0191 222 3967

email: suzanne.hardy at ncl.ac.uk
mobile: 07790 905657
skype: glitt3rgirl

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