This course is adapted from the following works:
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Gaertner, David. Open Dialogues: How to engage and support students in open pedagogies, video, University of British Columbia. CC-BY.
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Hegarty, Bronwyn. Image: Hegarty’s Model for Using OER, from Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources (p.4), 2015, Educational Technology 55(4). 3-13. Copyright B. Hegarty.
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Wiley, David. “Open” Educational Resources vs “Open” Pedagogy: Why Meanings Matter. March 16, 2016. CC-BY.
“Complementary and Necessarily Bundled: Leveraging Partnerships to Bring Open Pedagogy to Scale”. Presented on October 11, 2017, at the 14th annual Open Education Conference in Anaheim, California. CC-BY.
Open Pedagogy: Connection, Community and Transparency. Campus Technology, November 12, 2014.
Pedagogy in Practice: Giving Space for Reflective Practice, Friday Institute, November 9, 2017, https://pllc.fi.ncsu.edu/2017/11/09/pedagogy-in-practice-giving-space-for-reflective-practice/
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