OERF:Open Access Week 2010

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Webinar schedule

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1. International time  |  NZDT Mon, 18 Oct, 2010, Noon to 1pm  |  PDT  (LA) Sun, 17 Oct, 2010, 4pm - 5pm.
Crossing the OER chasm: From "sharing to learn" to "learning to share"
Wayne Mackintosh, Director OER Foundation.
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2. International time  |  NZDT Tue, 19 Oct, 2010, Noon to 1pm  |  PDT  (LA) Mon, 18 Oct, 2010, 4pm - 5pm.
Pass the baton: How to run a faster race.
Paul Seiler, Manager, New Zealand Ministry of Education.
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3. International time  |  NZDT Wed, 20 Oct, 2010, 11am to Noon  |  PDT  (LA) Tues, 19 Oct, 2010, 3pm - 4pm.
OERder out of Chaos - creating credentials with OER.
Paul Stacey, Director, BCcampus, Canada.
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4. International time  |  NZDT Wed, 20 Oct, 2010, Noon to 1pm  |  PDT  (LA) Tues, 19 Oct, 2010, 4pm - 5pm.
Generating strategic and competitive advantage: OER for sustainable education practice.
Phil Ker, Chief Executive, Otago Polytechnic.
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5. International time  |  NZDT Thur, 21 Oct, 2010, 11am to Noon  |  PDT  (LA) Wed, 20 Oct, 2010, 3pm - 4pm.

OER: Beyond the rhetoric.
Bronwyn Hegarty & Sarah Stewart, Educational Development Centre, Otago Polytechnic
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6. International time  |  NZDT Thur, 21 Oct, 2010, Noon to 1pm  |  PDT  (LA) Wed, 20 Oct, 2010, 4pm - 5pm.
An intellectual property policy for the times: Otago Polytechnic's open journey.
Robin Day, Deputy Chief Executive of Otago Polytechnic & Chair, OER Foundation Board of Directors.
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7. International time  |  NZDT Fri, 22 Oct, 2010, Noon to 1pm  |  PDT  (LA) Thur, 21 Oct, 2010, 4pm - 5pm.
Remixing Aotearoa.
Jane Hornibrook, Public Lead, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand.
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About Open Access Week

What is open access?

Open access is a global movement towards open, public access to scholarly research results. Open access week aims to broaden awareness, understanding and knowledge of the open movement.

More about Open Access Week

Why is OERF involved with open access week?

The OER Foundation has scheduled a number of webinars to promote the adoption and implementation of open access resources to support teaching, learning and research in education.

Join activities of our featured partners

The OER Foundation webinars are among many events taking place internationally. Join our Featured Partner institutions who are hosting open access week activities:

Athabasca University is Canada's premier online university and international leader in open education. Visit Athabasca University's Open Access Week activities.

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