Hello Don Beadle here from Canada's West Coast, Roberts Creek, just North of Vancouver, British Columbia
Open Education Week
Here is some information I received from Cable Green and Mary Lou Forward on Open Education Week March 5 2012 [OERU] Open Education Week -Don x
Cable Green email@example.com 4:34 PM (20 hours ago)
Greetings Open Colleagues:
Please help spread the word re: Open Education Week! 10 days to go.
Please take the time to send to your colleagues, your institutions, post to your blog and other channels and add the Open Education Week banner to your site.
Details below and press release, that you can reuse and remix, is attached.
Kudos to the Open Courseware Consortium for leading this celebration and global awareness raising event.
Cable Green Director of Global Learning Creative Commons
From: Mary Lou Forward <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: February 20, 2012
- Open Education Week contributions and publicity
Dear Open Education Week planning group:
We’re in the final 10 days before the start of open education week. Now is the time to let everyone know about open education week! Attached is the press release that will start to be distributed tomorrow, Tuesday 21 Feb. Feel free to modify it with your own quote and distribute it to local or national press contacts. You will find web banners, a poster and slide templates on the www.openeducationweek.org website under the “resources” tab. Please get the word out through your contacts, blogs, social media, newsletters, etc. We want as many people to learn about open education week as possible. Open Education Week will feature: · Over 35 webinars open to participation from anyone · Virtual tours, pre-recorded presentations and documents · Short introduction videos on aspects of open education, like what are open educational resources? and why is open policy important? · Discussion area with blog and twitter feeds · Resource links · Contributions from over 130 organizations and institutions · Receptions for policy makers in Europe and the US We are holding a press call to introduce open education week on 5 March. The call will feature remarks on open education by Martha Kanter, US Under Secretary of Education and will be conducted in English. If you have media contacts that you would like us to invite to this call, please contact me by 27 February.
This week we’ll launch the completely redesigned openeducationweek.org website with a lot of the content available for preview (we will have all content available beginning March 5). If you are thinking of contributing something else, it’s not too late, but we need to have it soon. Please let us know as soon as possible what else you plan to contribute. We still need links to informative resources, particularly those in languages other than English.
We welcome your input and suggestions, and we’re counting on you to help us attract a large audience for open education week.
Thank you! Mary Lou
E Book Publishing
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