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6.2: Types of Open Institutional Initiatives
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- Fanshawe OER Design Studio The Fanshawe OER Design Studio provides support to faculty and staff looking to adopt or create open educational resources (OERs) to be used by students in Fanshawe courses and programs.
- Ontario Tech University – Open Education Lab is a student-run, staff-managed group that brings content and technological expertise to the timely creation of high quality OER that will be used directly in an Ontario Tech course by Ontario Tech students.
- Centennial College OER LAB The OER Lab is a student-run, staff-managed service, providing support in OER development and adaptation to the Centennial College community.
- eCampus Ontario OER Rangers are a network of educators advancing the open movement at higher education institutions across Ontario. Using open practices, rangers lead others to develop OER and make education more affordable, accessible, and effective.
- eCampus Ontario – Ontario Open Library Network (OOLN) is a space for librarians, faculty, students, instructional designers, and educational technologists interested in Open Education to exchange ideas. Get started by joining the Slack channel.
- Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Open Education Working Group is a group of Canadian librarians working in and committed to open education (OE). The group is designed to offer experienced insight towards ensuring ongoing relevance of CARL’s open education activities, and towards creating high-quality opportunities for librarians to develop capacity and leadership skills in open education. Its activities and programs are designed to bolster this emerging area of practice and support the development of national leadership in this arena. In 2023 the Open Education Working Group (OEWG) moved into the newly formed Advancing Teaching and Learning Committee (ATLC) at CARL.
- brings together information about OER initiatives at Ontario Colleges.