Open Education: do not reinvent the wheel, get inspired

Open Education: do not reinvent the wheel, get inspired

31 Oct 2019

Open Education is part of Open Science, as became clear during the Open Science event last Friday, 25 October. Leo Köhler (FHML) presented the TOOL2-project and Costas Papadopoulos (FASoS) showed us the DARIAH Teach Platform. Both are great examples of collaboration on an (inter)national level in developing, creating, sharing and working with online material for education (funded by OCW/SURF). These open platforms allow teaching staff to (re)use high quality material for their own education.​

Interested in these and other topics discussed during the event?

See the news item on UM Library’s Open Science event: An important step on the road to Open Science at UM.


Want more information?

Do you have questions on Open Education or Open Educational Resources, or would you like to get in contact with UM Library staff for support? Visit UM Library’s website on Open Education or contact Gaby Lutgens via the contact form below.


From left to right: Costas Papadopoulos and Leo Köhler.

Author: Henriëtta Hazen, Coordinator Skills & Academic Support


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