The Opening Educational Practices in Scotland (OEPS) project advise, co-develop and collaborate with a wide range of organisations regarding the development of open content and open courses.
All courses are self-paced and openly licensed so resources can be remixed and reused.
The badged open course Becoming an Open Educator was developed by the OEPS project team and community reviewed. With a focus on open educational practices (OEP) the course explores how becoming more open in your practice might impact on learning and teaching. This course is aimed at educators, facilitators and administrators across all sectors.
Read more about the course’s development. The course was formerly launched in September 2016.
My Seaweed Looks Weird
Co-created with the Scottish Association for Marine Sciences (SAMS) at the University of the Highlands and Islands the open course My Seaweed Looks Weird takes a deep dive into the latest marine science research to help participants identify seaweed parasites. This course is aimed at anyone involved in seaweed production and cultivation.
The course was launched in May 2016.
Working together with Parkinsons UK the open badged course Understanding Parkinson’s was launched in May 2016. The course is aimed at health or social care professionals who are providing support for people with Parkinson’s and their families.
You can also read our Preliminary findings: Evaluation of a Pilot Cohort studying Understanding Parkinson’s
How to make an open online course
How to make an open online course explains how to design, structure and produce your own open online course. It was written by the Free Learning Team at The Open University and includes sections by the OEPS project team.
A further nine courses developed with OEPS partners are in production.
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