Webinars for Open KnowledgeWorker
For your easy start with Open Knowledgeworker take part in one of our webinars, free of charge.
20 March, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm CET (in English language)
15 April, 01:30 pm - 03:30 pm CET (in German language)
14 May, 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm CET (in English language)
Open KnowledgeWorker @ openeducationweek 2014
Open KnowledgeWorker joins the world wide week of events on open education with two webinars:
10 March, 03:00-04:00 pm UTC
Possibilities and chances for Open Educational Ressources
Open Educational Resources are a new challenge for educational institutions, but also a great chance for all learners worldwide. However, within the last years, the focus has mainly been on making educational resources accessible worldwide and free of charge. The possibilities of “adaptation by a community of users”, which means that not only renowned academics, but all users may create, edit, share or translate educational material, are often disregarded. The webinar discusses the current upheaval in the creation, copying and distribution of learning materials, and in particular the problems with commercially prepared teaching aids. It gives a short insight into the recent developments of OER and finally presents Open Knowledge Worker as a free platform for the collaborative creation of eLearning content.
13 March, 01:00-02:00 pm UTC
You can do it! Create and share your knowledge for free
Jenny Weber will show you the community “Open KnowledgeWorker”, a collaborative online authoring platform for e-learning courses. This open platform enables everybody to not just share his/her knowledge as an educational resource in an interactive elearning course format: All contents are published under public copyright licenses (Creative Commons), so that the free reuse by the whole community is ensured. Users may also work together on courses and exchange tasks and comments via the system. Open KnowledgeWorker is free for everyone and accessible via a simple registration. All contents created must be published as Open Content – under an open license that enables reuse in other courses.