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OpenMed Celebrates the Open Education Week

Thursday, March 30th, 2017 hrs 12.00 pm CEST, hrs 10.00 am GMT Doubts? Check the Time converter. Webinar: Towards a Regional OER Agenda for South Mediterranean Universities Link to the videoconference This webinar aims at presenting and discussing the OER Regional ...

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OER Strategy Forum in Amman on February 28, 2017

Within the framework of the OpenMed project “Opening-up Education in South-Mediterranean countries”, Princess Sumaya University of Technology in collaboration with the German Jordanian University and the Association of Arab Universities, organise the OER National Strategy Forums for Jordan on February 28, ...

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3 minutes about Open Education

Reposted from the blog of the OpenMed project by Carlos Fernández-Alameda, Science Journalist, UNIR Research UCC+i (research.ucc(at)unir.net) As part of the OpenMed project, UNIR has released a series of video interviews with Open Education experts about practices across the Mediterranean region. The contributions are ...

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The eMEDia Film presented in Brussels

For the past weeks, we have been working on the production of the eMEDia Film, a new documentary video about the eMEDia project “A bottom up approach for the design and pilot of a joint master course in cross-media journalism”. ...

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OpenMed: Yes We Can Inchallah: Morocco OER Strategy Forum

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Reposted from the blog of the Open Education Working Group By Daniel Villar-Onrubia & Javiera Atenas This week we had the opportunity to participate in the Morocco OER Strategy Forum hosted by Cadi Ayyad University in Marrakech as part of the OpenMed ...

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OpenMed: Egypt OER Strategy Forum

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On the 30th of November 2016, Cairo University hosted the OER National Strategy Forum for Egypt, “Towards a Strategy of Continuing Education and Open Educational Resources“, organised in collaboration with Alexandria University, in the framework of the OpenMed Project. The forum ...

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