The Open Education Policy Forum by Centrum Cyfrowe (Poland) is on its way. Save the date on September 14-15 as this year’s Forum will be unique. We want to bring together Open Education and Open Culture movements to zoom into the opportunities and challenges of having cultural heritage applied for educational purposes.
The main event will see a launch of a new European study report by Centrum Cyfrowe conducted in cooperation with Europeana, and EuroClio. It will focus on the usage of GLAM educational digital resources, interactive materials, and online digitized collections by teachers and educators.
Every year the Forum gathers leading activists, practitioners, advocates, and policymakers from around the world to discuss the value of Open Education.
Registration is now open for all events. We would be delighted if you join us at this year’s Forum premier of our study and as Workshop participants.
Here you can find the registration FORM.
7-minute presentation of the most inspiring open education projects:
● Natalia Walter, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Online support for teachers – about MOOC experiences during and after the pandemic
● Veronica Boix Mansilla, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA
Exploring human migration through digital museum collections- Principles and practice
● Leo Havemann, The Open University, UK
Institutional policies for Open Education
● Frederik De Ridder, Meemoo- Flemish Institute for Archives, Belgium The Archive for Education
● Aleksandra Janus, Centrum Cyfrowe, Poland
Roundtables and workshops
Share your perspective and experience during the discussions on composing future policies supporting the development of the open movement.
● Shaping best policies for GLAM-based open educational resources [roundtable]
● Digital cultural heritage resources supporting open education [workshop] Polish language
● Cultural Heritage Data as Open Knowledge [roundtable]
Find out about all the details on the Forum website