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GO-GN at #OEGlobal21

It’s almost time! Next week sees the annual OE Global conference bring together the international open education community to share and discuss their work. This year’s online event features recorded, live and interactive sessions plus social events and other opportunities to connect with others around the world, throughout the week.

We’re thrilled to see so many GO-GN alumni and members in the programme. To help you keep track of all the GO-GN awesomeness, here’s a handy list of sessions in one place. We’ve also included details of our own interactive session (please do drop by during the week to hear from some of our fabulous members) and the team’s presentations.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!

GO-GN Members and Alumni

Live Sessions 

Monday 27 September

17.00-18.50BST Webinar 02 Capacidad para construir (Building Capacity) featuring Universidad digital: alfabetización crítica para la transformación de las prácticas docentes (Digital University: critical literacy for the transformation of teaching practices) (Virginia Rodés, Ada Czerwonogora, Mariana Porta y Carla Margenat)

17.00-19.30BST Webinar 04 Building Capacity featuring #OpenVoices Project: Amplifying Global Perspectives of Open Educational Practices (OEP) through Podcasting (Verena Roberts and Nicole Neutzling)

Tuesday 28 September

13.00-15.30BST Webinar 07 Building Capacity, Developing Supportive Policy featuring Global study on Open Education and Open Science: Practices, use cases and potentials during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond (Christian M. Stracke, Daniel Burgos, Ramesh Chander Sharma, Cécile Swiatek, Aras Bozkurt, Grainne Conole, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Jon Mason, Chrissi Nerantzi, Jane-Frances Obiageli Agbu, María Soledad Ramírez Montoya, Jin Gon Shon, Andreia Inamorato dos Santos, Robert Farrow, Marian Wan, Gema Santos-Hermosa and Özlem Karakaya)

Wednesday 29 September

17.00-19.10BST Webinar 13 Inclusive and Equitable OER featuring Becoming an Open Education Influencer: The Nelson Mandela University Student Advocates’ Experience of Sharing BOEI
(Kelly Liberty, Mlungisi Mhlongo, Molya Vundamina and Gino Fransman)

21.00-23.30BST Webinar 15Inclusive and Equitable OER featuring Informed Open Pedagogy in the Classroom: Bringing Students into Working Open (Cynthia Mari Orozco)

Thursday 30 September

13.00-15.10BST Webinar 16 Building Capacity, Sustainable OER, Developing Supportive Policy featuring Is the ‘Rich-Club’ Effect Impoverishing Our Open Communities? (Max Mahmoud Wardeh and Sarah Hutton) and Landscapes, maps and territories of open education policy – where do we go from here?
(Leo Havemann and Javiera Atenas)

Friday 1 October

09.00-11.30BST Webinar 21 Facilitating International Cooperation featuring Developing and implementing an OER to foster critical data literacy in HE educators – An international cooperation programme
(Caroline Kuhn, Javiera Atenas, Leo Havemann, Carolina Veiga, Manuel Podetti and Virginia Rodes)

19.00-21.30BST Webinar 24 Building Capacity, Developing Supportive Policy, Facilitating International Cooperation featuring Open Education Co-Design as a Participatory Pedagogy in an Online Graduate Class
Nicole Neutzling, Verena Roberts, Barb Brown, Michele Jacobsen, Christie Hurrell and Mia Travers-Hayward

Asynchronous interactive activities (available throughout the conference duration)

Pragmatic Approaches to Wicked Problems: An OER Small Wins Framework (Jenni Hayman)

Together: The Values of Open Education. Collaborating Internationally and Creating an Openly Licensed Picture Book. Now what? #GOGN (Gino Fransman, Chrissi Nerantzi, Paola Corti and Ody Frank)

Peacebuilding Within High-Risk Communities In South Africa (Earl Mentor, Gino Fransman and Neill Wylie)

Rethinking and recasting the textbook with open educational practices (Michelle Harrison, Tannks Morgan, Irwin Devries and Michael Paskevicius)

Open Textbooks in Africa (Glenda Cox, Maha Bali, Judith Pete, Bianca Masuku and Michelle Willmers)

Cultivating an inter-institutional community with a focus on OER: reflections from brokers (Marjon Baas, Robert Schuwer, Roeland van der Rijst, Tjark Huizinga and Wilfried Admiraal)

Open Practice Discussion on Online Social Elements in Education – What Worked or Didn’t Work in the Past Year
(Naomi Wahls, Martijn Ouwehand and Wiebe Dijkstra)

Pre-recorded presentations

Building open capabilities: A national approach (Catherine Cronin)

Better Textbooks, Better Graduate Outcomes: Diversifying OER texts as part of curriculum renewal (Sarah Lambert)

GO-GN Team 

The Global OER Graduate Network (GO-GN): Research Showcase, Collaboration & Consultation
(Beck Pitt, Martin Weller, Robert Farrow and Francisco Iniesto)

Live Sessions

Monday 27 September

09.00-11.00BST Webinar 01 (Building Capacity) featuring Innovating Open Education: Critical Pathways and Communities of Practice (Robert Farrow)

Tuesday 28 September

09.00-11.10 Webinar 06 (Building Capacity) featuring Pathways to Learning: International Collaboration Under Covid-19 (Robert Farrow, Anne Adams, Magreth Bushesha, Olivier Biard, Simon Cross, Chris Edwards, Matthew Foster, Margaret Ebubedike, Christothea Herodotou, Nashwa Ismail, Felix K Olakulehin, Kate Lister, Khehla Ndlovu, Edephonce Nfuka, Dorothy Ofoha, Rachel Rogers, Kris Stutchbury and Denise Whitelock)

Friday 1 October

09.00-11.30BST Webinar 21 Facilitating International Cooperation featuring Enhancing Research Communities Through Open Collaboration: The GO-GN Guide to Conceptual Frameworks (Robert Farrow)

Photo credit: Digital Abstract Expressionism by Simon G.Bradley Roberts is licensed CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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