#fdol141 topic 6: open educational practice @openfdol

Molyvos - Open Hotelroom Window

opening up: what does this mean for learning?
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Dear friends,

We hope you are all well and have used topic 5 to learn more about supporting learners  and identified opportunities to enhance your practice in this area.

As we are now entering our last topic please reflect on what you have learnt so far and how this relates to your practice. Feel free to do this in our Google+ community and/or your portfolio or personal learning space.

In topic 6 we will discuss open educational practice and you will have the opportunity to reflect and perhaps identify opportunities to open-up your courses.

Some of you have enjoyed the last few Tweetchats and we are really pleased about this. We will be offering the final Tweetchat this Wednesday at 8pm UK time, with Sue Beckingham and David Hopkins. As this is the last Tweetchat it wouldbe great if you can all join in,  for further information please see fdolchat.

Finally, we hope that you can join us for a final course discussion in a webinar where we invite you to share your reflections, lessons learned and ideas for future development. This interactive webinar will use a variety of interactive tools (polls, shared whiteboard, chat and voice) to discuss what we have learned in FDOL141 and serve as a nice wrap-up session for everyone involved.
So book the time in your diaries and join us

FDOL141: Lessons learned and the way forward?

Friday 28 March, 14.00 UK 15.00 CET
Adobe Connect https://meet92084261.adobeconnect.com/fdol/

Let’s continue the conversation in our FDOL community!

See you all online.

The FDOL team

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