Now that you have had a chance to explore the “Ontario Extend Collaborator Module,” and you’ve learned how to build personal learning networks to share information to enhance your teaching and learning practice, it’s time to examine new ways to participate within the greater open community.
What does it mean to share and participate in open communities?
What is the impact of doing so?
The video below explains why it is important to share content and how open educational resources (OER) enable pathways for collaboration across stakeholders toward enhanced course materials and more equitable education for all.
Open Education Matters: Why is it important to share content? by Nadia Mireles licensed under CC-BY 3.0.