In this module we have examined the interrelationship between community, sharing and collaboration. The importance and benefits of collaborating as an open educator were shared — as well as the barriers. The resources needed to support a culture of sharing within our institution — and more broadly — were explored.
Lastly, we discovered the ways in which we can engage in open communities. The information and resources shared in this module are valuable for engaging in open practice, but sometimes it is hard to begin without first understanding the destination. In the accordion below, you will find some examples of how others have shared openly and worked collaboratively to create new resources.
Recall that the sharing of knowledge leads to the creation of new knowledge. Contribute to the repository of open work examples!
Search open communities, and open repositories to find some examples of work that has been done openly and share to this Google Doc so that these examples can be built upon or inspire new work.
Making Sense of Open Education-Day 2 Building Open Community by Jenni Hayman is licensed under CC BY 4.0 International
Making Sense of Open Education-Day 12 Open Collaboration by Jenni Hayman is licensed under CC BY 4.0 International