Open Education Leadership Essentials (OeLE) Event
January 27-28, Toronto, ON
Registration details to follow
The Open Education Leadership Essentials Event (OeLE) is a two-day event, designed by the CARL Open Education Working Group, to provide Canadian library practitioners with the information, skills and resources to lead open education initiatives. The event will engage participants with presentations, community building sessions, and hands-on activities that will provide participants with the building blocks to implement OE programs on their own campuses. This event is open to participants from any Canadian post-secondary educational institution. [Update: Please note that due to limited space, registration will be limited to one person per institution. A second person may be added to the waiting list for inclusion should the event not reach capacity.]
Although presentations will be in English, all documentation related to the event will be available in both English and French.
To prepare attendees for the OeLE, the CARL Open Education Working Group will be offering a series of webinars later this fall, including:
- Supporting Open Educational Practices from the Library (presented by Rajiv Jhangian, Associate Vice Provost, Open Education at Kwantlen Polytechnic University)
- Introduction to Canadian Copyright and Open Licensing for OER (presented by Amanda Wakaruk, Copyright Librarian, University of Alberta)
- Open Education Support Models: The Canadian Post-Secondary Landscape (presented by Laurie Morrison, Head, Liaison Services, Brock University Library and Mélanie Brunet, Copyright Services Librarian, University of Ottawa)
These webinars will be open to all, regardless of whether you are attending the OeLE event. More information about these webinars will be available shortly.
More information about the CARL OEWG can be found on the CARL Open Education webpage.