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  1. Sep 2020
    1. What roles do you think digital technologies and the internet have played in making open education possible? Are there types of open educational activities that are dependent on digital technologies and the internet?

      Significant and massive role!! Digital technologies enabled us from creating, sharing, accessing, publishing, reusing, finding, and collaborating on open content. Except for human intellectual efforts, almost every aspect of OE owes to digital technologies.

    2. What does open education mean to you? Are there activities in the list that are part of your regular educational practice? What are they and why do you participate in them? What value do they bring to your educational practice?

      I think 'open education' means flexible access to educational content, that is with following the open licenses conditions, anyone can benefit from accessing content and use for different purposes. Reusability is a main factor that enables open content to grow and improve.

      I lead a project that generate resources of pedagogical approaches that are published under CC licenses. These resources are generated within HEI (internal team and academics across faculties) where we encourage sharing this type of knowledge (i.e. teaching approaches) among others.

    3. Student assignments that promote student publishing or participating on the open web (open teaching or open pedagogy)

      Open pedagogy is an important approach to tap into student-generated content. Generative learning theory has so much potential to foster learning experience and maximise leanring outcomes.