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A. Please email us and we’ll gladly provide you with an editing link.
A. All contributions to the Open Education Week are certainly welcome, but they are not a requirement to be able to participate.
Here are some ideas on how to engage:
A. Follow #OEWeek on social media to get updates!
A. Your activity will be featured on the OE Week Schedule and included in our social media communications. Generate more excitement by promoting it through your networks and communication channels.
Please use the hashtag #OEWeek on social media, so we can find it and amplify your messages.
A. A Creative Commons (CC) License is a free, easy-to-use copyright license that provides a simple, standardized way to give your permission to share and allow others use your work.
A. Only openly licensed resources are featured on the OE Week website.
Learn more about how to apply an open license to your resources.
A. Yes. Please go ahead and submit your contribution. All activities, even ones hosted outside the ‘official’ week, are featured and promoted on the OE Week website and become part of the library available anytime.
A. No. Please submit your contribution in any language. We love to see Open Education expressed in a variety of languages and cultures.
A. Open Education Week is an annual platform to show the world what’s happening in Open Education. This is an opportunity to involve your colleagues, students, policymakers, and friends in open education activities and events. With attention focused on open education around the globe, people gather to share their own experiences with ‘openness’. Submit a contribution and let the world see the ways you’re making a difference. Join us throughout the week and meet the wonderful community behind the open education movement.