Open Research Week 2022

Making open education FAIR: principles, practice and the National Teaching Repository

2:30pm - 4:00pm / Tuesday 15th February 2022
Type: Webinar / Category: Research
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Making open education FAIR: principles, practice and the National Teaching Repository

Dr Dawne Irving Bell, Senior Lecturer in Teaching and Learning Development., Centre for Learning and Teaching Edge Hill University and Liam Bullingham Research Support Librarian Edge Hill University.

Digital technologies are allowing for educational resources to be more open than ever before. Allowing users to discover and learn, and educators to gain greater recognition for their work and demonstrate their contribution to the scholarship of teaching and learning. This talk will introduce the National Teaching Repository, a digital space where educators can upload teaching resources and consider FAIR principles.