This webinar explores the rich offerings available to European educators in open access journals. It begins by sharing some “good reads” published over the past year and then discusses key lessons, tensions and takeaways emerging from a rich colour pallet of openly available literature in the field of open, online and digital education. Join a lively discussion with experienced authors and journal editors as we uncover some of the “nuggets” available to educators in the open access literature. The conversation aims to help demystify a number of critical reading strategies to support practitioners, scholarly professionals, and new and emerging researchers to successfully locate, critique and translate contemporary theory and research into practice, and back again. By the end of this webinar participants will be better equipped and more knowledgeable about how to locate, interpret and respond to relevant literature in their own educational contexts.
European Distance and E-learning Network
United Kingdom, Milton Keynes