Did you miss OCWC14 (“Open Education for a Multicultural World”) in Ljubljana, Slovenia at the end of May? Were you at the conference but missed a session? Well, fear not … videos of the presentations have been made available online! You can browse available sessions here.

As you may be aware, a number of the OER Research Hub team participated in the conference. Click on the photos below to be taken to the relevant presentation…

The OER Research Hub’s Bea de los Arcos reported back on her research with the Flipped Learning Network in “Flipping with OER: K12 teachers’ views of the impact of open practices on students.”

Another of our researchers, Rob Farrow, gave participants an overview of the development and purpose of our Impact Map in “OER Impact: Collaboration, Evidence, Synthesis.”

Rob also co-presented with Linked Fellow Una Daly (CCCOER) on “OER Impact in Community Colleges.”

And OER Research Hub Open Fellow Alannah Fitzgerald told us more about “Flexible Open Language Education for a Multilingual World.”

OER Research Hub Open Fellow Leigh-Anne Perryman also co-presented on OER localisation with TESS-India colleagues at OCWC14. Read more on her presentation here.

Slides of all OCWC14 presentations are available on the OER Research Hub’s Slideshare account.

You can also re-read related OER Research Hub blog posts. Highlights include Leigh-Anne’s Storify of our time in Slovenia and the project being awarded an OCWC Open Research award.