OpenMed at the first OER Seminar in Tunisia
On the 27th of October, the OpenMed project has been represented by Cristina Stefanelli at “The 1st International Open Educational Resources (OER) Seminar in Tunisia”, held in Sousse and organised under the auspices of the UNESCO Chair in OER at the University of Sousse, prof. Sana Harbi.
The seminar’s primary aim was to raise awareness about OER. It’s been also an opportunity to inform and engage the audience about the opportunities and benefits of OER and Open Education practices in Tunisia and the MENA region, and to start discussing the OpenMed OER Agenda with HE managers and educators in Tunisia.
For more information about the Seminar, click here
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— UNESCOunivsousseOER (@UNESCOunivOER) October 28, 2016
— sana (@sanaayaamiraah1) October 27, 2016
— Cristina Stefanelli (@cri_ste) October 27, 2016