Author: Dominique Scheffel-Dunand & Sushumna Rao
Hosted by: canvas.instructure.com
Submitted by: Dominique Scheffel-Dunand
Date Submitted: janvier 29, 2024
This Camerise course is developed by the Camerise Project at York University is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education and by Canadian Heritage. This free massively open online course (MOOC) focuses on the foundations and contemporary challenges of open, inclusive and accessible education in pre-university and higher education in Ontario. It mobilizes an approach centered on the values of openness and respect for diversity to support the development of an inclusive and eco-responsible posture among those working in the FSL and ASL education milieu in Ontario and within the Plural Francophonie.
This course is composed of two modules presenting the importance of OER and free licenses (developed by Creative Commons). Detailed instructions are also provided for creating these resources using H5P. The goal of this course is to help you use OER and create interactive content with H5P. It is offered as self-paced and in an asynchronous format between December 1st, 2023 and April 30th, 2024. You can request synchronous meetings with the two facilitators when needed.Save to Board