Enabling equity and inclusion for asylum seekers and refugees through open education – Part II
Art of E-learning
Well, the OER19 conference came and went on 10-11 April, and I am finally catching up. I wish I could express the joy that the OER conference sparks in me every year for the opportunity to meet up with my open education “tribe”, and be stimulated, challenged and provoked into thinking in new ways about openness. This conference was no exception from previous ones, and I came back bursting with new ideas that will no doubt find their way into my blog over the coming months. But first, I would like to share an update on the panel presentation I convened on enabling equity and inclusion for asylum seekers and refugees through open education. This blog post follows on from Part 1 with the same title, which was written before the conference.
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