Open Education Week events

You might be thinking, what is Open Education Week?  Well, it is nothing less than a week of events, online and live local, aimed at raising awareness of the open education movement.  And what is the open education movement, you query?  It’s about sharing, reducing barriers, and increasing access to education.

In honor of Open Education Week, MLibrary is hosting a series of events during the week of March 11-15.

Please join us for these exciting events!

“The (not really) Secret Life of Wikipedia”
Cliff Lampe, Assistant Professor of Information, School of Information
Monday, March 11, 1:00-2:30 pm (Coffee and snacks provided)
Library Gallery, Hatcher Graduate Library

Lightning Talks: What Open Education Means to Me
Tuesday, March 12, 2:00-3:30 pm (Coffee and snacks provided)
Clark Library workshop space

Interactive Discussion: Reflecting on Online Learning
Wednesday, March 13, 1:30-2:30 pm
Center for Entrepreneurship, Shapiro

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon for Collections
Wednesday, March 13, 4:00-6:00 pm
Hatcher Gallery Lab

Connected Learning Kick Off Symposium
Friday, March 15, 11:30-4 pm
Library Gallery, Hatcher
Lunch provided (RSVP necessary:

For detailed event descriptions, please see the Open Education Week general announcement.  More information about Open Education Week can be found here:

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