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June 28, 2016

MVLRI Webinar – 6/29 at 2pm EDT

Note this event tomorrow…

Learn about how teachers are using open educational resources…
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Teacher Perceptions and Use of Open Educational Resources
Wednesday, 6/29/16, 2pm EDT

This session will highlight findings from an international survey of over 600 teachers in face-to-face, online and blended settings examining how teachers adapt rather than adopt open educational resources and the importance of changing teacher habits in the quest to mainstream OER.

Beatriz de los Arcos, The Open University

All webinars are held via Adobe Connect ( Attendees are encouraged to participate in our webinar sessions using the text chat window. We also encourage attendees to chat on Twitter using #MVLRIchat.

The recording of our previous webinar, featuring research and discussion on K-12 online credit recovery courses with research from the American Institutes for Research, is now available on our YouTube channel. View it here.
OLC Accelerate is a conference focused on quality online learning and the sharing of best practices to advance innovation in learning worldwide. The conference is being held in Orlando from November 16-18this year. Registration is currently open and more information can be foundhere.
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