Overview

A one-day MozFest fringe event celebrating the Open Web as a socio-technical ecosystem for teaching, learning, scholarly communication and public engagement!

Join us to share, learn and participate in how the Open Web can be utilised in different educational contexts and why it is core to the development of digital literacies and critical pedagogy approaches.

The event is a follow-up to both the Open Web for Learning & Teaching Expertise Hub (OWLTEH), an initiative kick-started throughout the Mozilla Open Leaders Programme (cohort 5), and the Domains Conference 2017.

When?

25th October 2018,
from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm.

Where?

Coventry Transport Museum Millennium Place, Hales St, Coventry CV1 1JD

Programme

Find the schedule of the conference and abstracts for talks, workshops and more:

Join us!

Book your FREE place now by following the links below.

Public

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CU Staff

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What do we mean by ‘the Open Web’?

We are not prescriptive in terms of what the Open Web is and, indeed, we acknowledge it is a loosely defined term that can be interpreted in different ways. However, we are keen on contributions focusing on digital practices that involve the use of online technologies that are aligned with the founding principles of the World Wide Web (WWW), imagined by its creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee as an open platform that would allow everyone, everywhere to share information, access opportunities, and collaborate across geographic and cultural boundaries.”

Creating a web domain – through some open source web publishing applications or simply using plain HTML – is a quintessential example of the Open Web. However, many other tools and platforms can be described as instances of the Open Web (the OWLTEH catalogue gathers some examples).

Who is it for?

The event is aimed at anyone interested in teaching-learning practices that involve using the Open Web, whether already doing it or simply wishing to do so. In particular, it will be relevant to Academics, Learning Technologists, Academic Developers, Instructional Designers and professionals working in HE, FE or community / adult education.