Open Education is being discussed at PCF9
Between 9 and 12 September, the 9th Pan-Commonwealth forum (PCF9) is being held in Edinburgh, Scotland. On this meeting, different stakeholders in the field of education (policy makers, academics, representatives of the civil society) discuss the future of education in light of the issues of the fourth industrial revolution.
One of the important questions that is being discussed at PCF9 is also Open Education. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič will also be attending the event and sitting on the panel on Common Frameworks for Sharing Openly Licensed Educational Materials.
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