Educational Technology for Strong Schools: Using Open Pedagogy and Collaborative Writing to Create a Student-Authored Open Access Book

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Stefanie Panke
Israt Jahan Oeeshi

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Open educational resources (OER) are learning materials that are available for free under a creative commons license. Open educational resources and open-access materials have made it easy to connect students to a world of learning at their fingertips. This paper outlines how to use open-access textbooks as collaborative writing projects, drawing from a case study with 22 students at the Asian University for Women. The authors provide an overview of the intersection of open-access textbooks and collaborative writing projects and describe the case study results.

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Panke, S., & Jahan Oeeshi, I. (2024). Educational Technology for Strong Schools: Using Open Pedagogy and Collaborative Writing to Create a Student-Authored Open Access Book. International Journal for Educational Media and Technology, 17(2). Retrieved from https://ijemt.org/index.php/journal/article/view/316
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