Open pedagogy is the practice of engaging with students as creators of information rather than simply consumers of information. It's a form of experiential, active, and innovative learning in which students demonstrate understanding through the act of creation. Students are active rather than passive participants in the creation of public knowledge and scholarship.
Open projects frequently result in the creation of OER. Like all OER which adhere to the 5 r's, they are openly licensed and can come in many forms and formats: fully self-contained textbooks, videos, quizzes, learning modules, databases and more.
Find out more about Open Pedagogy
in our Open Educational Resources (OER) guide.
Resilient Community Acts: Testimonial Video, Hannah Hafner
Activist Memoirs Database, Rose Porta; Denys M. Candy; and Jandon Center for Community Engagement, Smith College
Malthi in Media: Peopling an Ancient Village in Virtual Space, Rebecca Worsham, Sarah Kam, Annika Lof, Nora Sullivan, and Aurora Bagley
Climate in Arts and History: Promoting Climate Literacy Across Disciplines, Bosiljka Glumac
Tadoku Tree House, Atsuko Takahashi