These buttons take you to some key resources, all intended to help you envision, write, and implement your strategic plan.
Ongoing support is provided throughout the RLOE Leadership Program to help you develop and implement your open education strategic plan. Here is list of RLOE Participant Teams and Collaborators/Leaders pairings with contact information: Assigned Support Teams RLOE.
Here is a link to resources from synchronous sessions organized by date. These may include slides, links, videos, Jamboards, and other materials shared or referenced during live programming: Synchronous Sessions Resources by Date. You may want to revisit these conversations and resources while working on your strategic plan.
OER, OEP, and Student Basic Needs
These resources were specifically curated to help you as an RLOE Participant to envision, plan, and write your open education strategic plan. Click on each of the buttons below to be taken to a set of resources in three major areas: 1) OER, 2) OEP and Open Pedagogy, and 3) Student Basic Needs.
OEP and Open Pedagogy
Student Basic Needs
The Four Pillars
Structured to align with areas of action for the UNESCO OER Recommendation, RLOE also highlights four main pillars, drawing on the previous good work of colleagues in RLOE Phase I. You may find resources helpful to you as you think through, craft, and eventually implement your open education strategic plan. Click on each button below for further resources related to each RLOE Pillar.
Policy and Strategy