The goal of the Open Pedagogy Portal is to feature renewable assignments, student work product, and teaching and learning resources related to and in support of open pedagogy.
For example, you can find write-ups and case studies of renewable assignments from specific disciplines and courses, as well as the student work product that resulted from them (if available and openly licensed). Additionally, there are teaching and learning resources such as infographics, professional development materials, and training materials to help you grow your work with open pedagogy.
The Open Pedagogy Portal builds on the formative work of incredible open advocates Robin DeRosa and Rajiv Jhangiani and their Open Pedagogy Notebook.
We’re hoping to create a robust directory of open pedagogy resources. Thank you for your support of these efforts and for your continued partnership in making education more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable.
The Open Pedagogy Portal accepts submissions for renewable assignments, associated student work product, and teaching and learning resources. The materials are defined as follows:
Renewable Assignments: submission of renewable assignments can be both the authentic assignment given in a course, as well as materials that support that assignment such as library modules and student work product. Additional write-ups or case studies can be submitted with the authentic assignment as well.
Student Work Product: these materials are authentic student work that is associated with a specific renewable assignment. Student work product must be submitted with the renewable assignment it resulted from.
Teaching and Learning Resources: these are materials that are designed to teach others about open pedagogy. Examples may include infographics, blog posts, slide decks, or other professional development and training materials one might use to educate colleagues or students.
All content must be openly licensed with a license that allows for editing. Student work product may be licensed under an editing restrictive license. We accept materials licensed with GNU and Creative Commons (CC) licenses.
All content must be in use at a higher education institution. Submissions for K-12 material will not be accepted.