I'm facilitating a track on open educational practices for a 2-day professional development workshop in North Carolina end of May. And it's taking me a *really* long time to prepare because I want to read all the literature beforehand and make sure we do a bunch of cool interactive stuff and I'm creating a small website for it on my domain... . I'll finish on time but wish I had another month!
Here's the splash page about it: https://digitallearning.davidson.edu/ctl-two-day-workshop/
Will share the website when it's ready.
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