INFOhio’s Open Space is a place for creation and collaboration for educators
Being an educator has its challenges. How many hours are spent searching for a lesson plan that meets your needs, only to find you are not allowed to edit it? How often have you wished you could collaborate with another educator to create the perfect learning resource but you don’t know who that educator might be or how to connect? INFOhio’s Open Space can help resolve these challenges.
As INFOhio’s newest open educational resource (OER) platform, Open Space empowers Ohio’s preK-12 educators to create and share digital learning tools that promote innovative and collaborative learning. Developed in partnership with the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME), Open Space provides Ohio’s educators a unique platform that enables educators to create a free community of creation for all Ohio educators.
Ready to create and collaborate with educators across the state? Signing up is easy! Visit the Open Space website and click the Sign In/Register link in the upper right corner to create your account today. You can also view this video to get started.
Open Space, built on the OER Commons infrastructure with consultation from the Open Space Advisory Council, is the newest addition to INFOhio's free suite of OER tools, which are available to Ohio’s preK-12 students and educators. To learn more about INFOhio and OER, please visit the website. For questions regarding Open Space, OER or any of INFOhio’s OER resources, please send INFOhio a note at support.infohio.org.