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The digiLLM project is all about inclusive digital learning materials. What makes a material inclusive? How can we evaluate inclusivity in learning materials? How can we help learners access materials? In the project we explore the concept of “Living Learning Materials”. It stands for the active engagement with our learning resources. When we reflect on the materials we use for teaching and learning, we can provide more inclusive learning experiences.

  • Both teachers and learners need a space to jointly discuss the quality and inclusivity of learning materials, the ways they work with and adapt learning materials for their learning contexts share opinions on what materials should look like to support different learners In the digiLLM project, we believe more exchange about open digital materials and the ways to make them work for inclusive education is needed. The digiLLM project encourages you to critically evaluate and discuss learning materials so you can adapt them to your needs – they need to live so they can support your learning. Living Learning Materials… 

    Currently, we are establishing an interactive portal for the digiLLM community. The overall idea is to invite teachers, educators and learners (in short: you!) to evaluate digital learning materials and assess whether you consider teaching materials to be inclusion-sensitive or not. The foundation for that is the Framework for the Reflection on Living Learning Materials  in short: FRoLLM

    You are invited to be a part of the exchange around inclusion-sensitive learning materials. We want to learn about your opinions throughout the duration of the project and beyond! The rating function of the digiLLM portal is a place where we can steadily discuss inclusion-sensitivity. Rating can be given by a simple “star-rating” (0-5 stars) or a more extended commentary. You choose! 

  • For Teachers and educators

    • Share your opinion about digital materials and OER you have worked with

    • Discuss your experiences with OER: what worked well for you? What didn’t work for you and your learners? How do you approach freely available digital materials?

    • How did you react to certain needs of your learners? 


    and students and learners and anyone else who is interested…

    • Share your opinion about digital materials and OER.

    • How do you work with digital materials?

    • What should a material look like so you can learn well with it? 





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