Here are a few examples from other higher education institutions using this same easy to use WordPress theme.
This first one might sound familiar…
Charles Sturt University is in Australia. iTeach is a community initiated, developed and managed site for CSU staff to share their learning and teaching practice. It complements our formal, institutional site for examples of the Online Learning Model strategies and applied teaching practice, CSU Learning Exchange (CSULX), by providing a space where all staff can immediately share what is working in their own learning and teaching, no matter how large or small. This allows us as a community to learn from each other in an immediate and dynamic way. Posts that emerge as outstanding examples will be passed onto the CSULX team for potential further development as a case study.
Animal Behaviour class at UNBC
Looks to be student writing for the class.
At femedtech, we are a reflexive, emergent network of people learning, practicing and researching in educational technology. We are an informal organization with no funding: our resources are our passion, kindness, knowledge, enthusiasm and volunteer time.
femedtech emerged in 2016 after discussions at a social occasion attended by UK women working in Educational Technology. After extended explorations, the name and concept of the network was established, femedtech: reflecting feminist perspectives on the domain of Education Technology. femedtech appeared as a Twitter hashtag #femedtech (slightly later as a Twitter account @femedtech) and a website, femedte.ch (now defunct). The first website proved to be unsustainable for the femedtech network, while the Twitter account and hashtag became the identity for femedtech.
Showcase of Medical writing from various countries
The OpenMed project, supported by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education programme of the European Union, has been working during the period 2015-2018 to widening participation and adoption of Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Educational Practices (OEP) as a bottom-up approach to support the modernisation of the Higher Education sector in in the South-Mediterranean. The project involved an international consortium composed by five partners from Europe and nine from South Mediterranean Countries.