College of Communication > About > Centers & Initiatives > Center for Communication Engagement > Open Learning Project
As part of the Center for Communication Engagement, the Open Learning Project (OPL) engages with the DePaul community to address important topics from different communication perspectives. Through research, processes, and practices based in the communication discipline, OPL seeks to inspire students, faculty, staff, alumni, and our community and professional to partners to address the pressing societal issues of our times through a communication lens.
OPL develops communication-based tools, frameworks, and programming to motivate engagement and explore communication-based interventions. OPL periodically develops themed projects and open education resources and makes them available to the DePaul community to inform teaching, research, and service steeped in the Vincentian ideal.
Open educational resources (OER) are materials that are in the public domain or released under an open license that permits free use.
A primary goal of the Open Learning Project is to create a collection open educational resources focused on different themes and topics. Resources can include events, learning modules, activities, lesson plans and more.
To learn more or participate in an OPL project, contact Professor Dusty Goltz (email@example.com) or Associate Professor Maria De Moya (firstname.lastname@example.org).