With a strong emphasis on student-centered learning, critical literacy, and liberal arts and sciences education, OSUN creates diverse global classrooms of students who learn from each other and collectively develop a culture of dialogue and debate. The integration of teaching and learning across OSUN partner institutions features joint accreditations and mutual recognition of course credits.
CONNECTED AND BLENDED LEARNING TOOLKIT
Placing Liberal Arts Pedagogies Front and Center
The OSUN Connected and Blended Learning Toolkit, developed by the Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Pedagogy (CLASP) at Bard College, in collaboration with the Center for Learning in Practice (CLiP) at the Carey Institute for Global Good, is a living document that is open and accessible to faculty across the network, offering support for connected and blended course development
OSUN Addresses its Educational Objectives through: