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Open courses at USQ

USQ has developed open courses since 2007, when the institution joined the Open Education Consortium, and later the OERu. However, internal short courses are now being developed with open licences so that they can be taken and shared widely.

Asia and the Pacific

  • Introduction to Regional Relations in Asia and the Pacific (RRAP101)

  • Understanding culture in Asia and the Pacific (RRAP102)

  • Regional economics in Asia and the Pacific (RRAP103)

  • Tourism in Asia and the Pacific (RRAP104)

Open Educational Resources

  • Repurposing Open Educational Resources: an introduction (OEP1000)
    This professional development course is aimed at anyone interested in working with OER. During the course you’ll have the opportunity to design and develop an OER to use in your own context, and receive peer feedback

Sport and psychology

  • Psychological foundations of exercise and sport (ESP1)
    This course provides a foundation level experience of a range of theories that explain the impact of psychological factors on exercise and sport.

Project Management

  • USQ Project Management Framework
    This course is useful for both novice and experienced project management practitioners. The aim of this course is to apply the principles to an emerging or existing project. The module design aims for learners to complete each stage of the framework as they engage with the core concepts of project management. 


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