Way back in March you may recall seeing a post on the School of Open (SOO) course we were planning on open research… Well, whilst we did go a bit quiet, behind the scenes the cogs were turning, pla...
OER School of Open Course starting in September :) Whoo
Despite thoughtful disagreement about the term "infrastructure" from people I greatly respect, I continue to find the term extraordinarily useful in my own thinking about how we improve education. ...
Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators. Today the European Commission released licensing recommendations to support the reuse of public sector information in Europe.
OERs. People build them. People house them in repositories. People do journal articles, conference presentations, research on them. I doubt never their existence. But the ultimate thing they are su...
RT @Elizita: How to introduce OER and Creative Commons in your School http://t.co/nNJvC5JJae via @ToniSoto_Vigo
This report, published by LangOER, presents the results of an in-depth investigation and analysis of Open Educational Resources (OER) in 23 languages, including the target languages of the LangOER consortium: Dutch, ...
RT @CadarnPortal: Guest blog by @gayle115 from the Open University on OER and Widening Access http://t.co/S5HgC5NzJE
Interesting post by Gayle Hudson (OU) on the Cadarn Portal
Why We Need an Open Curriculum
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) (blog)
Brown's open curriculum resulted from a yearlong, student-led study of its general-education requirements during the same period.