OEC announces the 2018 winners of OPEN RESOURCES, TOOLS & PRACTICES AWARDS for Open Education -- Open Education Consortium | PRLog
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"The Open Education Consortium is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Open Education Awards for Excellence OPEN RESOURCES, TOOLS & PRACTICES AWARDS. OPEN RESOURCES, TOOLS & PRACTICES AWARDS is a new expanded category this year; previously classified as "OER & Projects Awards." This new category encourages nominations beyond Open Education including other areas of openness, fostering the close relationship and wide variety of innovative open initiatives being developed around the world. The Open Education Awards Committee, populated by educators and open education advocates from around the world, reviews nominations and selects winners.
Congratulations to the following 2018 Open Education Awards for Excellence winners:
OPEN COURSE (OCW OR MOOC): Hokkaido University OpenCourseWare (HU-OCW), Hokkaido, Japan. OPEN TEXTBOOK: A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students, Rebus Community, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. OER REPOSITORY (COLLECTION OR LIBRARY): SHMS - Saudi OER Network, National Center for e-Learning, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and VIDYA-MITRA: An Integrated e-Content Portal. Information and Library Network Centre. Gandhinagar, India. OPEN RESEARCH: Global OER Graduate Network GO-GN. The Open University, UK in collaboration with the world! Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. OPEN INNOVATION: OER World Map, hbz, Cologne, Germany. FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (FOSS) FOR EDUCATION: H5P, H5POrg, Tromsø, Norway. OPEN DATA: ROER4D, Research on Open Educational Resources for Development, Open Data Initiative, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. OPEN PEDAGOGY: The OER Passport, Mountain Heights Academy, West Jordan, United States and Red EuLES / EuLES Network, University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain. OPEN POLICIES: Impact for a Better Society, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands. OPEN CULTURE: Europeana, Europeana Foundation, Den Haag, Netherlands...."