Exploring Recent OER Research and the Need to Address Experiences, Efficacy and Equity | PhilOnEdTech

flavoursofopenscience's bookmarks 2019-12-16


In the last couple of years, surveys and studies have uncovered key differences in what people know, believe, and actually do in relation to Open Educational Resources (OER). A number of these articles and studies use the Hewlett Foundation’s definition of OER: ”teaching, learning, and research materials that are free for people everywhere to use and repurpose.” UNESCO offers another common OER definition: “Open Educational Resources (OERs) are teaching, learning and research materials in any medium – digital or otherwise – that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license” (Wiley, 2019, para. 8). With these definitions in mind, what do the surveys tell us?




From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » flavoursofopenscience's bookmarks


oa.oer oa.efficacy oa.surveys oa.definitions oa.learning oa.teaching oa.education oa.dei

Date tagged:

12/16/2019, 10:28

Date published:

12/16/2019, 05:28