Open Education Week: Exploring Open Textbooks #OEWeek #OER - Technology Enhanced Learning

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"This week has been OER Week so it seems an ideal time to be talking about Open Textbooks. This guest post is by Suzanne Tatham, Academic Services Manager (Library).

First of all, what is an OER? Here is the Creative Commons definition: “Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials in any medium that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others.”

A quick trawl of Twitter’s #oerweek will give you a flavour of the types of OER activity that are taking place in universities and other interested parties across the globe.

OERs are not new to the University of Sussex. Prof Lucy Robinson worked with the University of Sussex Library and the Mass Observation Archive to launch the Jisc-funded Observing the 80s in 2013, an OER that brought together voices from Mass Observation and the British Library Oral History Collections.

In this short video, Tim Seal of the OER SCORE Project discusses the benefits of Open Educational practice. He gives advice on how to license, create, publish, remix and redistribute Open Education...."


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Tags: oa.oe_week oa.oer oa.textbooks oa.courseware oa.hei oa.librarians oa.u.sussex oa.books

Date tagged:

03/10/2018, 15:50

Date published:

03/10/2018, 10:51