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Open Educational Resources: The Way Forward

Neuigkeiten von der Open Educational Resources (OER)-Bewegung: Die aktuelle Publikation beschreibt, wie es in den letzten Jahren gelungen ist, aus den Unterstützern dieser Bewegung eine lebendige Community of Interest zu bilden. Und welche Rolle wiederum das Internet dabei gespielt hat.„Between 2005 and 2007, a large Community of Interest of more than 600 members from more than half of the 192 Member States of UNESCO took part in online discussions on Open Educational Resources (OER) – open content for education. …

Over the period that the OER community has been in existence, we have been able to link many more people and institutions than would have been feasible through other means. Experts and neophytes alike have come together to learn from one another, share information and deliberate on related issues. Finally, after two years of intensive interaction, members expressed their opinion on the priority issues and the stakeholders that should take action to advance and support the growing movement.“

Ganz oben auf der ToDo-Liste der OER-Community steht „Awareness Raising“. Zu diesem Zweck gibt es ein Wiki, „OER Stories“, zu dem bereits über 10 Case Studies beigesteuert wurden – von OpenLearn bis Klagenfurt. (via Pontydysgu)
Susan D’Antoni, UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, Februar 2008 (pdf)

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