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Globe held by hand

My organisation / my project has shown up on the OER World Map. What do I have to do about this?

On the OER World Map the OER community is collecting information on the growing number of actors and activities in the field of open education worldwide and maybe somebody has added your OER project or your organisation. To be able to edit the entry and to add further information you simply have to register yourself! When you are logged in you can start editing: Continue reading

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Wie sieht eine ideale Projektdokumentation der OERinfo-Projekte auf der OER World Map aus?

(Because this article addresses directly to the members of the German OERinfo program it is written in German.)

Alle OERinfo-Projekte sind auf der OER World Map eingetragen und wichtige Informationen sind bereits vorhanden, vielen Dank für Ihre Mitarbeit!

Wir sehen die Dokumentation der OERinfo-Projekte hier auf der OER World Map als Pilotprojekt für die Dokumentation nationaler und internationaler OER-Verbundprojekte. Als Partner der Informationsstelle OER bieten wir die Infrastruktur zum Sammeln, Verknüpfen und Auffinden von projektbezogenen Informationen. Continue reading

Team spirit, CC0

Was sind die Lessons Learned der Projekte des OERinfo-Förderprogramms?

(Because this article addresses directly to the members of the German OERinfo program it is written in German.)

Die ersten Projekte, die unter Förderrichtlinie OERinfo gefördert werden, laufen zum
30. April 2018 aus. Nicht mehr lange hin also! Zeit, sich daran zu machen, die Ergebnisse von 18 Monaten intensiven Arbeitens, Forschens und Lehrens auch über die Projektdauer hinaus optimal verfügbar zu machen! Und zwar die Ergebnisse hier mal nicht im Sinne von produzierten Bildungsmaterialien oder neu hinzugewonnenen Mitstreitern in Sachen OER, sondern im Hinblick auf das Projekt selbst: Continue reading

During OER World Map Team meeting

First Team Meeting 2018 in Cologne

Our first team meeting for 2018 from the 18th to the 19th January took place at Cologne at the North Rhine-Westphalian Library Centre (hbz), where four people of the OER World Map team are working. Rob Farrow from the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK could not make it to Cologne this time so we had only visitors from Berlin. The two days were filled with lively discussions and great teamwork. In addition a lot of practical work was done. Continue reading

Cologne cathedral

Second Team Meeting 2017 Cologne

Our second team meeting for 2017 from the 18th to the 19th May took place at Cologne. The North Rhine-Westphalian Library Centre (hbz) is in Cologne where four people of the OER World Map team are located. So the other members of our geographically dispersed team had to travel this time coming from Milton Keynes, UK and from Berlin. The two days were as always filled with constructive discussions and good teamwork. Continue reading

Morning view of the river Dahme, Berlin

First Team Meeting 2017 Berlin

From the 16th to the 17th March we met for our first “physical” team meeting in 2017. The two days were filled with lively discussions and effective teamwork. Our colleague Felix was our host. We met at the office of graphthinking in Berlin, Köpenick. Many thanks for the hospitality and possibility to meet in the German capital only hundred meters away from the lovely river Dahme! Continue reading