In cooperation with the OER19 conference team and the Centrum Cyfrowe, the OER World Map project organizes the first OER POLICY Lab. The event will take place one day before the start of the official OER19 conference: UPDATE: THE OFFICIAL AGENDA - Hashtag on Twitter: #OERPolicyLab Tuesday, the 9th of April 2019 from 10:00 till … Continue reading Join the OER Policy Lab @ OER19! #OERPolicyLab
As previously announced Creative Commons and the OER World Map project are currently working on the relaunch of the OER Policy Registry. An initial version, which already includes the data of the former registry, is already available. The redesign of the registry was intensively discussed by a group of dedicated OER Policy specialists at the … Continue reading Designing the new OER Policy Registry
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! … Continue reading My organisation / my project has shown up on the OER World Map. What do I have to do about this?
(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 … Continue reading 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.) 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 … Continue reading Was sind die Lessons Learned der Projekte des OERinfo-Förderprogramms?
The Ljubjlana Action Plan highlights the need to identify and share models of good practice, which have proven to be sustainable ways to organize the production, adoption, sharing and use of Open Educational Resources. We believe that learning from experiences made in other countries will be key for a fast and effective global mainstreaming of … Continue reading Identifying Lighthouses
As part of our commitment to iteratively improving the OER World Map through its development, we are always keen to receive feedback from our users. To encourage participation from as many stakeholders as possible we have formalised this process in the form of a survey (found at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/OERWM2017). The survey asks about: Your role in … Continue reading Evaluating OER World Map with its users – your input requested
In case you couldn't make it, here are the slides from today's presentation at the Open Education conference. All feedback welcome!
During a small research project starting during Open Education Week, we will try to look for ways to map Open Education Week, e.g. to put the activities of Open Education Week on the OER World Map. Our interest in mapping Open Education Week data is twofold: on the one hand we made progress defining our data model … Continue reading Can we map Open Education Week?
Since most of our team members are somehow connected to the library world, one of the first things we wanted to do, when we started phase II of the project, was to define a clear collection policy for the OER World Map, which should define which data to collect and which not. A clear scope, … Continue reading The OER World Map Openness Indicator – Background & Introduction