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 17:00 in Galway, Ireland
The event will take place at the
Arts Millennium Building
(in the centre of the NUI Galway campus, across from the Library)
Room: AM 207
The workshop will aim to:
- Collect global OER policies, with a special focus on Europe
- Identify new functionality needed for the OER Policy Registry
- Develop a global network of OE Policy Experts who want to cooperate in order to facilitate global mainstreaming of Open Education
Invited are experienced and soon-to-be experts on OER and Policy Making who are willing to devote a day of practical working. We have limited funds available to support travelling and accomodation. So in case you think you can contribute to the event but need additional support, please contact us at email@example.com.
UPDATE: THE OFFICIAL AGENDA
We are looking forward to a productive day of cooperation with you!
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Creative Commons defines OER policies “as legislation, institutional policies, and/or funder mandates that lead to the creation, increased use, and/or support for improving OER”. OER policy making has been of major concern within the global open education movement, since policies – at their best – can be powerful top-down-instruments which can support the mainstreaming of OER on national, provincial / state and institutional levels.
To support the development and implementation of effective OER policies, Creative Commons provides the Open Educational Resources (OER) Policy Registry, a database of current and proposed open education policies from around the world. The registry allows anybody to easily share, update, and browse open education policies and legislation. It also hosts supporting policy resources such as case studies and guides.
During Open Education Global Conference 2018, Creative Commons and the OER World Map Project agreed to migrate the registry to the OER World Map for two reasons: Continue reading “Moving the OER Policy Registry to the OER World Map”
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 “My organisation / my project has shown up on the OER World Map. What do I have to do about this?”