In case you couldn't make it, here are the slides from today's presentation at the Open Education conference. All feedback welcome!
OER World Map collects a lot of data. This is essential for making data centrally available, but as more is collected, the difficulty of finding a specific item increases, regardless of license or data content. Therefore, as data in OER World Map increases, it is very important to implement efficient and targeted search and ranking … Continue reading How OER World Map determines search result order
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