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The sustained reach and impact of open educational resources
Rolfe, Vivien

PublishedApril 2015
ConferenceOpen Educational Resources 2015 (OER15)
PublisherRoyal Welsh College of Music and Drama
CountryUnited Kingdom, United Kingdom

ABSTRACT
From 2009 to 2012, De Montfort University participated in the UK Open Educational Resource (OER) programme releasing bioscience materials, with the Virtual Analytical Laboratory (VAL), the SCOOTER Project and generic materials released in Biology Courses (Rolfe 2015). VAL OER were released on a static HTML website, whilst for phases 2 and 3, the premise was to use search engine optimisation (SEO) techniques to enhance discovery by the liberal distribution of OER on the web, with hyperlinks back to project WordPress blogs to drive web traffic (Rolfe & Griffin 2011).

Keywords education sustainability · educational impact · OERs · open education · Open Educational Resources

Published atCardiff
RefereedYes
URLhttp://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/26824
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