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Investigating the use of Open Educational Resources among early-career university lecturers
Reedy, Gabriel

Alternate titleSCORE Fellowship Final Report By Gabriel Reedy, King’s College London
PublishedApril 2012
PeriodicalPages 1-14
PublisherSCORE Fellowship
CountryUnited Kingdom, Europe

ABSTRACT
Gabriel’s project ran from 2nd January 2011 until the 31st December 2011, the aim of the project was to explore in some depth the ways in which OERs could be used in traditional university settings for innovative teaching and learning in various fields and disciplines. It was conceived as a design-based research project that sought to work with early-career academics as they explored, planned, and potentially implemented open educational resources in their teaching practice. http://www8.open.ac.uk/score/fellows/gabriel-reedy

Keywords case study · higher education · OER adoption · research project

Languageeng
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URLhttp://www8.open.ac.uk/score/investigating-use-open-educational-resources-among-early-career-university-lecturers
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