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Summary of week one (12-18 November 2012): What could an OER world map look like?
Bristow, Sara Frank

Alternate titleMapping the Landscape of OER Institutional Initiatives Summary of Week One (12-18 November 2012): What could an OER world map look like? Why map the OER landscape? Essential information and visual presentation
PublishedNovember 2012
PeriodicalPages 1-2
PublisherAthabasca University, Salient Research

ABSTRACT
This document provides an overview of key points addressed during week one of the Athabasca-based OER-mapping discussion (https://unescochair.athabascau.ca/oer-mapping-exercise).

Topics include:

1. Issue one: Why map the OER landscape?
2. Issue two: Essential information and visual presentation
3. Week one conclusions

Keywords OER definition · OER map · OER visualization · OpenCourseWare

Languageeng
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby/3.0
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