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Summary of week two (19-24 November 2012): Could a world map be built collaboratively?
Bristow, Sara Frank

PublishedNovember 2012
PublisherAthabasca University, Salient Research

ABSTRACT
This document provides an overview of key points addressed during week two of the Athabasca University-supported OER-mapping discussion (https://unescochair.athabascau.ca/oer-mapping-exercise), building on the interaction of the previous week (https://unescochair.athabascau.ca/oer-mapping-exercise/summaries/week1).

Topics include:

1. Why Map the OER Landscape?
2. Essential Information: The Basics
2a. Describing OER Initiatives
2b. Describing OER Materials
3. Visual Presentation
4. Organisational Approach for Collaboration
5. Ensuring the Quality of the Information
6. Other Topics
7. Week Two Conclusions

Keywords metadata · OER initiatives · OER mapping · OER quality

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