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A world map of Open Educational Resources initiatives: Can the global OER community design and build it together? References provided by participants in an international conversation: 12-30 November 2012
Bristow, Sara Frank

PublishedJanuary 2013
Type of workDraft Report- References
PeriodicalPages 1-8
PublisherAthabasca University, Open Universiteit, UNESCO Chair in Open Educational Resources, Commonwealth of Learning

ABSTRACT
References include links gathered under these headings:

1) History and background

2) Sample geographical maps

3) Data visualisation: Ideas and issues

4) OER initiatives and organisations

5) Towards an organisational approach to collaboration

6) Openness, copyright and licensing

7) Metadata, standards and specifications

8) Researching OER

9) Miscellaneous resources

Keywords FOSS · OER adoption · OER community · OER initiatives · OER mapping project · OpenCourseWare · references

Languageen
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby/3.0
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