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Trend report: Open Educational Resources 2013
Gorissen, Pierre · Didderen, Wim · Sloep, Peter · Schuwer, Robert · Janssen, Ben · van Valkenburg, Willem · Dopper, Sofia · Draaijer, Silvester · Mulder, Fred · Bijsterveld, Cora · de Vries, Fred · Thuss, Frank · Kruiderink, Nynke · Jelgerhuis, Hester · Janssen, José · Berlanga, Adriana · Koper, Rob · Rubens, Wilfred · van der Woert, Nicolai · Doove, John · de Rijk, Saskia · Vermeulen, Paul

PublishedMarch 2013
PeriodicalPages 1-114
PublisherOpen Educational Resources Public Interest Group
EditorsJacobi, Ria · Jelgerhuis, Hester · van der Woert, Nicolai
CountryNetherlands, Europe

ABSTRACT
The Trend Report: Open Educational Resources 2013 describes trends in open
educational resources (OER) and open education in the Netherlands and elsewhere,
from the perspective of Dutch higher education. It comprises fifteen articles by
Dutch experts in the field of open and online education.

It also includes fifteen short “Intermezzos” giving high-profile examples:

* Introduction
* Open Textbook Trends and Opportunities
* OER and Informal Learning
* MOOCs: Trends and Opportunities for Higher Education
* Evaluation and Certification of Open Educational Resources
* Opening up Education
* New Role for Libraries in Content Curation
* Mobile Devices and Apps as Accelerators for OER
* Open Buffet of Higher Education
* Trends in Business Models for Open Educational resources and Open Education
* An International Perspective on OER: The Influence of IGOS on the OER Movement
* Learning Paths and OER: Trends and Opportunities
* The Human Factor in the Adoption of OER What Determines Readiness to Share?
* Ecosystems for Open Education: Trends and Opportunities
* Learning Analytics: The Right Content for the Right Student
* OER, Open Access and Publishers: Trends, Opportunities, and Threats


The report is published by the Open Educational Resources Special Interest Group
(SIG OER), The SIG OER promotes and facilitates the creation of communities,
knowledge generation and sharing, collaboration, and strategic planning regarding
Open Educational Resources and Open Education in higher education in the
Netherlands. The activities of the SIG OER are co-ordinated by a core team of
experts from the various institutions concerned. The SIG has therefore been set up by and for the higher education sector, and is supported by SURF.

Keywords higher education · MOOC · Netherlands

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