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ORIOLEproject: Does OER benefit affluent students more than it benefits poorer ones?

ORIOLEproject: Does OER benefit affluent students more than it benefits poorer ones? | CC协议 | Scoop.it

There is an interest post on the Harvard site with an eye-catching set of graphs which suggest that OER could be having a different effect to that which we expect. Note that this is a debate series so I am sure it is deliberately contentious!


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Thanks to Creative Commons, OER university will provide free learning with formal academic credit - Creative Commons

Thanks to Creative Commons, OER university will provide free learning with formal academic credit - Creative Commons | CC协议 | Scoop.it

Creative Commons licenses are enabling an international partnership of accredited universities, colleges and polytechnics to provide free learning opportunities for students worldwide with pathways to formal academic credit. The OER university (OERu) will create a parallel learning universe for learners who cannot afford a tertiary education by offering CC-licensed courses — with the opportunity to acquire formal academic credit at greatly reduced cost when compared to full-tuition studies. The OERu will assemble courses from existing open educational resources (OER) under CC licenses, reducing the overall cost of development. It has adopted the Free Cultural Works approved licenses (CC BY and CC BY-SA) as the default for OERu courses.


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What OER is your K-12 online / blended program using? « Uncategorized « Keeping Pace

What OER is your K-12 online / blended program using? « Uncategorized « Keeping Pace | CC协议 | Scoop.it

We are finding that many districts are planning for the use of open education resources (OER) to help build online and blended courses, and we are often asked for a list of open resources. We always note in these conversations that “open” doesn’t really mean “free”, because of the time that the district has to typically put into finding good sources, and the quality control that is required in many cases. Still, however, a list of OER is valuable, and so we’ve been asking colleagues what OER sources they are using, and have created the list below.

 

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