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Carta Aberta Educação Aberta

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Carolina Rossini and the OER-Brazil team and community wrote in the OER forum ML:

"As mentioned, the legislative power of the State of Sao Paulo has approved the Open Educational Resources bill we have been working on last December. Now, in the next few days the future of OER in the richest state of Brazil is on the hands of governor - who can still vetoed the bill. 

Please join us in this effort and sign our open letter to the governor. We are looking for institutional support for this one:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SAJkDvdNWbXwSUyLJhb2qZ395S8UZVj3UMk1Xp8zqXs/edit and individual signature for the petition  http://www.avaaz.org/po/petition/Educacao_Aberta_em_Sao_Paulo/?kmZsVdb 

Thank you for your support !"

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Luciano Sathler: Open Educational Resources and Distance Learning in Brazil « Educational Technology Debate

Luciano Sathler: Open Educational Resources and Distance Learning in Brazil « Educational Technology Debate | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

  

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REA | Recursos Educacionais Abertos

REA | Recursos Educacionais Abertos | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

New Website for OER-Brazil Project:

“We aim to provide vast information on OER for Portuguese speakers. We have developed a large FAQ, pointed to reference documents, media, etc. We have also listed projects from Brazil and the world (let us know if you suggest other projects that we can include in the near future), pointing to their license scheme. We have also pointed to the current bills that aim to promote OER in Brazil if approved, and hope to engage society in the discussions and improvement of such policies. Soon we will have the main navigation links also in English.” (Carolina Rossini)

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