This study reviews the current use of Open Educational Resources in Adult Education, assesses its potential and makes recommendations for policy interventions, taking account of the European Commission’s policy frameworks. It incorporates new research on over 12 Member States, leveraging on a synthesis of existing research from a range of projects including POERUP (Policies for OER Uptake) and a 2014-15 study on Shared OER for the Joint Research Centre, augmented by two more recent studies for J
OERs in and as MOOCs: an annotated bibliography Research team: Laura Czerniewicz, Andrew Deacon, Michael Glover, Sukaina Walji, University of Cape Town. Contact: Michael.email@example.com This document provides an annotated bibliography for the research study: OERs in and as MOOCs: an Activity Theor
Interesting that this is focusing on OER and not the more restricted MOOCs (based on openly licensed learning materials) (restricted in the sense that the grain size is a course in the latter instead of the broader applicable building blocks)
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