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2016_OER-Guide-for-Students-Post-Sec-HE.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y


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Questions of quality in repositories of open educational resources: a literature review | Atenas | Research in Learning Technology

Questions of quality in repositories of open educational resources: a literature review | Atenas | Research in Learning Technology | OER | Scoop.it
Questions of quality in repositories of open educational resources: a literature review (RT @JordiPrats: Questions of quality in repositories of open educational resources: a literature review http://t.co/6skeEP8xYI)...
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Measuring Success Is Not Easy | Higher Ed Beta @insidehighered

Measuring Success Is Not Easy | Higher Ed Beta @insidehighered | OER | Scoop.it

Davidson College’s first MOOC, a course on medicinal chemistry, wrapped up last month on the edX platform. Producing and delivering the MOOC required significant effort on the part of several Davidson staff and faculty members. With such an investment comes the natural question… Was it a success?


Evaluating success in education of any type is difficult, and MOOCs are no different. The mountains of (often messy) data from online student activity create assessment challenges for MOOCs. Details such as page views, time of engagement with videos, and discussion board interactions are all available. In fact, each time a student clicks within the platform that interaction is recorded. Despite the opportunities posed by ample data sets, MOOC assessments are often disappointingly reduced to reporting how many students finish a course.


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OER Impact Map

This website gathers and publishes evidence about the impact of open educational resources (OER). It is maintained by the OER Research Hub project. The purpose is to help people understand the impact of OER.

 


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80 Resources for Open Education Developers

80 Resources for Open Education Developers | OER | Scoop.it
With these resources, you can create or participate in collaborative efforts to develop tools and methods for online education.
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OER and the Future of Publishing - EdSurge

OER and the Future of Publishing - EdSurge | OER | Scoop.it
OER and the Future of Publishing
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We didn't really explore these ideas again until our final panel, which was made up of leaders from the OER world.
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Anthony F. Camilleri et al. - State of the Art ...

Anthony F. Camilleri et al. - State of the Art ... | OER | Scoop.it
Anthony F. Camilleri et al. - State of the Art Review of Quality Issues related to Open Educational Resources (OER) on Technology Enhanced Learning in Teacher Education curated by Carola Brunnbauer (Anthony F.
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