A 2011 study finds that OER are more widely used where programmes or inititatives for open resources exist at the institutional level. The lesser the fear, insecurity or discomfort towards Open Educational Resources (OER), the higher the frequency of OER use. The report thus advocates building trust in OER in order to increase their actual usage, and building open learning architectures to transform learning.
Open Educational Quality Initiative. (2011). Beyond OER.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Open Education Resources study
Posted by Lesley Farmer at 11:55 AM
Labels: learning, learning objects, resources
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