OER Release & Use
If you click on the questions below you will be taken to a googleform and prompted to input your findings and to highlight what evidence you will be able to supply to support your answers to these questions. As time goes on you will be able to use this to provide links to evidence.
If you enter your email address you will receive all the information you provide which can be used in your own reporting documents (evaluation sections in the interim and final reports). We hope that this will make the task of collating evidence more straightforward.
Not all projects will be answering all questions so complete the ones that seem appropriate to you. We will collate answers and use this information in our programme level synthesis. For more information see the guide to using this toolkit.
OER release/publishing models
- Making OER available
- Organising OER
- Ensuring pedagogic & technical accessibility
- Ensuring adaptability
- Making OER discoverable
- Addressing gaps
- Drawing on existing OER collections
- Influence of discipline or sector
- Kinds of OERs being used
- Technical issues in collecting OER
- see also question above about accessibility…
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