The Open Education Research Hub (OER Hub) are leaders in researching the impact of open educational resources (OER) on teaching and learning practices. Our aim is to raise the quality and profile of research in this field. OER Hub has three key objectives:
Building capacity in the OER research domain
Conducting research into open education and OER
Producing resources for the open education research community
About OER Hub
The OER Hub is situated in the Institute of Educational Technology (IET), at The Open University (OU) in the UK. Both IET and the OU have built global reputations through a long history with open education, making this an ideal home for the OER Hub.
We are always looking for partners and projects to work with. We use agile ways of working and strive to be flexible in how we work with collaborators to meet their needs. This means there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to working with us and the best way to proceed is usually to get in touch and go from there.
In this section you can find the various outputs from the OER Hub team across different projects. As well as academic publications and presentations, there are non-traditional outputs as well as openly licensed data from our research that others can use.
Initial participant thoughts about Twitter On 26 October 2016, as part of Open Access week, we held the first of our face-to-face workshops at The Open University (UK) ... Twitter 101! As the name implies, the [...]
We are super excited to announce that a new open textbook version of our award winning course Open Research is out now! Hosted on the awesome Pressbooks this new textbook edition builds on our earlier facilitated versions of the course [...]
Over the past year or so we've been busy co-developing a number of open courses as part of our collaborative work. These include the badged open course Becoming an Open Educator which was created as part [...]
Christina Hendricks has shared a helpful summary showing which aspects of the COUP framework are addressed in different parts of the literature in this area. I believe this would be of interest to many of [...]