Open licenses: Play a game and learn how they work

By | June 24th, 2014|blogs, oer, open education, Reflection, Siyavula, Tools|

Coming Soon… Open Textbook Research Week

By | June 10th, 2014|blogs, Connexions, data, fellowships, OERRH, OpenStax College, Progress, research, surveys, Webinars|

Some of you may have participated in the recent open textbook webinar (The Impact of Open Textbooks in the USA and South [...]

Mapeamento: impacto de REA

By | May 29th, 2014|blogs, Dissemination, oer, OER Impact Map|

Impressions from OCWC and OER14 conferences: speaking policy to practicioners

By | May 9th, 2014|blogs, events, MOOC, oer, OERRH, Reflection, research|

Alek Tarkowski of Creative Commons Poland shares his thoughts on the status of OER policy following a busy conference season. Impressions [...]

Reviewing OCWC from the ROER4D perspective – ROER4D

By | May 7th, 2014|blogs, conference, Education, events, OCWC2014, oer, research|

Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams, Principal Investigator of the ROE4D Project reports from the OpenCourseWare Consortium (OCWC) Conference held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on the 23-25 [...]

Whadya mean "openness has won"?

By | May 1st, 2014|blogs, open education, Uncategorized|

(Reblogged from ) <Image E Livermore > In my Battle for Open book (and article) I make the claim that [...]

Welsh Government Report on Open and Online

By | April 10th, 2014|blogs, oer, Reports|

Researching open collaboration in the world's smallest states

By | April 9th, 2014|access, blogs, Commonwealth of Learning, Education, oer, open courses, open education, research, VUSSC|

ATR 42 (YJ-AV42), Port Vila, Vanuatu. Photo credit: PhillipC on Flickr CC-BY Did you know that 2014 is the United Nations International [...]

Removing 'unfreedoms' through OER: TESS-India research update

By | April 7th, 2014|access, blogs, data, evidence, fellowships, Fieldwork, Interviews, open education, research, Teacher education, Tess-India|

Trainee teachers performing morning prayers. Photo credit: Leigh-Anne Perryman CC-BY-SA Alan Tait’s Asa Briggs lecture at the 7th Pan-Commonwealth Forum [...]

Reblog: OER benefits for enrolled students

By | March 27th, 2014|blogs, evidence, oer|

Therese Bird provides a summary of some of the benefits that have been reported for using OER with students. The [...]