It gives me great pleasure to announce that OER Research Hub is now ready to release the first of its dissemination reports. The ‘OER Evidence Report 2013-2014’ brings together a range of evidence around the research hypotheses of the product and provides an overview of the impact OER is having on a range of teaching and learning practices.
If you’re lucky enough to be at Open Education 2014 this week then the research team will be presenting some of the results in person on 20th November at 10.15am in the Virginia Ballroom. But if you can’t make that and you want to discuss the report then just come find us at the conference, comment below, or get in touch online.
We’re interested to know how useful this information is to you, and whether the patterns we have found in OER impact correspond with your own experiences as teachers, learners, or other stakeholders. We will soon have other reports available as we move through our dissemination phase so check our Reports page regularly.
Many thanks to all the OERRH team and all those around the world who have helped us with networking, collaboration and data collection!