Animation highlighting Digital Educational Resources

Learn more about digital educational resources, copyright and access

Every training course incorporates digital educational resources. But what do we actually mean by this? Who holds the copyright to these resources? And how can lecturers and students gain access to them? This and more can be heard in a new animation produced by the Towards Digital (Open) Educational Resources zone.


The animation provides basic information about digital learning resources. For instance, it explains the difference between open, semi-open and closed learning resources. Ideal for anyone who wants to make the best possible use of educational resources in higher education.


If you have questions about the animation, or if you want to get in touch with the zone, please send an e-mail to Leontien van Rossum ( You can also sign up for the zone’s newsletter below.

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