Share your experiences with open educational resources!


Who is talking about green, is talking about sustainability. Everything must last longer; after all, it’s a shame to make something that can’t be used more often. Open Educational Resources (OERs) are in fact already sustainable: shared resources can be used more often. But what about resources created with internal or external funding? How do you ensure that these resources continue to be managed so that they really are sustainable? The Towards digital (open) educational resources zone is looking for examples of and experience with sharing digital (open) educational resources.

How does the zone proceed?
The zone will collect strategies used in OER projects to make the project more sustainable. The focus is on the activities and approaches that are initiated before, during and after an OER project so as to ensure continuity afterwards (sustainability). 

The goal 
To collect examples to inspire and encourage each other to make more sustainable use/reuse of OERs. 

If you or someone you know is involved in a project or activity regarding OERs, the zone would love to hear about it! Use the form below to enter the details of the project. It will take a few minutes to complete and can be done until Monday, 5 September. The results of the study will be published this autumn. So keep an eye on the website. 

Update: this form is now closed.

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Olia Gozha on Unsplash.

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