Engaging institutional partners in OER projects: what works and what doesn't?

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Abstract

In this OER Dr Alejandro Armellini introduces and leads the discussion on 'Engaging institutional partners in OER projects: what works and what doesn't?' as part of the online open space OTTER Symposium.  Discussion includes contributions from Dr Samuel Nikoi and Dr Richard Mobbs amongst others.

 

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Details

  • Author(s): Dr Alejandro Armellini
  • Subject: OTTER Symposium
  • Keywords: ukoer, "OTTER symposium", "Beyond Distance", BDRA, OER, educators, online, elearning
  • Grade level: HE Workshop
  • Course type: Workshop 
  • Language(s):  English
  • Material type(s): Video and audio
  • Media format(s): mp4, mp3
  • OER Publish Date: 22 July 2010

     

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    • Engaging institutional partners in OER projects: what works and what doesn't? (Introduction) mp4 (23MB)
    • Engaging institutional partners in OER projects: what works and what doesn't? (Part 2) mp3 (30MB);

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