OER Synthesis and Evaluation / OpenPracticesBriefing
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OpenPracticesBriefing

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Contents

What are 'open educational practices'?

Why engage in open educational practices?

OERs and open learning

OERs and open pedagogies or teaching practices

OERs and sharing learning/teaching ideas

OERs and open technologies

OERs and open scholarship

Common issues in open educational practices

Conclusions

 

This briefing paper on Open Practices is based on outcomes of the UK OER programme (phase 2). It was produced by the UK OER support and evaluation team in February 2012 to review evidence of relations between use and reuse of open educational resources and other aspects of open practice in education.

 

When citing this paper please use the following:

Beetham, H., Falconer, I., McGill, L. and Littlejohn, A. Open practices: briefing paper. JISC, 2012  https://oersynth.pbworks.com/w/page/51668352/OpenPracticesBriefing

 

Download a pdf version of this web document Open Practices briefing paper.pdf

 

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