LTG Research projects

5. OER engagement study

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The aim of the project is to investigate situated practice of engagement with, and re-use of, OER in the context of Higher Education in the UK. The study explores different practices that are currently emerging in this area, from the perspective of both their providers and beneficiaries. The goal is to obtain a clearer understanding of what accounts for a successful practice in order to promote sustained engagement with and reuse of OER in teaching and learning in different institutional contexts from a demand-side perspective. This, in turn, will allow for deriving a set of guidelines for interested institutions to adopt.

  • Duration: 1st September 2011 - 30th June 2012
  • Supported by the SCORE fellowship programme at the Open University

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