Open Educational Resources
I came across an interesting presentation online. It is titled: Open Education ... and Libraries. It is by Ellyssa Kroski.
The presentation begins by discussing the origins of Freely available educational resources with a UNESCO conference in 2002. It then points out a number of organizations that make educational content freely available and concludes by talking about what libraries can - and should - be doing. It also has links to a number of interesting Blogs, Journals, Books and Reports that I think would be worth checking out.
Anyone interested in Open Access, advancing education, and sharing resources can find a wealth of information in this presentation. It is at:
Hope you find it useful,
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