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Title: Sustainability Strategies For Open Educational Resources
Authors: Stacey, Paul
Keywords: open educational resources
oer
sustainability
higher education
business model
creative commons
Issue Date: 13-Mar-2015
Abstract: Open Educational Resources (OER) often start as pilot projects initiated by early innovators in higher education institutions. Others are initiated by government. Frequently these projects receive some kind of start up funding to get them going. This webinar will explore sustainability strategies for making OER an ongoing integrated part of education. Strategies will explore key success factors to consider when implementing an OER initiative, strategies to build reuse in from the start, and strategies for building communities of users and contributors who collectively take on the roles of maintaining and enhancing OER on an ongoing basis. A business model approach to sustainability will also be outlined.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2149/3462
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