Understanding OER

Understanding OER

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SMU Libraries

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Teaching & Learning

Topic(s)

Accessibility & Inclusion, Open Education

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CC BY

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Video

Keywords

light paintingOER OEPopen education

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A visual explanation on the basics of Open Educational Resources (OER).

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

A visual explanation on the basics of Open Educational Resources (OER), based on David Wiley’s 5Rs. Includes an overview on different types of OER and how OER ties in with Creative Commons licensing, as well as an introduction to the key steps on finding and using OER.

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YZZlEjQotY