The Open Educational Resources (OER) movement: Free learning for all students
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In recent years, the term Open Educational Resources (OER) has emerged, aiming to promote open access to digital educational resources that are available online for everyone at a global level. This panel presents views from different countries on the development of open educational resource initiatives. © 2012 IEEE.
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Science Education resources supported with educational metadata: The case of the OpenScienceResources Web RepositorySampson, Demetrios; Zervas, P.; Sotiriou, S. (2011)A number of international initiatives, such as the leading initiative of Open Educational Resources (OER) movement, have recognized the worth of sharing and reusing educational resources among educational communities. ...
Investigating the effect of users' tagging motivation on the digital educational resources metadata descriptionsZervas, P.; Sampson, Demetrios; Aristeidou, M. (2012)Over the past years, several Open Educational Resources (OERs) initiatives have been emerged worldwide aiming to create, share and reuse digital educational resources among educational communities. As a result, organizing, ...
Zervas, P.; Fragkos, K.; Sampson, Demetrios (2013)During the last decade, Open Educational Resources (OERs) have gained increased attention for their potential to support open access, sharing and reuse of digital educational resources. Therefore, a large amount of digital ...