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Why are open educational resources missing from the learning and teaching picture?

By Mais Fatayer,

An efficient way to improve knowledge is to open up and share – but what approaches to integrating OERs should we take at UTS?

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Exploring OER: open education is everyone’s business

By Mais Fatayer,

In the final post in a three part series, hear from Adrian Stagg (USQ) on how OERs work in Australia.

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Exploring OER: open practice for social good

By Mais Fatayer,

Part 2 in our OER blog series looks at the many examples of Open Educational Resources in practice around the world.

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Exploring OER: why open education matters

By Mais Fatayer,

Part 1 in a new blog series from the Learning Design Meetup re-visits key principles and why OERs matter for students and educators.

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Open Educational Resources Part 4: open access and free access

By Shemiran Yaghobi,

Is it right to label a free resource an 'open resource'? This post by Janet Chelliah and Shemiran Yaghobi sheds light on correct terminology.

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Open Educational Resources Part 3: Open Licensing Tools

By Shemiran Yaghobi,

Want to share your work with the world and get recognition for what you have done? Creative Commons might be the perfect tool for you. This post is co-authored by Shemiran Yaghobi and Janet Chelliah.

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Open Educational Resources Part 2: Finding OERs

By Shemiran Yaghobi,

Part two of the Library Open Educational Resources Series on Finding OERs. This post was co-authored by Shemiran Yaghobi & Dr Patrick Tooth. Many thanks to Janet Chelliah for her support and advice.

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Open Educational Resources Part 1: Creative Commons Licences

By Patrick Tooth,

Don’t have time to flip your classroom? There are many free, ready-made materials that you can incorporate within your course for modifying your existing content. Co-authored by Shemiran Yaghobi.

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Have you heard of the Open Textbook Library?

By Futures Team,

The Open Textbook Library is a cost-effective (free!) resource for students and staff.

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