# of items: 1597
           # of reports: 248

OER Resources

2000
Trinidade, A. R., Carmo H., & Bidarra J. (2000).  Current developments and best practice in open and distance learning. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 1(1), 1-25. Abstract  Download: 7-65-2-PB.pdf (502.21 KB)
2001
Advisory Committee for Online Learning (2001).  The e-learning e-volution in colleges and universities. Advisory Committee for Online Learning, Industry Canada. 103-106. Download: evolution.en[1].pdf (851 KB)
Downes, S. (2001).  Learning objects: Resources For distance education worldwide. The International Review Of Research In Open And Distance Learning. 2(1), 1-35. Abstract  Download: 32-178-2-PB.pdf (365.95 KB)
2002
2004
Verhaart, M. (2004).  Learning Object Repositories: How useful are they?. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications Conference. 465-469. Download: verhaart-LO.pdf (160.99 KB)
McGreal, R. (2004).  Stealing the goose: Copyright and learning. The International Review Of Research In Open And Distance Learning. 5(3), 1-26. Abstract  Download: 205-2751-2-PB.pdf (187.58 KB)
2005
Beshears, F. (2005).  The case for Creative Commons textbooks. Innovation Memes. 2014, blog- posted on September 13th, 2014. Abstract
Kumar, V. M. (2005).  From open resources to educational opportunity. Research in Learning Technology. 13(3), 247. Abstract  Download: 11221-37117-1-SM.pdf (43.85 KB)
Fitzgerald, B. (2005).  Open content licencing (OCL) for Open Educational Resources. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1-19. Abstract  Download: 36428281.pdf (88.1 KB)
Hylén, J. (2005).  Open Educational Resources: Opportunities and Challenges. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1-2. Abstract  Download: 36243575.pdf (100.71 KB)
2006
Kirschner, P. A., Varvick P., van Dorp C. A., & Lane A. (2006).  Open educational resources in Europe: A triptych of actions to support participation in higher education. Proceedings: Conference: Open Education 2006 Community, Culture & Content. Center for Open and Sustainable Learning (COSL). Abstract
Downes, S. (2006).  Models for Sustainable Open Educational Resources. National Research Council Canada . 1-19. Download: 36781698.pdf (108.89 KB)
McCracken, R. (2006).  Cultural responses to open licences and the accessibility and usability of open educational resources. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1-6. Download: 36539322.pdf (28.91 KB)
OECD–CERI (2006).  Notes from expert meeting on open educational resources. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1-7. Abstract  Download: 36162143.pdf (165.33 KB)
Dholakia, U. M., King J. W., & Baraniuk R. G. (2006).  What makes an open education program sustainable? The case of Connexions. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1-25. Abstract  Download: 36781781.pdf (215.25 KB)
Hylén, J. (2006).  Background Note 1: Mapping users and producers of Open Educational Resources. International Instituted for Educational Learning, UNESCO. 1-5.
Joyce, A. (2006).  OECD study of OER: forum report. International Instituted for Educational Learning, UNESCO. 1-15. Abstract
Wiley, D. A. (2006).  Paper on Open Education Resources. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1-3. Abstract  Download: 36224377.pdf (110.96 KB)