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OER Paris Declaration
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OER Paris Declaration

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2012/09/18: Presentation by Sanjaya Mishra on OER Paris Declaration at Wasasan Open University, Penang, Malaysia

2012/09/18: Presentation by Sanjaya Mishra on OER Paris Declaration at Wasasan Open University, Penang, Malaysia

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  1. OER Paris Declaration2012Its significance for Governments, educationalinstitutions and teachers
  2. Open Educational Resourcesteaching, learning and research materials in anymedium, digital or otherwise, that reside in thepublic domain or have been released under anopen license that permits no-cost access, use,adaptation and redistribution by others with no orlimited restrictions. Open licensing is built withinthe existing framework of intellectual propertyrights as defined by relevant internationalconventions and respects the authorship of thework
  3. OER Declaration Process No of Consultation meetings held: 06 No of Countries represented in the Consultation meetings: 89 No of participants at the Consultation meetings: 265 No of Countries represented in the OER Congress: 80 No of participants in the OER Congress: 336
  4. Recommendations related toGovernment Promote awareness and use of OER Bridge digital divide by developing infrastructure (broadband, mobile, electricity) Develop national policy for OER Promote use of Open licencing frameworks Support capacity building initiatives on OER Encourage and support research on OER Adopt open standards and technologies for interoperability Encourage open license for materials produced using public funds
  5. Recommendations related toInstitutions Promote awareness and use of OER Improve media and information literacy Develop institutional policies for OER Educate stakeholders on open licenses and copyright Promote quality assurance and peer review of OER Develop strategic partnerships to avoid duplication of work as well as technologies Encourage and support research on OER Develop tools to facilitate access to OER
  6. Recommendations related toTeachers Promote awareness and use of OER Develop and use OER Engage in peer review of OER Promote quality of OER Develop OER in local languages Contextualize OER Conduct research on OER Share learning materials prepared
  7. OER benefits endorsed by theDeclaration Promote lifelong learning Contribute to social inclusion, gender equity and education for the special needs Improve cost-efficiency and quality of teaching and learning
  8. Areas of concern emphasized in theDeclaration Understanding of Copyright Awareness about open licensing OER policy development Development of OER Digital divide
  9. Thank You

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