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"OER: Overview & History". Slides by Melissa Hagemann, presented at the "OER Policy Works!" workshop at Centrum Cyfrowe, on 18th of March 2014 in Warsaw, Poland

"OER: Overview & History". Slides by Melissa Hagemann, presented at the "OER Policy Works!" workshop at Centrum Cyfrowe, on 18th of March 2014 in Warsaw, Poland

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  • 1. 18 MARCH 2014 OER POLICY WORKS! WARSAW, POLAND OER: overview & history
  • 2. Regional Library Program
  • 3. Science Journals Donation Program
  • 4. Science Journals Donation Program
  • 5. Budapest, December 2, 2001
  • 6. Open Educational Resources Digitized materials offered freely and openly for educators, students and self-learners to use and re-use for teaching, learning and research.* *UNESCO. 2002. Forum on the impact of Open Courseware for higher education in developing countries. Final report. Paris: UNESCO.
  • 7. OER Projects
  • 8. Strategies for OER  Open content licenses: OER should be freely shared through open licenses which facilitate use, revision, translation, improvement and sharing.  Collaborative production: educators and students can participate in creating, using, adapting and improving OER.  Open education policy: public access to publicly funded educational materials.
  • 9. OER policy developments  Poland  Australia  Brazil  Washington State  USA  The Netherlands  UNESCO/COL – Paris Declaration
  • 10. 2012 Paris OER Declaration
  • 11. 2012 Paris OER Declaration
  • 12. Paris Declaration j. Encourage the open licensing of educational materials produced with public funds. Governments/competent authorities can create substantial benefits for their citizens by ensuring that educational materials developed with public funds be made available under open licenses (with any restrictions they deem necessary) in order to maximize the impact of the investment.
  • 13. Thank you Melissa Hagemann Senior Program Manager Information Program Open Society Foundations