This is a slightly edited version of the presentation of the talk given at the University of Teesside on the 16th September 2011 during a Cascading Open Educational Resources event (C-SAP). The title is “Review and Endorsement of Open Educational Resources (OERs) by Graduate-Recruiting Employers in HumBox”. The objectives of the talk were to introduce the HumBox repository and the Project of SCORE Fellow Antonio Martínez-Arboleda to colleagues and to propose new ideas in the field of OERs resulting from this project. New concepts such as “employer’s reviews of OERs”, “transportability” of OERs reviews, “commoditisation” of OERs reviews, collaborative OERs reviews, partial or focused OERs reviews, and “fossilization” of OERs were presented for discussion. Some solutions for most of challenges presented to the OER movement by these issues are outlined in this presentation. There will be forthcoming discussion as the project evolves.