http://bit.ly/OERPoland                          CC BY Jonathas Mello
UNESCO Open EducationalResources (OER) Programme   ICT in Education, Science and Culture Section           Knowledge Socie...
Introduction    Defining open educational resources (OERs)    Benefits of OERs    From Copyright to Creative Commons to...
What are Open Educational Resources (OERs)? Created at 2002 UNESCO Forum UNESCO defines Open Educational Resources   (OERs...
What are the benefits of OERs?      “Benefits and challenges of OER for higher education institutions”, Cheryl Hodgkinson-...
What is the UNESCO OER Programme    OER Platform    OER Policy Guidelines for Higher Education    OER Community on the ...
What is the World OER Congress?    20 – 22 June    UNESCO HQ, Paris    Organized with the Commonwealth of Learning    ...
http://bit.ly/DigitalSchoolsPoland
Achieving universal access to information      Polski                   Deutsch              Nederlands                   ...
ContactAbel CaineOER Programme SpecialistICT in Education, Science and Culture SectionKnowledge Societies DivisionCommunic...
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Presentation of the UNESCO OER Programme at the 3rd International Open Access Conference, Bydgoszcz, Poland - http://bit.ly/OERPoland

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UNESCO OER Programme - Poland

  1. 1. http://bit.ly/OERPoland CC BY Jonathas Mello
  2. 2. UNESCO Open EducationalResources (OER) Programme ICT in Education, Science and Culture Section Knowledge Societies Division Communication and Information (CI) Sector www.unesco.org/webworld/en/oer www.unesco.org/webworld/fr/oer
  3. 3. Introduction  Defining open educational resources (OERs)  Benefits of OERs  From Copyright to Creative Commons to Public Domain  UNESCO OER Programme  2012 World OER Congress
  4. 4. What are Open Educational Resources (OERs)? Created at 2002 UNESCO Forum UNESCO defines Open Educational Resources (OERs) as:  Learning especially eLearning resources and tools  Released under an open intellectual property licence or in the public domain, allowing free use, re-use, and re-sharing
  5. 5. What are the benefits of OERs? “Benefits and challenges of OER for higher education institutions”, Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams
  6. 6. What is the UNESCO OER Programme  OER Platform  OER Policy Guidelines for Higher Education  OER Community on the WSIS Platform  OER Research Chairs: AU Canada, OU Netherlands  UNESCO IITE OER Gateway  Publications  Large OER projects - UEMOA  Partnerships: Commonwealth of Learning (COL)  Large OER events – 2012 World OER Conference, UNESCO HQ Paris
  7. 7. What is the World OER Congress?  20 – 22 June  UNESCO HQ, Paris  Organized with the Commonwealth of Learning  Supported by the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation (USA) 3 Objectives  Release the Paris OER Declaration  Showcase the world’s best OER  Celebrate the 10th anniversary of 2002 UNESCO Forum  Governments, civil society, academia  Open Seminar & Exhibition  6 worldwide regional Forums www.unesco.org/oercongress
  8. 8. http://bit.ly/DigitalSchoolsPoland
  9. 9. Achieving universal access to information Polski Deutsch Nederlands Íslenska Sinhala Italiano Català Maltese Română Bangla Kiswahili Greek Bahasa മലയാളം Suomi Türkçe http://bit.ly/OERlogo CC BY Jonathas Mello
  10. 10. ContactAbel CaineOER Programme SpecialistICT in Education, Science and Culture SectionKnowledge Societies DivisionCommunication and Information (CI) SectorUNESCO 1, rue Miollis Paris, 75015 France E-mail: a.caine@unesco.org Phone: +33 (0)1 45 68 42 37 Twitter: abelcaine This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License

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