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At the 2nd OER World Congress on 19 September, the idea of a network, Global Open Libraries, GOL, was presented, both at a well visited special event and at the plenary session later on the day and even on a satellite event discussing OER in non-English languages..
The presentation in the special session is this one.
You can comment on the report at firstname.lastname@example.org at the blog. Your comments can either be added directly to the blog post, or emailed to email@example.com by Wednesday 11 October 2017. Then the report will be finalised and the partners will decide if an initiative for GOL will be taken, and if so – the next steps.
The report asks, is this feasible:
“Based on existing quality OER repositories, educational needs, teachers and learners demands, a possible initiative intends to spark the uptake of OER and Open education in Higher Education and Upper Secondary Education, and provide the basis for a future networked global cooperation between quality OER repositories. The main outcome of a possible initiative will be a dynamic global network of OER repositories, well connected to key stakeholders and the user community.”