Blog and Workshop on "Finding and Sharing Open Educational Resources"

Published on
February 26, 2018

"Want to learn how to find Open Educational Resources? Or do you have teaching material you want to share with the world?" Come to the workshop on 8 March to learn more about Open Educational Resources (OER).

Reusing and sharing digital teaching materials is becoming more and more accepted in modern teaching. To avoid copyright issues, the Library recommends that you use Open Educational Resources (OER). These educational materials have an open license (Creative Commons license 'CC BY' or 'CC By-SA') or are in the public domain. However, you may not know where to find and share these OER. The Library can help you with that!

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We wrote an Open Science Blog with tips and tricks on finding and sharing OER. We also developed a workshop to practice your OER sharing and finding skills.
Do you need help with finding or reusing OER? Or do you have
material(s) you want to share with WUR employees or the whole world? Please read our blog, check our website or join our workshop: "Finding & Sharing Open Educational Resources".

Date and venue: 8 March 2018 on 12.30 in PC0432 Forum.