Measuring Use and Creation of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education

Ross McKerlich, Cindy Ives, Rory McGreal, , Web Courseworks, Oct 01, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Discussion of the employment of open educational resources (OERs) at institutions focusing on both creation and use. "If use and creation do add emotional ownership and reduce a barrier of non-attachment to shared resources, then a ratio of use:creation could be useful for measuring OER adoption at an institution. The small gap between OER use and OER creation could be a possible indicator of healthy adoption of OER." See also more articles from the most recent edition of IRRODL.

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