Hylen writes, "To establish a credible academic reward system that includes the production and use of OER might be the single most important policy issue for a large scale deployment of OER in teaching and learning." This in turn raises the question of attribution in the production of open educational resources (OERs). This in turn leads to questions of quality attributions: "On the one hand the Openness of digital information networks implies a rather anonymous relation between the involved persons, especially between the producer of the resource and its user. On the other hand educational resources are usually made to fit into specific social context of teaching and learning." More recent contributions from EURODL.
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