A repository platform for OERs

Panagiotis Stasinakis, Open Education Platform, Dec 11, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes

"I want to establish an on-line repository with OERs of primary and secondary education," wrote Panagiotis Stasinakis on a Creative Commons discussion list. "I am searching for a platform, an open-source platform, to install it  in my private server and use it for the repository." The result was an interesting compendium of resouces, including:

  • Kolibri, which also offers a learning management system component. 
  • WordPress blogs, eg. this one, where each OER or group of resources is released as a blog post
  • DSpace, with search functionality, categories, OER's meta data etc., but tricky to use
  • Tsugi, by Chuck Severence, with integration into LMS systems like Sakai, Moodle, Canvas and work in Google Classroom
  • Edu-sharing, developed in Germany
  • Gitbook.com and Github.com to write, store, and share OER content, also Github at P2PU, and also github/jekyll
  • OER Content Buffet - they use angular, and they offered to send the code if you write an email
  • HackMD - a realtime, multiplatform collaborative markdown note editor
  • Curriki provides the ability to create Groups for Discussions and create Group related and/or specific resources

Note that the annotations are from the posts on the discussion list, not from me.

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