Content-type: text/html Downes.ca ~ Stephen's Web ~ Microsoft Education and Open Up Resources announce partnership to deliver top rated math curriculum

Stephen Downes

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I don't whether the the curriculum is actually "top rated" or whether that's just marketing bile (I suspect the latter) but what's important here is that Microsoft is integrating "full-course OER curricula, standards-aligned, and provided for free to promote instructional equity" into its OneNote application. You have to use a custom OneNote Class Notebook to access and deliver the resources, which I was able to download for free. This is something that the smaller companies wrapping OER in proprietary technologies maybe didn't consider when they embarked on this business model: OER just becomes another product offered by Microsoft or Apple or Google (and when nobody else is offering them, they turn on the subscription wall).

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