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What are the Key Challenges for the OER Movement?

We have a new project challenge here at OLnet. Defining:

Cohere Workshop

The first Cohere Workshop was held on Wednesday 9 June 2010, in KMi (Knowldge Media Institute) at the Open University (Milton Keynes, UK).

The Cohere workshop had the main objective to make OLnet team members more familiar with Cohere. It ran for 3 and ½ hours and it was organized in three stages:

Cohere Development and Demo

The OLnet Project is organized in several interconnected research sub-projects that synergically tackle the different research challenges that OLnet is addressing.

Within those, the Collective Intelligence project aims at developing a socio-technical infrastructure to support researchers and practitioners in Open Education to contribute to and learn from the Collective Intelligence that Web 2.0 technologies are constantly generating around OERs issues, resources, communities and projects.

Cohere Development and Demo

The OLnet Project is organized in several interconnected research sub-projects that synergically tackle the different research challenges that OLnet is addressing.

What are the barriers to reusing/remixing OERs?

In the OLnet team we lately started a collaborative process of "reflecting" on Open Educational Resources reuse/remix challenges. In order to understand what these challenges may be we tried to answer to the following main questions:

Why reusing/remixing and Open Educational Resource?

What are the barriers to reusing/remixing OERs?

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