Open Educational Resources in Higher Education A Global Perspective

This book explores open educational resources and open education through research conducted on this topic globally. This book engages with intersections between open educational resources, social justice and equality, as well as policy in terms of open educational resources. Numerous examples of ope...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Olivier, Jako (Editor), Rambow, Andreas (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore Springer Nature Singapore 2023, 2023
Edition:1st ed. 2023
Series:Future Education and Learning Spaces, ICT & Education in Uncertain Times
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. OER: A catalyst for social justice and equality
  • Chapter 2. OER: The promise, practice and problems
  • Chapter 3. Developing supportive policies and strategies for their implementation: Student experience with real-world cases
  • Chapter 4. Artificial intelligence-based techniques to assess and compare the quality of OER
  • Chapter 5. Repositories of Open Textbooks for higher education: A worldwide overview
  • Chapter 6. Reflections on remixing open access content into OER: A new paradigm for sustainable data-driven language learning systems design in higher education
  • Chapter 7. OER: Guidelines in resource development for EAP
  • Chapter 8. The collaborative picture book format as an OER for socialization, learning and assessment in higher education
  • Chapter 9. Investigating disabled learners’ motivations of participating in MOOCs: A mixed methods research
  • Chapter 10. The Wikipedia Education Program as OEP: Global stories
  • Chapter 11. Who builds it, who benefits? Deepeningstudent and faculty knowledge about Wikipedia’s scholarly value
  • Chapter 12. OERs for data literacy and knowledge equity: Integrating Wikidata into higher education
  • Chapter 13. Legacy building through a “Teaching with Technology” open textbook project
  • Chapter 14. Integrating OER praxis and feminist pedagogy in Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies