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Open Educational Resources to Help More Women and Girls in STEM
Posted on dinsdag 2 oktober 2012; comments

Last week, Creative Commons and the OpenCourseWare Consortium announced the formation of a task force to help bring open educational resources to women and girls seeking to advance themselves in STEM education. This task force will support the Equal Futures Partnership to expand women’s political participation and economic opportunity. The Equal Futures Partnership was launched last week by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Posted on zondag 30 september 2012; comments

Ben Janssen, Robert Schuwer and Fred Mulder have written an interesting article about business model scenarios for open universities. This article discusses the challenges an Open University faces when offering its learning materials as Open Educational Resources (OER).

EFQUEL Innovation Forum 2012
Posted on dinsdag 11 september 2012; comments

Last week Edmundo Tovar and I were present at the EFQUEL Innovation Forum in Granada. EFQUEL is a membership organisation which is based in Brussels. It is a network with over 100 members from Europe and beyond. It is their aim to share experiences on how e-Learning can be used to strengthen individual, organisational, local and regional development, digital and learning literacy, and promote social cohesion and personal development.

OCW @ KU Leuven
Posted on donderdag 6 september 2012; comments

Recently KU Leuven (Belgium) decided to dive into the OpenCourseWare adventure, by running an educational project led by Prof. Dr. Frederik Truyen, who also participates in the European OCW Project, and Prof. Wim Van Petegem. Project assistant Stephanie Verbeken is responsible for the development of the website


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