[Open-education] myths about OER and how to answer them - survey

Leo Havemann l.havemann at bbk.ac.uk
Thu Feb 27 10:23:53 UTC 2014

Thanks both – Lorna that’s a useful post thank you – and Kamil I look forward to your results!


Another thing people might be interested in looking at (also a few years old, and this is not proper research, but does represent collation of views of around 30-40 learning technologists present at the session):


Havemann, Leo and Bramer, B. and Sherman, S. (2010) This educational resource could not be opened.  <http://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/8753/> In: M25 Learning Technology Group, March 2010, London, UK. (Unpublished)





From: open-education [mailto:open-education-bounces at lists.okfn.org] On Behalf Of Kamil Sliwowski
Sent: 27 February 2014 01:58
To: Lorna M Campbell
Cc: open-education at lists.okfn.org
Subject: Re: [Open-education] myths about OER and how to answer them - survey


Thank You Lorna,

Yes of course, I will send updates on project after we run the survey.

all best,



Kamil Śliwowski
Creative Commons Polska / Poland
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twitter: @cienkamila <http://twitter.com/cienkamila> 


2014-02-26 20:50 GMT+05:30 Lorna M Campbell <lorna.m.campbell at icloud.com>:

Hi Kamil, 


You might be interested in a blog post I wrote about OER Myths at the start of the UK Open Educational Resources Programme run by Jisc and the Higher Education Academy between 2009 and 2012, http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/lmc/2009/05/20/oer-programme-myths/ This blog post is over five years old now, but I think some of these myths are still current. 


Good luck with your research project and please let us know how your work progresses. 





On 26 Feb 2014, at 15:00, Kamil (Creative Commons) wrote:


	Hi all,
	This is my first post here so I will introduce myself, I'm part of CC Poland team working mostly on OER.

	Creative Commons Poland is running a survey (http://bit.ly/OER_myths) and small publication project about how to answer and talk about popular myths and arguments against Open Educational Resources. It is part of "Open Educational Resources Policy in Europe" project and It will be available in English.

	If You could spend 5 minutes to answer our survey and/or send it to people involved in OER movement it would be great. If You are interested in cooperation or more info about the project please contact with me :)

	We will also try to give preview of our work here so there will be another occasion to gen involved later in March. 


	open until March 10th



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