The OER World Map aims at be the platform that facilitates access to materials and and knowledge to promote open educational practices, acting as a source of information on current projects, practices and people for everyone interested in Open Education (OE). One of its newest developments is the OER Policy Registry, which aims not only to record current policies in OE but to become the knowledge hub to support the wider OE community to develop OE policies, helping them to bench-learn from other policies, to contact organisations that have developed policies and to openly learn from others. This session will explain how you can engage with the Policy Registry, and why you should.
Martin Hawksey posted an update in the session Fostering policy making in Open Education: The OER policy registry  1 year, 1 month ago
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