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Title: OER research agenda discussion for Open Education 2006 (29/9) discussing the development of a research agenda for Open Educational Resources
Authors: Bateman, P
Tucker, KC
Keywords: IIEP
International Institute for Educational Planning
OER
Open Education Research 2006,(29/9)
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Bateman, P and Tucker, KC. 2006. OER research agenda discussion for Open Education 2006 (29/9) discussing the development of a research agenda for Open Educational Resources. International Institute for Educational Planning, pp 33
Abstract: The community’s “strength in diversity” was evident throughout the discussion diversity in terms of the members, their perspectives, interests, activities, offerings and contributions. The dynamic list of questions is a reasonable reflection of the research needs of the OER movement, and they were raised by people with a need for answers, or a desire to solve these issues. Rather than a final product, the agenda may therefore be defined as an ongoing process of communication and networking, to facilitate self-organizing, community-guided research and action, drawing on collective knowledge, guided by collective wisdom, and powered by the energy and enthusiasm in the community
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1171
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