Online Higher Education
Open Educational Resources (OER) Video
Creative Commons, Paul Stacey, Associate Director, Global Learning.
Paul’s core expertise is in; adult learning, educational technology and open education. Prior to joining Creative Commons Paul has led Open Educational Resources (OER) and professional development initiatives across all the colleges and universities in British Columbia, Canada.
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NOTE: Links to sources and Transcript PDF at the bottom of this page.
- National OER Policy
- Community Building (5:50)
- Learning Outcomes and Costs (7:43)
- World Bank OER Project (8:59)
- OER Business Models
Full Transcript (pdf)
Other OER Videos
Links Referred To In Video
- Creative Commons
- 7 Things About OER
- National OER Framework
- OER Framework
- World Bank Food Safety Program
- Business Model Generation Handbook
- Noun Project
- Creative Commons Licenses
- OER Policy Registry
- 2015 Grade Level: Tracking Online Education in the United States
- 2014 Open Educational Resources In U.S. Higher Education
Dr. Gerard L. Danford