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Nordic OER is a network of stakeholders to support uptake, adoption and collaboration around Open Educational Resources in the Nordic countries. You are welcome to join!

LangOER online webinar

How can less used languages, including Regional and Minority languages, benefit from Open Educational Practices (OEP)? How can Open Educational Resources (OER) be shaped to foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe? What policies are favourable to the uptake of quality OER in less used language communities? Join the LangOER online webinar series organized by experts […]

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Tony Bates on OER-Making sence of OER

  This is the second of five posts on open education from Tony Bates Chapter 10 of his online open textbook, Teaching in a Digital Age. The first post was ‘What do we mean by “open” education‘? See more at

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Supporting OER re-use in learning ecosystems

Supporting OER re-use in learning ecosystems ExplOERer (pronounced ‘explorer’) is a European Commission co-funded project, under the Erasmus+programme. The project duration is from September 2014 to August 2016. ExplOERer promotes Open Educational Resources (OER) sustainability through OER adoption and re-use in professional practice.The consortium will identify, document and assess obstacles and opportunities, and analyse current […]

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The NMC, the Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education, the Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket), and the National Agency for IT and Learning in Denmark (Styrelsen for It og Læring), are releasing the 2015 NMC Technology Outlook for Scandinavian Schools at a special program at the 2015 Bett Show. This inaugural Scandinavian edition describes findings from […]

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Open Education for Schools – Guidance and Resources

Leicester City Council has published an extensive Guidance and Resource pack that has raised interest outside the UK. The pack consists of guidance documents, and a range of supporting materials that could serve as a inspiration also for the Nordic countries. Leicester City Council has also developed a strong OER policy, giving permission to the 84 community […]

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