OER Policy

Open Washington Open Educational Resources Network: About Policy Video

Everyone talks about OER Policy, but what does it mean? What do OER policies look like in practice? How do they impact OER initiatives? How does our government and our world perceive Open policy? Is policy always necessary in OER implementation? SBCTC invites you on a journey, one where you will explore different paths,  each one reÄecting on these questions through interviews with experts in various areas of OER. These interviews are woven into a series of multimedia presentations on Open Education policy strategy, implementation, and vision.

Africa Nazarene University: Policy on OER Integration Into ODeL and Campus-based Provision

The purpose of this OER Policy is to:
  • guide the development and review of OER materials prior to sharing them on a worldwide scale
  • clarify publication rights and licensing issues
  • outline policies regarding the use of required infrastructure (information technology, library, etc.) and other support services
  • identify human and other resources to support faculty in developing OER for teaching and learning
  • define collaborations within and external to the university and the intent to allow access.

OER Policy Review and Development Toolkit

OER Policy Review & Development Toolkit This toolkit is aimed at higher education stakeholders who are working with Open Educational Resources (OER). It is designed to help you review your own institutional policy environment and where necessary institut

Policy for development and use of Open Educational Resources (OER) - KNUST

In August 2010, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) passed a landmark institutional policy in support of OER. As is the tradition in many universities, faculty performance evaluation at KNUST was originally based largely on publ