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September 18 2019

Neues Dossier zu freien Bildungsmaterialien/OER

Wofür braucht es frei lizenzierte Bildungsmaterialien? Wie lassen sich solche „Open Educational Resources“ (OER) auffinden, nutzen und erstellen? Welche rechtlichen Fragen werfen sie auf? Was bedeuten OER in bildungspolitischen Diskussionen?

Auf diese und weitere Aspekte geht unser neuestes Dossier zu freien Bildungsmaterialien und OER ein. Hierfür haben wir ausgewählte Artikel und Veröffentlichungen zu OER zusammengestellt und thematisch sortiert.

Somit stehen Ihnen hier in gebündelter Aufmachung praktische Handlungshilfen, nützliche Erklärtexte und hilfreiches Grundwissen zur Verfügung, zu rechtlichen Fragen ebenso wie zu Werkzeugen. Zudem enthält das Dossier zahlreiche Links auf weiterführende Literatur zum Vertiefen und Herunterladen.


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