Posted by Wayne Mackintosh on 6 March 2014
The OERu is entering the next phase of its development to gear up for scalable operations building on our experiences from the prototype phase during 2012 and 2013. Preparing for this growth requires the development of a number of infrastructure components identified during the second meeting of OERu anchor partners to facilitate smooth planning for OERu operations and delivering on our top priority of developing product for the OERu programme of study. The OERu favours incremental design where development activities are small enough to fail but when aggregated they inform decision-making for a scalable and adaptive system. For this reason, the OERu continues to incorporate demonstrator projects to inform ongoing development.
Posted by Wayne Mackintosh on 26 February 2014
Google Summer of Code is a competiion for students to work with open source institutions on summer coding projects. This year, the OER Foundation has been selected as one of the mentoring organisations. You can help improve the technology used by WikiEducator and the OERu to widen access to more affordable higher education for all.
Posted by OERu on 16 February 2014
Portage College has recently announced a partnership agreement with international education provider Open Educational Resources Universitas (OERu). The partnership allows the college to collaborate in building and providing Open Educational Resources (OERs) to students, in an effort to expand program offerings and provide affordable access to higher education.
Posted by OER Foundation Board of Directors on 18 December 2013
To better reflect the developing nature of the OERu collaboration, The Open Education Resource (OER) Foundation Board of Directors has amended the name of the OERu network to operate as the OER universitas (OERu). This change applies to all current and previous references that relate to the OERu.
Posted by OER Foundation on 20 November 2013
Two of the world’s leading international education agencies have presented Otago Polytechnic with a prestigious appointment in recognition of its leading-edge development in the tertiary education sector.
Posted by OER Foundation on 16 October 2013
Innovative education system to revolutionise tertiary learning
You can study world-class courses for free and count them towards real qualifications. This is the future of tertiary learning with the launch of the Open Educational Resource university (OERu), due to be unveiled on November 1, 2013.