- 1 Welcome to the UNESCO Communities Access2OER pages
- 2 Discussion 9th Feb - 9th March
- 3 An Access2OER proposal: Bridge (discussion starting 9th March)
- 4 Access 2 OER related events (coming out of our discussion)
1 Welcome to the UNESCO Communities Access2OER pages
2 Discussion 9th Feb - 9th March
This main discussion has now closed. A report of the discussion is being drafted, and you can read the draft on the wiki. When the report is finished, it will be circulated to the mailing list. You can access the sections of the report here:
3 An Access2OER proposal: Bridge (discussion starting 9th March)
To take these proposals further, a second mailing list has been set up: https://communities.unesco.org/wws/info/access2oer, where the discussion will continue, and concrete proposals will be developed. You are very welcome to join.
FIND OUT ABOUT THE PROPOSAL: Bridge.
4.1 Access 2 OER discussion at OCWC 2009
From: Tom Caswell: I am looking forward to facilitating a conversation among such wonderful people in the OER access and accessibility communities. I will send more information about our panel members soon. As a reminder, in this session we will discuss assistive technology efforts as well as projects to improve access to OER in developing countries. The session will be held in Monterrey, MX on April 22, from 11:30am to 1pm CDT (UTC/GMT -5 hours). This is an exploratory session to look at what projects are under way to improve accessibility and access to OER, and how is the OCW community participating. How are accessibility and access challenges similar and what strategies might offer solutions to both problems?
For details of the Elluminate site, please join the access2oer mailing list.
If you use twitter, please post comments and questions to twitter during the session. Please tag your posts with two tags:
If you want to see what's being posted, please check this link: http://search.twitter.com/search?q=access2oer09
Also, the conference website page for this session can be reached here:
For more about the conference as such, see
4.2 Proposal presentation at OpenVideo conference
Bjoern and Tiffiniy raised some awareness for the proposal at the Open Video conference (June 2009).