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Sustaining OER at the University of Cape Town : free, but not cheap
Hodgkinson-Wiliams, Cheryl; Donnelly, Shihaam
Open Ed (7th : 2010 : Barcelona)
Open educational resource (OER) initiatives have made the shift from being a fringe activity to one that is increasingly considered as a key component in both teaching and learning in higher education and in the fulfilment of universities' mission and goals. Although the reduction in the cost of materials is often cited as a potential benefit of OER, this potential benefit has not yet been realised in practice necessitating thoughtful consideration of various strategies for new OER initiatives such as the OpenContent directory at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in South Africa.This paper reviews the range of sustainability strategies mentioned in the literature, plots the results of a small-scale OER sustainability survey against these strategies and explains how these findings and other papers on OER initiatives were used to inform an in-house workshop at UCT to deliberate the future strategy for the sustainability of OER at UCT.
open educational resources
open content
Open access
Web-based instruction
Ensenyament virtual
Accés obert
Enseñanza virtual
Acceso libre
Conference lecture
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya;
Open University of the Netherlands;
Brigham Young University

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