Mini OER Learning Snacks Nr. 2 – How can I find OER?

Hello and welcome to the second issue of “Mini OER Learning Snacks”!

This week, we will dive deeper into ways to find OER.

OER are not hard to find, you just need to look at the right places. Good indications for OER are open licences (e.g. CC0, CC BY)—we will discuss licences next week—and modifiable formats (e.g. H5P, editable Word documents). 

These are great starting points to look for OER:

Bonus: Where to find openly licensed material for OER?

Our prompt this week for you is: Reflect on the material that you have found and used. How are they licenced? Have you used them correctly according to the licence? Among the sources suggested above, are there new sources that you would like to take a look at?

An archive of the Mini OER Learning Snacks can be found here on our blog.

Best regards,

Nele & Phuong