Bonus Thing C

Have you or would you now consider creating and sharing any of your own materials as OER?

The answer is NO. Mainly it’s because I do not consider myself an expert or professional in any way to be able to share any knowledge I have. Educational resources, in my opinion, requires specific and in-depth knowledge towards a certain area. (But do correct me if I’m wrong.)

Plus, creating those contents requires investing a huge amount of time and techniques to nicely deliver to the audience. I won’t be able to do it alone. So I think that’s why lots of higher education institutions around the world have been able to do so, even publishing MOOCs videos, since they naturally have the top scholars in every field, the resources and manpower to successfully creating OERs.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. 😀 This is how many people feel, however an open educational resource is simply a digital object that has an open licence allowing it to be re-mixed and re-used. So this could be a piece of music/audio, a picture on flickr, a diagram, a video, or just about anything.

    It is a pity we don’t have much content from the Business School just yet.

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    1. Phew it sounds a lot more manageable now ;D

      Indeed it is a pity. I think a lot of people would be very interested in business area because it is so related to our daily lives though.

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