The UNESCO OER Recommendation : Platforms for Sharing Knowledge Openly
The session will also emphasize the sharing of information and experience on OER platforms, the importance of partnerships and the perspectives in this area.
1. How the 2019 UNESCO OER Recommendation can be used as a theoretical foundation/conceptual framework for public digital ecosystems/platforms and its five action areas
2. Without international collaboration (content, capacity, infrastructure), can platforms be built? The Dynamic Coalition and the OER Recommendation as one of the pillars of this echosystem/ There is no platform without strong and sustainable partnerships
3. What is the current state of play of national OER platforms/ecosystems? National experience ? Lessons learned? How can we leverages the national successes
4. to develop opportunities, including capacity and policies, for teachers and learners to benefit from open educational resources? What lessons/recommendations can be shared with others from these experiences?
5. How can we foster the development of national, multinational and global OER platforms that are open and publicly funded?