Welcome to WikiEducator
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We're turning the digital divide into digital dividends using free content and open networks. We hope you will join us.
The purpose of WikiEducator
|The WikiEducator is an evolving community intended for the collaborative:
- planning of education projects linked with the development of free content;
- development of free content on Wikieducator for e-learning;
- work on building open education resources (OERs) on how to create OERs.
- networking on funding proposals developed as free content.
Empire State College is one of the colleges of the State University of New York. Empire State College is a pioneer of distance education and world leader in the evolution of open and online learning. "Open institutions around the world serve millions of learners" said Dr Alan Davis, President of Empire State College "and the importance of open education resources is rapidly growing". Empire State College is a founding gold member of the OER Foundation and is collaborating with institutions around the world in building the OER university network. Read more ...
See also Empire State College
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|Please join us in developing free and open educational content for the world!|
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WikiEducator is a dynamic and exciting community of educators who believe passionately that learning materials should be free and open to all. Listen to Desmond Tutu on freedom in education and check out the exciting roles in our community.
Featured WikiEducator User Pages: Benjamin Stewart
WikiEducator honours its stellar members and innovative community in different ways. We are proud of our fabulous members from all over the world and the contributions they have made to this project. The User Page Expo Award is a monthly feature maintained by Dr. Ramesh Sharma and Dr. Nellie Deutsch, to honour innovative user pages and exemplary members.
Please meet the winner for April, 2013, Benjamin Stewart.
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|Work through OCL4Ed2012.12 at your own pace.|
Open content licensing for educators (OCL4Ed) is a free online workshop designed for educators and students who want to learn more about open education resources, copyright, and Creative Commons licenses.
The material is all freely available online (in multiple formats) and provides an excellent way to check or brush up on your understanding of open content licensing.
In the news
Aspiring to be higher education’s leading player in disruptive innovation, SNHU joins forces with OERu to re-envisage models using open education approaches. Read more ...
SUNY Empire State College leads the way as the first founding anchor partner of the OER university in the United States. "By joining OERu, Empire State College will join the global community of learners who contribute to and benefit from open educational resources." said Alan Davis, President of SUNY Empire State College. Read more ...
History in the making for Open Education Resources: Free learning for all students worldwide. New portal for the OER university concept launched on WikiEducator. Meeting summary with video highlights available. Read more ...
WikiEducator believes learning materials should be free for all students of the world. WE invest in educators to share knowledge freely.WE are proud to announce the launch of our gifting campaign and membership recruitment drive. We need your suppOERt! donate now or join as a founding member and give the gift of knowledge to ensure access to free and open education for all.
Another free Learning4Content online training workshop will be taking place soon. Watch for updates.
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Our community values...
diversity, freedom, innovation, transparency, equality, inclusivity, empowerment, human dignity, wellbeing and sustainability.
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