OERu (Open planning pages)
like-minded institutions committed to creating flexible pathways for OER learners to gain formal academic credit.
The OERu aims to provide free learning opportunities to all students worldwide using OER learning materials with pathways to gain credible qualifications from recognised education institutions. It is based on the community service and outreach mission to develop a parallel learning universe to augment and add value to traditional delivery systems in post-secondary education. Through the community service mission of participating institutions we will open pathways for OER learners to earn formal academic credit and pay reduced fees for assessment and credit.
Founding anchor partners (current)
OER Foundation (non-teaching)
See: Founding anchor partner statements
Anchor partners (current)
Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University claims accolade of first OERu partner from the Middle East.
The Open University confirms decision to join the OERu.
Contact North | Contact Nord joins the OERu network as anchor partner.
North-West University joins the OERu network as anchor partner.
eCampusAlberta joins the OERu network as non-teaching partner.
University of Tasmania becomes OERu anchor partner.
Charles Sturt University joins forces with the OERu.
Lincoln University joins the OERu open partnership as anchor partner.
Institute of Technology Sligo becomes Ireland's first anchor partner.
S.N.D.T Women's University in India becomes an anchor partner.