Kiwi OER resources and initiatives

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The community is invited to list links to NZ-based projects and initiatives which meet the requirements of the Free Cultural Works definition. This will serve as an inventory to gauge the state of New Zealand's OER interventions.

New Zealand OER resources and links

Noteworthy New Zealand free content projects

Description: Modular course design, reusable learning objects, 10 courses developed for the NZ curricula
Lead institution: Open Polytechnic of New Zealand
License: CC-BY-SA

Description: Guidelines designed to help institutions improve their e-learning practice
Lead institution: Massey University
License: CC-BY

Description: A model for institutions to assess and compare their capability to sustainably develop, deploy and support e-learning.
Lead institution: Victoria University of Wellington.
License: CC-BY-SA

Description: OER resources and courses being developed on WikiEducator
Lead institution: Otago Polytechnic
License:: CC-BY

Description:Twelve Online modules based on the ANZIIL standards for information literacy.
Lead institution: University of Otago
License: CC-BY-SA

Description:An international open access publishing collective for peer-reviewed scholarship in the humanities founded by New Zealand, Australian, US, Canadian and UK academics
License: CC-BY

Description: Unforeseen Circumstances: An Unethical Adventure
Lead institution: Massey University (funded by Ako Aotearoa)
License: CC-BY-NC

Selected OER Research reports and publications