OERu/OERu 15.10 Meeting/Group 4 Critical friend review
What is the OERu doing well?
- Established network without much funds
- Provide enrichment to participants
- Every step of the movement is documented and transparent
- Models open practices
- Genuine bottom-up movement
Where or how can the OERu network improve?
- Not hitting targets for participation
- Selling clear benefits to CEOs e.g. newsletter
- Sharing of related institutional policy documents
- Wiki not always intuitive
- Whole institution need to be involved
- Clarity of where OERu is going
- Need parallel progress in course and framework development
- Start looking at themes
- Strategic needs analysis to identify portfolio of courses – could be low-hanging fruit
What are the top 3 priorities this partner meeting should address?
- How to get courses up and running
- Start to identify themes for courses development
- Dealing with RPL i.e. the “OERu credit transfer and course articulation guidelines”
Do you have any issues which should be tabled at the OERu Council of CEOs meeting?
- How to sell the OERu case to CEOs – clear summary of benefits