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Title: Opening up! How to take full advantage of Open Educational Resources (OER) for Management Education
Authors: Terrasse, Christophe
Marinova, Boriana
Greller, Wolfgang
Bitter-Rijpkema, Marlies
Schwertel, Uta
Keywords: OER
OpenScout
Management Education
Issue Date: 8-Nov-2012
Abstract: General awareness and availability of Open educational resources (OER) have increased in recent years. Some institutions have already started incorporating OER in their strategies. However, compared to other educational fields, OER in Management and Business education have shown rather slow growth. This article discusses the incentives and barriers for the use of OER in Management and Business education. It reviews some useful accomplishments in the field, presents recommendations from various stakeholders and introduces the OpenScout initiative aimed at gathering OER and related tools for Management education.
Description: Terrasse, C., Marinova, B., Greller, W., Bitter-Rijpkema, M., & Schwertel, U. (2012). Opening up! How to take full advantage of Open Educational Resources (OER) for Management Education. In B. Rienties, P. Daly, S. Reeb-Gruber, K. Reid, & P. Van den Bossche, Proceedings of the 19th EDINEB Conference The Role of Business Education in a Chaotic World (pp. 145-149). Haarlem: FEBA ERD Press.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/4505
ISBN: 978-90-813727-5-6
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