Open Educational Resources (OER)

/ Open Educational Resources (OER)

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are (digital) educational resources that you can use freely. Reuse by others is also permitted. This ensures that the material can be easily adapted. It can also be shared outside the classroom. OER include teaching materials as well as complete subjects, modules, textbooks, tests, software, and other tools, materials, or techniques that enable access to knowledge.

The large number of OER can make it difficult to find relevant and high-quality learning materials. That is why the Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC) and Saxion Library have compiled lists of OER on common subjects. They are intended to inspire and motivate you: to show you what valuable OER are available and can be used in your education.

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How can we help you?

Saxion Library explains Open Educational Resources, supports you in finding suitable educational resources. We also check the use of copyright-protected material and ensure that it is easy to find in the catalog. catalog. If you have any questions, please contact your account manager and the AIP:

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Research groups

Sarah Coombs

School of Social Work (AMM)
School of Applied Psychology and Human Resource Management (AMA)
School of Health (AGZ)
School of Education (APO)
School of Governance, Law & Urban Development (ABR&R)
School for Commerce and Entrepreneurship (SCE)

Cynthia Halfwerk