[...] I2. Liaise with regional and international initiatives (i.e. consortiums, worldwide federations, open education alliances, initiatives promoted by UNESCO, etc.) that may enhance the visibility of the region in worldwide Open Education initiatives and respond to international quality assurance standards to assess and evaluate educational resources.
Antonio Vetrò
I see the neither benefits nor motivations for evaluating the quality of the material (what is quality of an educational material?). This should be left internally to the institutions, if they wish to do so.
Antonio Vetrò, 16/11/2016 09:08
Javiera Atenas
I assume this related to ensuring that the OER produced are inclusive and consider accessibility principles so students that may have physical or health related disadvantages are not left behind because they cannot interact with the resources in an effective way
Javiera Atenas, 23/11/2016 13:57
Lorna M. Campbell
Agree with both these comments. Quality is important when it relates to diversity, inclusivity, and accessibility, less so when it relates to an abstract notion of academic quality.
Lorna M. Campbell, 28/02/2017 15:38