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Katherine Wimpenny
My comments are in response to the vision of OpenMed and that the recommendations improve practices within all our own university systems, including how openness has to go far beyond offering contents publically available.
Katherine Wimpenny, 21/11/2016 16:16
Javiera Atenas
I do endorse and support these recommendations
Javiera Atenas, 23/11/2016 13:58
Cristobal Cobo
Comment 1: You can consider to explore mechanisms to speed up and promote those communities who are already promoting the adoption of OER. This is helpful and a great way to find sustainability (particularly after the funding is gone). Also I encourage you to adopt strategies and mechanisms to ensure the quality of the OER. (...)
Cristobal Cobo, 06/12/2016 20:21
Cristobal Cobo
Comment 2: Additional tools, services to foster curation or crowdsourced improvements are always positive forms to multiply and enlarge the OER movement. Open resources doesn’t mean good resources, being open is a good way to go if you want to learn from others! congrats for the work done! @cristobalcobo
Cristobal Cobo, 06/12/2016 20:21
Ismail Mekkaoui Alaoui
OER is a train going forward and all the Universities and Educational Institutions are going to take soon or later. OpenMed Project is helping to take this train in our region.
Ismail Mekkaoui Alaoui, 08/03/2017 22:58