We welcome suggestions for evidence of OER Impact and examples of OER Policy. You are also encouraged to add your OER project to the map!
Some tips for use:
- First, select the type of data you will add – evidence, policy or project
- ‘Citation’ should be either a URL or an academic reference
- The body of the evidence entry works like a ‘WSYIWYG ‘ editor
- OER Impact Map supports the use of WordPress shortcodes to embed multimedia content (YouTube, SlideShare, Embedded Tweets, etc.)
- Paste in an address and hit ‘Geocode’ to generate a map reference
- Select a country
- Submit for review
- Use the hypothesis list to work out where evidence fits or mark it ‘Unassigned’
- Be sure to mark evidence as positive (for the hypothesis) or negative (against the hypothesis) and identify the sector the evidence comes from
- If adding a project, include some text from the project website (or Wikipedia) and a homepage link
- If adding a policy be sure to select the scope (Local (Institutional)/Regional/National/International) and the relevant education sectors – link back to the policy and add a brief summary or paste in relevant sections
If you’d like to add multiple entries you might find our bookmarklet tool useful.
Please note that at present only registered users can contribute (though open sign-in should be supported soon). To request an account use the contact form on the project blog.