Open Education Resources: Educators, Students, Perceptions and Change

ID: 52826 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Christine Sabieh, Notre Dame University, Lebanon

Wednesday, June 27 12:00-12:20 PM Location: Oost View on map

Presider: Kieran McGlade, Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom

Abstract: : Research literature indicated that Open Education Resources (OER) met needs, promoted motivation, and impacted learning and teaching settings. Descriptive data collected through survey indicated that students’ perceptions and educators’ perception of OER and OER usage diverge. The purpose of the study was to share by identifying the educators’ and students’ perceptions for using OER in a teaching-learning space to see how change materializes. Results are discussed as are implications and recommendations

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