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Selected examples of OER in Asia

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Selected examples of OER in Asia

  1. 1. OER in Asia Examples Ramesh C SharmaNote: Cases mentioned inside may have different licences. Hence Please do check them.
  2. 2. OER University (2011) https://oeru.org/
  3. 3. OER Foundation • Independent • Not for Profit ogranisation • Established in 2009 • WikiEducator (80,000 + educators)
  4. 4. OERu Partners
  5. 5. OERu Courses
  6. 6. https://www.openeducationweek.org/
  7. 7. Past Events
  8. 8. Resources
  9. 9. Afghanistan: Darakht-e Danesh (‘knowledge tree’) Online Library https://www.darakhtdanesh.org/en
  10. 10. Armenia = OA Earth-prints Repository
  11. 11. Armenia = http://archive.iite.unesco.org/oer/list/?p=30
  12. 12. Bahrain = Ministry of Education Open Data http://www.moe.gov.bh/opendata.aspx
  13. 13. Bangladesh http://www.muktopaath.gov.bd/lo gin/auth Open e-learning Bangla platform Muktopaath launched
  14. 14. Cambodia = Open Educational Resources (OER) Cambodia blog, managed by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS), Cambodia! http://oer.moeys.gov.kh/
  15. 15. China http://chinese.rutgers.edu/index.htm
  16. 16. Chinese Open Resources for Education (CORE) Promotes closer interaction and open sharing of educational resources between Chinese and international universities http://www.core.org.cn/en/index.htm
  17. 17. China Education and Research Network • China Education and Research Network (CERNET), the nationwide academic network, is funded by the Chinese government, managed by the Ministry of Education (MoE), constructed and operated by Tsinghua University etc, and is the largest non-profit network in China.Currently, CERNET has 10 regional centers, 38 provincial nodes, and the national center is located at Tsinghua University. More than 2000 universities, education organizations and research institutes connect with CERNET and the number of end users is greater than 20 million. • CERNET has high speed connection to other Chinese research networks including CSTNET. CERNET also has several global connection links to North America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific with 11 Gbps bandwidth in total.As an important national educational and research infrastructure, CERNET supports many key national network applications, including online recruiting for universities entrance, distance learning, digital library, grids for education and research, etc.
  18. 18. Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University (SLIBNU) • Smart Learning Institute (SLI) is affiliated to Beijing Normal University (BNU), and serves as an experimental platform comprising scientific research, technology development and education. SLI is also a joint venture between BNU and Elernity. • SLI focuses on researching learning patterns under ICT environments, designing smart learning environments and building platforms that enable life-long learning and support the various, personalized and differentiated learning styles of digital learners.
  19. 19. China: Belt and Road International Community for Open Educational Resource http://sli.bnu.edu.cn/en/Belt___Road/
  20. 20. Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited
  21. 21. Cyberport = Member of Open Education Consortium • Cyberport is a creative digital community with a cluster of technology and digital content tenants. • It is managed by Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited which is wholly owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government. • With a vision to establish itself as a leading information and communications technology (ICT) hub in the Asia-Pacific region, Cyberport is committed to facilitating the local economy by nurturing ICT industry start-ups and entrepreneurs, driving collaboration to pool resources and create business opportunities, and accelerating ICT adoption through strategic initiatives and partnerships. • Equipped with an array of state-of-the-art ICT facilities and a cutting-edge broadband network, the Cyberport community is home to four grade-A intelligent office buildings, a five-star design hotel, and a retail entertainment complex.
  22. 22. National Taiwan Ocean University (Member of Open Education Consortium)
  23. 23. National Taiwan Ocean University (Member of Open Education Consortium) • National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU) was established in 1953 as Provincial Taiwan Maritime Technology College. Eleven years later, in 1964, we became a maritime college that offered bachelor's and master's degrees in various maritime fields. During this period, the college was supported by the Taiwan Provincial Government of the Republic of China. In 1979, we became a national institution, and were renamed the National Taiwan College of Marine Science and Technology. A decade later, in 1989, the college became a full-fledged university. • At present, NTOU has six colleges - Maritime Science and Management, Life Sciences, Ocean Science and Resource, Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, as well as Humanities and Social Sciences. These Colleges house a total of 28 undergraduate departments and graduate institutes. • As we look at the progress over the last 52 years, the University has undergone great growth and change and is now recognized as one of the nation's most importantcenters of learning and scholarship, especially in the marine sciences and maritime studies. • Responding to the changing needs of society and the widening interests of our students, we are developing into a comprehensive university with a unique maritime focus. We aim to be an internationally known institution of higher education. Toward this end, our social sciences and liberal arts programs are developing as a core part of education at NTOU. The University is rapidly moving toward providing a positive learning environment and culture for intellectual and personal growth, with ocean interests as our unique characteristic.
  24. 24. Cyprus = Eastern Mediterranean University https://www.emu.edu.tr/en/academics/opencourseware/1332
  25. 25. Georgia https://www.affordablelearninggeorgia.org/
  26. 26. The University of Georgia http://www.ctl.uga.edu/oer
  27. 27. The University of Georgia http://www.ctl.uga.edu/pages/resources
  28. 28. WIKIMEDIA India http://wiki.wikimedia.in/Home
  29. 29. India http://www.tess-india.edu.in/
  30. 30. https://www.edx.org/es/course/oer-k-mdhym-s-adhypk-shkss-k-smddhkrnn-tess-india
  31. 31. NPTEL
  32. 32. Telangana Open Educational Resources (TROER) http://troer.telangana.gov.in/OER/
  33. 33. Karnataka Open Educational Resources http://karnatakaeducation.org.in/KOER/en/index.php/Main_Page
  34. 34. NROER https://nroer.gov.in/home/repository
  35. 35. Pratham Books: a Creative Commons case study Pratham Books is a nonprofit children's book publishing house in India that uses CC licenses to further distribution, translation and reuse of its works. Its mission is simple, "A Book in Every Child’s Hand," and it has two parts: one is to create more reading matter such that there is more material available for children to read, and the second is really a corollary – to be able to get books to where children need it the most, which means that the books need to be culturally and linguistically relevant and must be in forms that foster inclusiveness. https://prathambooks.org/
  36. 36. NIOS http://oer.nios.ac.in/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
  37. 37. IT For Change - Bengaluru https://www.itforchange.net/ All content (except where explicitly stated) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License for widescale, free reproduction and translation.
  38. 38. Kerala – (FOSS)
  39. 39. TIFR
  40. 40. Open Access India http://openaccessindia.org/what-are-open-educational-resources/
  41. 41. Indonesia https://oerknowledgecloud.org/category/country/indonesia
  42. 42. Indonesia https://en.unesco.org/news/promoting-open-educational- resources-across-indonesia
  43. 43. I-OER an online portal Indonesia http://i-oer.com/
  44. 44. Perpustakaan Digital - Indonesia http://www.pustaka.ut.ac.id/lib/
  45. 45. Repository Universitas Potensi Utama http://repository.potensi-utama.ac.id/jspui/
  46. 46. International University of Iran - Farabi Institute of Higher Education Farabi Open Courseware http://farabihe.ir/
  47. 47. Iran: Bahá’í Institute for Higher Education http://www.bihe.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=146&Itemid=236
  48. 48. Iran: Shahid Beheshti University • Shahid Beheshti University was established in 1959 as the National University of Iran. The University offers more than 127 programs at Master's and more than 65 at Ph.D. levels. As an MIT OCW Translation Affiliate it has translated 64 courses during 2006-2009 into Persian that also have direct links on the MIT OCW homepage to the Shahid Beheshti-translated version.
  49. 49. The Open University of Israel https://www.openu.ac.il/ Through Pe'er portal (Pe'er is the Hebrew acronym for "Opening the Treasures of the Mind"), the OUI provides free access to tens of academic textbooks in electronic format, most of them in Hebrew, few in Russian, Arabic and English.
  50. 50. MEITAL- Inter-University Center for e- Learning - Israel MEITAL's main projects is MAOR - Metadata and Objects Repository. The database is accessible to all the Israeli educational institutes, includes diverse and accessible learning objects, and provides tools for searching and locating objects to be used in learning frameworks. https://meital.iucc.ac.il/en/home-3/
  51. 51. Japan
  52. 52. Japan Opencourseware Consortium (JOCW) http://www.jocw.jp/AboutJOCW.htm
  53. 53. Center for Open Education, Hokkaido University (HU-OEC) Japan Center for Open Education at Hokkaido University (HU-OEC) is an organization to promote open education around the campus. This organization develops OERs for the improvement of education in the university by introducing blended- learning and online learning.
  54. 54. Center for E-Learning and Open Educational Resources Jordan University of Science and Technology http://www.just.edu.jo/Centers/justlearn/Pages/Open-Educational-Resources.aspx
  55. 55. Arabic OER Platform: Jordan Open Source Association http://jordanopensource.org/article/arabic-oer-platform-start
  56. 56. OpenMed - Opening up Education in South- Mediterranean countries (OpenMed) https://openmedproject.eu/
  57. 57. Kazakhstan OER http://en.unesco.kz/expanding-open-educational-resources-for-lifelong-learning-in- kazakhstan
  58. 58. Open Educational Resources for Lifelong Learning in Kazakhstan
  59. 59. Open Library Kyrgyzstan http://lib.kg/
  60. 60. Open Educational Resources at Notre Dame University, Louaize, Lebanon http://www.ndu.edu.lb/news-and-events/events/announcements/open-education-consortium-at-nd
  61. 61. OER Lebanon http://www.oerleb.org/home
  62. 62. OUM-Malaysia
  63. 63. OER Asia (WOU) https://oerasia.org/
  64. 64. OER @ USM http://ocw.usm.my/
  65. 65. One Mongolia: Building an open network for education in Mongolia https://oerknowledgecloud.org/content/one-mongolia-building-open- network-education-mongolia
  66. 66. Kyung Hee Cyber University, Mongolia KHCU was evaluated as 2007 Best Online University by the Ministry of Education. Member of Open Education Consortium
  67. 67. NEPAL http://pustakalaya.org/en/about/
  68. 68. Nepal = E-Pustakalaya http://pustakalaya.org/en/about/
  69. 69. Seoul National University Korea https://www.nie.edu.sg/news-detail/oer-seminar-on-ict-innovations-sharings-from- south-korea-and-singapore
  70. 70. Korea • The history of OER in Korea began with the adoption of Open Source Software (OSS) in 2004 in developing NEIS to handle the administrative information relevant to the affairs of students, teachers, and of primary and secondary schools. It was reported as the largest governmental OSS project ever taken in the world. The collaboration for promoting OSS among the Republic of Korea, China, and Japan has been consolidated considerably since the Republic of Korea developed the NEIS. Promotion of OSS further extended from merely an adoption of the open source system software to UX, and the My SQL data base management system, to the applications of virtual servers.
  71. 71. Korea Open Courseware (KOCW) http://www.kocw.net/home/index.do
  73. 73. Oman = Higher College of Technology http://www.hct.edu.om/about/the-college/event-gallery/oer- workshop
  74. 74. Omani universities can utilise open educational resources available freely on the Internet https://www.muscatdaily.com/Archive/Stories-Files/Open-Education-3wrv
  75. 75. Muscat - Modern College of Business & Science (MCBS) https://www.muscatdaily.com/Archive/Oman/MCBS-to-conduct-workshop-on- Open-Educational-Resources-on-May-2-58n0
  76. 76. Pakistan https://conference.oeconsortium.org/2017/presentation/oer-use-by-public-school- students-in-pakistan/
  77. 77. Virtual University of Pakistan (VUP) http://www.vu.edu.pk/
  78. 78. Pakistan National Commission for UNESCO http://www.moent.gov.pk/mopttm/userfiles1/file/2nd%20World%20Open%20E ducational%20Resources%20(OER)_docx.pdf
  79. 79. Palestine https://oerqualityproject.wordpress.com/2017/04/24/open-education- in-palestine-a-tool-for-liberation/
  80. 80. Open Education in Palestine http://acreelman.blogspot.com/2018/08/open-education-in-palestine.html
  81. 81. Temoa portal on OER http://www.temoa.info/taxonomy/term/30823
  82. 82. Palestine OER Strategy Forum https://openmedproject.eu/results/national-oer-strategy-forums/palestine/
  83. 83. Philippines https://en.unesco.org/news/manila-workshop-explore-open-education-resources- improve-teacher-competency
  84. 84. UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES - OPEN UNIVERSITY http://networks.upou.edu.ph/category/open-educational-resources-oer/
  85. 85. Qatar http://www.unesco.org/new/en/member-states/single- view/news/unesco_and_qatar_national_commission_organize_consultation_w/
  86. 86. OER Commons Arabic https://www.iskme.org/media/press-releases/debut-oer-commons-arabic-expands- global-reach-open-educational-resources
  87. 87. Qatar Foundation International https://www.qfi.org/
  88. 88. Russia https://medium.com/@iradche/overview-of-russian-open-education-projects- ca6c495f3232
  89. 89. Между нами http://www.mezhdunami.org/
  90. 90. NTI: Russia https://asi.ru/eng/nti/
  91. 91. Saudi Arabia http://oer.elc.edu.sa/
  92. 92. Saudi OER Network https://shms.sa/
  93. 93. SHMS – Saudi OER Network
  94. 94. Singapore http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/
  95. 95. Singapore Management University http://researchguides.smu.edu.sg/c.php?g=627035&p=4383930
  96. 96. Singapore Management University https://library.smu.edu.sg/news/2017/oct/17/open-educational-resources
  97. 97. Sri Lanka http://www.ou.ac.lk/home/index.php/open-educational-resources
  98. 98. Sri Lanka
  99. 99. Syria http://www.unesco.org/new/en/beirut/single- view/news/digital_transformation_and_open_education_resources_oer_t/
  100. 100. Free online courses on English for Syrian refugees https://www.tonybates.ca/2018/06/08/free-online-courses-on-english-for-syrian-refugees/
  101. 101. Taiwan https://www.oeconsortium.org/members/view/213/
  102. 102. National Taiwan University https://www.researchstash.com/2017/12/07/national-taiwan-university-sets-up- online-open-course-portal-targeting-southeast-asian-countries/
  103. 103. Tajkistan https://news.tj/en/news/tajikistan/society/20161004/231603
  104. 104. The Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation − Tajikistan https://www.osiaf.tj/en/
  105. 105. Open Society Education https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/reports/children-special-education-needs- kazakhstan-kyrgyzstan-and-tajikistan
  106. 106. Thai Open Educational Resources https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/stocktaking/projects/Project/Details?projectId=1 514681461
  107. 107. Thailand Cyber University Project https://www.thaicyberu.go.th/en
  108. 108. Thailand Cyber University Open Courseware http://www.videoblog.thaicyberu.go.th/courseware/
  109. 109. Turkey https://linc.mit.edu/linc2010/proceedings/session10Aydin.pdf
  110. 110. Yunus Emre Learning Portal https://turkce.yee.org.tr/
  111. 111. United Arab Emirates (UAE) https://oeru.org/oeru-partners/hamdan-bin-mohammed-smart-university/
  112. 112. Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University https://www.hbmsu.ac.ae/
  113. 113. Uzbekistan https://iite.unesco.org/news/639323/
  114. 114. ZiyoNET https://www.uzbekistan.de/en/nachrichten/nachrichten/educational-portal-ziyonet- updated
  115. 115. Viet Nam http://www.unesco.org/new/en/hanoi/about-the-ha-noi-office/single- view/news/third_national_conference_on_open_education_resources_in_vie/
  116. 116. Viet Nam https://www.rmit.edu.vn/news/rmit-fosters-open-educational-resources
  117. 117. Vietnam Open Educational Resources (VOER) Program http://vnfoundation.org/vietnam-open-educational-resources-voer-program.html