Posted 26 August 2019 by Wayne Mackintosh
The OERu has established an Outreach Partnership Programme for qualifying institutions in the developing world to join our international network for free. The OERu is proud to launch this initiative with the announcement of our founding Outreach Partners from South Asia and Africa.
Posted 3 July 2019 by Wayne Mackintosh
Today, the OERu has partnered with Otago Polytechnic and Ara Institute of Canterbury on the launch a national Centre for Open Education Practice to promote, research, and develop open educational resources and practices for the benefit of all New Zealand learners in the post-secondary sector.
Posted 8 December 2014 by Lindsey Norris
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) student, Michelle Aragon had a study abroad experience without ever leaving home— and made history to boot, becoming the first student to receive academic credit for completing a course through the OERu.
Posted 11 May 2014 by Wayne Mackintosh
Today the OERu international consortium of universities, polytechnics, colleges and agencies launches our first open strategic planning consultation to answer three questions: Where are we now?, Where are we going?, and How do we get there? We invite OERu partners and the open education community to help us plan more affordable, sustainable and scalable education futures for all students worldwide.
Posted 18 December 2013 by OER Foundation Board of Directors
To better reflect the developing nature of the OERu collaboration, The Open Education Resource (OER) Foundation Board of Directors has amended the name of the OERu network to operate as the OER universitas (OERu). This change applies to all current and previous references that relate to the OERu.
Posted 20 November 2013 by OER Foundation
Two of the world’s leading international education agencies have presented Otago Polytechnic with a prestigious appointment in recognition of its leading-edge development in the tertiary education sector.
Posted 16 October 2013 by OER Foundation
Innovative education system to revolutionise tertiary learning
You can study world-class courses for free and count them towards real qualifications. This is the future of tertiary learning with the launch of the Open Educational Resource university (OERu), due to be unveiled on November 1, 2013.