OER Curation Framework

Realizing the potential of OER, school librarians have begun to play an ever-increasing role in enabling its use by curating OER to meet specific teaching and learning needs in their schools and districts. But what do these curation practices look like, and how might they be further enabled within and across schools? To answer these questions, ISKME, in partnership with Florida State University School of Information, conducted a national study to explore what OER curation looks like for school librarians who are leading the way in OER curation practice. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wTzE7rKg9Kbzm3t24TIxIJy_bEA81sDqVvwIXPC7OYA/edit


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