Ed.gov: #GoOpen with Educational Resources

U.S. Department of Education Launches Campaign to Encourage Schools to #GoOpen with Educational Resources
October 29, 2015

Department proposes rule requiring educational materials created with federal grants to be openly licensed so that any school has access

Edmodo, a K-12 education network for teacher and student collaboration, announced an upgrade to its resource sharing platform, Edmodo Spotlight, to enable searching, curating, and sharing openly licensed educational resources from the Education Department’s Learning Registry.

Microsoft is committed to index content from the Learning Registry by creating a new app so educators can search and access openly licensed educational resources through LTI compliant learning management and publisher systems. In addition, Microsoft announced enhanced features to Docs.com, Sway and OneNote Class Notebook to enable educators to create, discover, rate, and share openly licensed educational resources.

Creative Commons, … open licensing to enable use and re-use of content, announced they will lead workshops across the country with thousands of district leaders to help them scale the use of openly licensed educational resources

ASCD, a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching, and leading

The Illinois Shared Learning Environment released a redesigned version of their IOER platform that makes it easier than ever for teachers and school leaders to find high-quality open educational resources by learning standards.


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