Nancy and I have just returned from a few days in Paris, at the World Congress on Open Educational Resources at UNESCO. The meeting brought together “global governments, educators, NGOs and prominent universities such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).” Find about more about the Congress, which saw the launch of what is called the ‘Paris Declaration on OER’. There is also a full list of presentations with a link to the live streaming on the UNESCO website, and we have also got a link to our presentation online. Nancy and I were thrilled to be speaking about the need to share information literacy resources as OERs and the role that librarians as a community of practice, can play in being advocates for OERs more widely in their institution.

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