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Next seminar will be held in 2014 hosted by AgroKnow, Greece.

Building successful educational repositories

Stakeholders of educational repositories are advised by EdReNe's consolidated recommendations report, which sums up the key points grouped according to four major themes: Repository strategies, Engaging users, Rights Issues, and Standards and interoperability. (read more in EdReNe Consolidated recommendations report)

Are current standardization bodies in sync with actual user needs?

Many of the most successful repository initiatives - measured in terms of active users - have not heavily engaged with educational technology standards  … does this indicate that current standardization bodies are not in sync with actual user needs …
(read more in EdReNe synthesis report on standards and interoperability)

Bringing the buzzing teacher room online

Community features are added to educational repositories to build a more active and engaged user community. Competent and engaged community management and implementing best-of-breed designs for repository functionality are key to success …
(read more in synthesis report on Engaging Users)

Planning for success – repository strategies

A successful educational repository requires a clear business case, early engagement with all relevant stakeholders, a strong focus on integration, open standards and build upon existing communities of practice …
(read more in EdReNe synthesis report on Repository Strategies)

Recent seminars

10th EdReNe conference
6 - 7 November 2013, in Brussels, Belgium.
organised by EUN.

Themes:
• Open Up Education / Open Educational Resources
• Open data in transforming education
• Europeana Creative
• The future of educational standards
• Learning resources for Special Educational Needs students
• The iTEC project – results and resources
• News from members

See minutes …

9th EdReNe conference "Digitisation of the curriculum",
10 - 11 December 2012, in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Organised by SLO, OU and Kennisnet.

See minutes …

 

Copyright legislation is not in tune with educators’ expectations

The EdReNe discussions illustrate that current copyright legislation is not in tune with what would be expected by the education sector using open licensing while waiting for a reform of copyright law …
(read more in EdReNe synthesis report on rights issues)

Who we are and what we do

EdReNe brings together members from webbased repositories of learning resources with content owners and other stakeholders within education.
We share, develop and document strategies, experiences and solutions on the organisation, structuring and functionality of repositories. The overall goal is to improve the provision of and access to learning resources.


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Educational Repositories
See current national overviews of European educational repositories

Download a leaflet about the EdReNe …

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