Frank J. Müller What Can We Learn From Norway’s Experience With Open Educational Resources?
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How can we best implement digital learning in schools? In this video, FRANK J.MÜLLER argues that the Norwegian Digital Learning Arena’s (NDLA) work with Open Educational Resources offers a highly instructive case study. Interviewing professionals and companies working with NDLA as well as school book publishers who have opposed the platform since its introduction in 2006, Müller shows how Norway has dealt with questions around funding, software, sustainability and licensing. Underlining the centrality of openness to the success of the NDLA system, Müller’s work explains how other international educational systems can benefit from Norway’s experience.
LT Video Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.21036/LTPUB10834
Opportunities and Challenges of State-Financed Open Educational Resources. The Norwegian Model – A Way to More Inclusion?
- Frank J. Müller
- Published in 2019