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The Open Educational Resources Research Hub Project is based at the Institute of Educational Technology (Open University, UK) and funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. We are collaborating with projects across four educational sectors (K12, community colleges, higher education and informal) in the U.S., India and the UK to validate (or not) a series of hypotheses related to the impact of openness in teaching and learning practices. Together with the Flipped Learning Network we are hoping to findevidence that open educational resources (OER) improve student satisfaction and performance; that open licensing is important in educational reuse; that use of OER leads educators to reflect on their own practice; and that use of OER encourages institutions to change their policies.
In April/May of this year we asked the Flipped Learning Community to complete a survey and help us find out about teachers’ attitudes, beliefs and behaviours towards free online resources. In this session we will present what we mean by open educational resources, share some of the results of the survey and engage participants in discussing the following: How open is flipped learning? Does openness matter in the flipped classroom? If so, how can flipped teachers be more open?