temoa: Open Educational Resources (OER) Portal, launches a new feature for sharing educational experiences.
In order to foster
collaboration and sharing of educational experiences,
presents a better way to assess their learning resources. The added
value of the usefulness of the reviews of educational resources
increases allowing ratings from different dimensions like: Quality,
Motivation, Presentation design, Usability, Accessibility, and
The reviews allow students and faculty to share their experience and opinion in a more specific way, adding value to the community.
Also has been enabled the option of vote if the review was useful or not, allowing to know the opinion of the rest of the community.
This new functionality is available from September 2, 2011. The creation of reviews and the vote requires a registered account on temoa.info, you may register or login now: http://www.temoa.info/en/user
The axes of classification are based on the instrument "Learning Object Review Instrument (LORI)" from the E-Learning Research and Assessment Network, supported by work sessions with teachers from the Tecnológico de Monterrey.
The reuse of Open Educational Resources from Knowledge Hub was presented at the “4th Annual School of the Future World Summit 2008: What's Possible?” presented by Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com/) and partnered by Intel (http://www.intel.com/), held in Seattle, Washington - 1-4 December, 2008
The Knowledge Hub was presented at “The Summit on the Global Agenda” which purpose is to advance solutions to the most critical challenges facing humanity. Global Agenda Councils represent transformational innovation in global governance, creating multistakeholder groups composed of the most innovative and influential minds for the purpose of advancing knowledge as well as collaboratively developing solutions for the most crucial issues on the global agenda. Dubai, United Arab Emirates 7-9 November 2008
The Knowledge Hub and its preliminary research results were presented at the “The Fifth Annual Open Education Conference” with title “Open Education 2008: Celebrating Ten Years of Open Content” co-organized by The Center for Open and Sustainable Development (COSL, http://cosl.usu.edu/) and the OpenCourseWare Consortium(OCWC, www.ocwconsortium.org), held in Logan, Utah on September 24-26, 2008
The Knowledge Hub was presented at the “Open Education Conference 2008”, co-organized by Dalian University of Technology (DUT, http://www.dlut.edu.cn), OpenCourseWare Consortium(OCWC, www.ocwconsortium.org) and China Open Resources for Education(CORE, www.core.org.cn), held in Dalian, China on April, 24-27, 2008.