Open informational ecosystems play a crucial role in fostering open educational resources (OER) and allow new opportunities to share and collaborate in the learning and teaching environment. Such ecosystems containing interoperable infrastructures and open interfaces aim at fulfilling user needs and fostering practices related to the concept of OER and the five user rights (5R’s). To fully embrace this role, those ecosystems need to be designed carefully. In this paper, implications for open informational ecosystems are discussed to fully comprise the concept of OER and related user needs.
Erschienen in Open Education Studies, 2(1), 252–646.
Heck, T., Kullmann, S., Hiebl, J., Schröder, N., Otto, D., & Sander, P.