Ana María Sandoval-Poveda (Universidad Estatal a Distancia), Mildred Acuña-Sossa (Universidad Estatal a Distancia), Diana Hernández-Montoya (Universidad Estatal a Distancia), Fabiola Cantero-Acosta (Universidad Estatal a Distancia)
The Universidad Estatal a Distancia (UNED) of Costa Rica, through its Open Educational Resources Node (OER Node), conducted a search, selection and curation of Open Educational Resources (OER), to build a compendium with these resources and share it with the teaching population of the country (or anywhere in the world). The compendium was mainly designed for educational institutions in the public sector, in order to provide them with tools and support resources for educational processes, which in most cases were transferred to virtual platforms due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Collaterally, this use of OER is intended to lead teachers to immerse themselves in the Open Educational Practices (OEP) environment, which is gradually gaining momentum.
In this document, the guiding principles of this development, the guidelines determined by the work team to carry out this work and the result of the same are indicated. In addition, some of the lessons learned by the team of professionals in charge are detailed, which may be enlightening for groups that wish to carry out a similar task. With this information, anyone who reads it can assess the considerations made by the team in the process and the result obtained.
On the other hand, this document provides the link to the University's website where the compendium can be located and downloaded. This material is open and published with Creative Commons licenses, so that anyone can access and take advantage of what is shared in it.
Extended abstract: OE_Global_2021_paper_44.pdf 📄
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UNESCO OER Action Area: Building capacityLanguage: Spanish
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