Creating open educational resources
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Creating open educational resources

Round 2: Acronyms

Define the acronyms

Question 1

What do the following acronyms stand for?

OER

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Open educational resource

Question 2

SCORE

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Support Centre for Open Resources in Education

Question 3

JISC

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Joint Information Systems Committee

Question 4

OCWC

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OpenCourseWare Consortium

Question 5

VLE

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Virtual learning environment

Question 6

VUSSC

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Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth

Question 7

OERu

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Open educational resources university

Question 8

Jorum

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A repository of learning and teaching materials [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] , but not an acronym. The word ‘jorum’ is of biblical origin and means a collecting (or drinkning) bowl.

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