OER Commons forges alliances between trusted content providers and creative users and re-users of Open Educational Resources (OER). In addition to content partnerships, OER Commons, and its creator, ISKME, builds strategic relationships in order to develop innovation and new research focused on OER, to advance the field of open education, and to build models for its sustainability.
Supported by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, ISKME, the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education created OER Commons as part of the Foundation’s worldwide OER initiative.
From content, to infrastructure, to policies, OER Commons would not be possible without the contributions of those individuals and organizations that have been working tirelessly to make open content for all a reality. We would like to extend our appreciation to these organizations for their vision, expertise, knowledge sharing, and advice.
OER Commons is based on alliances with providers of high-quality OER. Contact us to discuss your participation or for more information.
In addition to the growing number of individual authors of open materials, hundreds of institutions and organizations provide high-quality content and are helping to build the network: