We were there!
On the first day of the OER Camp 2022 in Hamburg, the cooperation network KNOER, in cooperation with HIS-HE, organised a workshop on the topic of “Requirements for an IT infrastructure conducive to OER”. We collected and discussed ideas, experiences and suggestions with participants from the various educational sectors.
Wie sieht eine moderne und zeitgemäße IT-Infrastruktur für Hochschulen und Schulen aus? Sammle und diskutiere in dem #OERcamp-Workshops mit @mdeimann Anforderungen an eine OER-förderliche IT, am 24.10 in Hamburg!
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On the second day of the event, the focus was on the exchange of ideas and collaborative work on very different topics in the context of OER in numerous barcamp sessions.
Finally, on the third day of the event, thematic workshops took place on the individual fields of action of the OER strategy of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The BMBF sees the OER strategy as a “learning strategy”. In the thematic workshops, the OER community had the opportunity to give impulses for the individual fields of action.
[from left to right: Peter Rempis, Martin Lentz, Paulina Rinne, Konrad Faber, Tim Wiegers, Daniel Diekmann]