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POERUP (Policies for OER Uptake) was a project approved by the Lifelong Learning Programme in 2011 under Key Activity 3 ICT. The project consortium was a group of organisations across Europe and Canada interested in understanding how better to foster the uptake of OER by governments (national and regional) and groups of educational institutions. The coverage was all sectors of education but with a core focus on higher education and schools.

The Project Manager was Professor Paul Bacsich.

The project was funded from 1 November 2011 until 30 June 2014 - with final reports delivered on 31 October 2014. The final report was accepted by EACEA in early 2015.

The wiki will be maintained as long as is useful and outputs from various other OER-related projects are incorporated from time to time. See Beyond POERUP. (written July 2016)

Key outputs

  1. Final Report
  2. Country reports and Continents
  3. Policies (proposals for countries)
  4. Maps
  5. Open Education Initiatives (around 500 notable ones listed)
  6. List of Deliverables (every Public Deliverable is listed)

Key output - the map

Total number in database on Monday, 26 June 2017 at 00:20 = 500

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A bid-related view of topics

  1. Partners
  2. Work packages
  3. Deliverables
  4. Part D. Project characteristics
  5. Part E. Impact, dissemination and exploitation, sustainability
  6. PART F. Action or programme specific information
  7. POERUP staff
  8. Maps

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