This is a hands-on course where you will learn and demonstrate your skills in using digital technologies for collaborative OER development culminating in the development of an OER learning sequence.

Step 1: Register to receive course announcements via email. As an open course, you can access all learning resources on this course site without a password. However, you will need a WikiEducator account to author OER in the wiki and to post on WENotes. Accounts on Twitter and/or are optional if you want to use these social media platforms for sharing on this course.

Step 2: Explore the course website to find out what is required on this course and where the syllabus, course materials and learning challenges are located. Complete your orientation by establishing your own personal learning environment and declaring yourself to the group using your own course blog.

Step 3: Commence your study from the syllabus page. You can study at your own pace or follow the course with the group. Instructions are posted on the announcements page and you can monitor live interactions from the course feed.

We acknowledge the funding support from the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO for their contributions to the development of the course materials and supporting open source technology developments which have made DS4OER possible.