An important work in progress for us is an annotated bibliography of books, journals, and videos on Mobility and Movement that can be used in courses and research.

Please join our Zotero group to freely access and contribute to this Open Education Resource Project.

What is Open Education?

Open education is an educational philosophy that questions how people produce, share, and build on knowledge. Proponents of open education believe everyone in the world should have access to high-quality educational experiences and resources, and they work to eliminate barriers to this goal.

What are Open Educational Resources?

According to OpenSource “Open educational resources (OERs) are learning materials that can be modified and enhanced because their creators have given others permission to do so. The individuals or organizations that create OERs—which can include materials like presentation slides, podcasts, syllabi, images, lesson plans, lecture videos, maps, worksheets, and even entire textbooks—waive some (if not all) of the copyright associated with their works, typically via legal tools like Creative Commons licenses, so others can freely access, reuse, translate, and modify them.”