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A group of people sharing collective goals: universities, corporations, associations, and many others.
A permanently available offering that provides functionality and value to its users.
A temporary undertaking intended to accomplish particular tasks under time constraints.
A gathering of people which takes place at a certain location (virtual or physical) at a certain time.
A user's story published on the OER World Map that relates to Open Education and OER.
A tool that can be used to produce and distribute OER or that enables access or contribution to OER in any particular way.
A website, blog post, video, audio format, or any other online publication related to OER.
A formal regulation or strategy regarding the creation and use of OER.
Serlo Education e. V. is a German non-profit member-organisation.
It provides serlo.org.
Simon Köhl studied political sciences and economics at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. He is founder and managing director of Serlo Education, the leading German organization in the field of...
Serlo is an open online learning platform used by hundreds of thousands school and university students each month. All learning resources on Serlo are free of charge and without advertisement. Like on...
"Maths for Non-Freaks" is an open mathematics coursebook designed for university freshmen. Supported by Serlo, "Maths for Non-Freaks" is published on wikibooks. Its content is produced by unsalaried a...
'Serlo' is a small, beautifully situated buddhist monastery school in the Nepalese Himalaya Mountains. In April 2009 Simon Köhl – then a college student – visited Serlo and saw that, due to donations...