The University of Vienna (Austria) describes in the service agreement 2019-2021 with the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research dedicated measures on the topic of open educational resources. Initially, they are named in the fourth project on "Teaching and Learning Organization (incl. Internationalization)" entitled "Digitization": "Use in Teaching: Further expansion of digital teaching (innovative and learning-promoting didactic models, support for teachers, coordinated infrastructure) is planned. This will also facilitate time- and location-independent learning as a supplement to classroom teaching. The range of blended learning and open educational resources [sic!] to support the teaching of teaching content is to be expanded. As a technical infrastructure for e-learning supported courses, the learning platform Moodle will be proactively developed further. The use of Learning Analytics will be tested and evaluated with the involvement of teachers and students (taking into account data protection standards). The specialist portal for Open Education Resources (OER), which was developed from the HRSM project Open Education Austria, will be further developed. The subject portal enables a targeted search for OERs, which are archived in Phaidra as the proven institutional repository. The interfaces subject portal (search) -Phaidra (archive) - learning platform will be further developed, so that a smooth workflow is ensured and a sustainable use of the OERs can be enabled. The OER service for teachers (qualification and support in creating OERs) established in the HRSM project will also be continued. For open online courses, a cooperation with the MOOC platform iMooX of Graz University of Technology is being tested (Moodle-based, decentralized input option, eduID and basic data protection regulation implemented.") (University of Vienna, 2018, p. 63). In addition, open educational resources are mentioned in the 2nd "Project on Teaching and Learning Organization" entitled "Digitization & Digital Skills": "The range of blended learning and open educational resources [sic!] to support the teaching of teaching content is to be expanded. (ibid., p. 68). They are also explicitly mentioned in the library's plans (p. 76).
Citation were translated with the help of an automatic translator.
Please note: Performance agreements are binding contracts between Austrian universities and the Federal Ministry.