With Open Educational Resources, opportunities for better and more exciting teaching are being made available, shared in an increasing way. In the European project X5GON we are investigating ways in which Artificial Intelligence can enhance the learning experience and how teachers can be encouraged to produce and share their lectures in the knowledge that these will be made simple to find and use by other teachers and learners.
The creation, maintenance and quality assurance of OER are resource-intensive processes, which are provided by many supporters and volunteers. The appreciation of this achievement should consist not only of the use of this learning material, but also of creating lasting sustainability. This creates a foundation that motivates people to contribute to OER and drive technological development.
The EU-project “X5GON” and the University of Osnabrueck invite to the international workshop “Sustainability of Open Educational Resources” in Osnabrueck, Germany on March 12th 2019. The workshop will take place in Osnabrueck Castle, which is the main building of the University of Osnabrueck.