Recordings of lectures and guest lectures as well as individual media productions (educational films, documentaries, event documentation) on the pages of KIM.LR (Lecture Recording)
Open Educational Resources (OER) are defined by UNESCO as “any type of educational materials that are in the public domain or introduced with an open license”. Freely available educational resources can promote the dissemination of knowledge and improve the quality of education. UNESCO sees this as an opportunity to advance knowledge societies and promote education for all people around the world.
In higher education, OER enables teachers and students to use and re-use teaching and learning materials in an efficient, quick, uncomplicated and free way. Open Educational Resources are widespread in higher education, especially in the form of courses (course formats and modules), video/audio (lecture and presentation recordings) or graphics.