Sharing records management training resources: Riding the rising tide of open educational resources (OERs) to solve our common training issue (poster)

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Date created
2016-06-14
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Author: Rowe, Joy
Abstract
Records management is based on core knowledge that is not specific to an institution. Organizations can address knowledge gaps among their records creators by creating training materials that are openly licensed and may be freely reused, or by reusing open training tools that have been produced by others. Open educational resources or “OERs” are part of a wider open access movement in education, and may be part of the answer to how we can be more efficient, cost-effective, and strategic by creating and sharing resources. This interactive poster allows the audience to test examples of recently produced OERs.
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This poster was presented at the annual conference for ARMA Canada on June 14th, 2016. The poster includes several Creative Commons licensed resources, including graphics. The poster is licensed under Creative Commons under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Items include a graphic of the poster in PDF format, an audio description of the poster, and a script of the audio to increase accessibility to the work.
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"Sharing records management training resources: Riding the rising tide of open educational resources (OERs) to solve our common training issues" by Joy Rowe, 2016, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
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Please use the following attribution:"Sharing records management training resources: Riding the rising tide of open educational resources (OERs) to solve our common training issues" by Joy Rowe, 2016, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License
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