The problem

Open educational resources have been published by many higher education institutions around the world. They are released under licenses that typically allow download, copying and reuse of the content. However, once the content leaves the publisher's server it becomes very hard to find out who is using it, and what they are doing with it.

The Universities, funding bodies and individuals who invest time and effort in developing OER content need to find out more.

Solutions

Track OER is a JISC and HEFCE-funded project to facilitate Web analytics for Open Educational Resources.

It is a rapid innovation project to demonstrate technical solutions, based around software like Piwik, Google Analytics and CaPRéT, the Creative Commons API and oEmbed.

Find out more on the Project blog.


OER Rapid Innovation

This is a strand of the JISC and Higher Education Academy Open Educational Resources (OER) Programme. More on OERRI….

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Software coding activity on Github

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Creative Commons Licence
Track OER & Bridge to Success content by The Open University is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at http://track.olnet.org.

GNU General Public License v2 or later
Track OER code by The Institute of Educational Technology is mostly licensed under a GNU General Public License v2 or later.
See the full credits and list of outputs.