Non-profit ICORE Initiative to Support and Develop Innovation in Open Access, Open Educational Practices and Resources, and more

author: Christian Stracke, University of Duisburg-Essen
published: June 23, 2014,   recorded: April 2014,   views: 2450
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A new association is bringing together interested experts and stakeholders from the fields of open education and open research – ICORE, the International Council for Open Research and Education (www.icore-online.org). ICORE is completely non-profit, requires no membership fees to join, and is open to both representatives of organizations as well as individuals. The complete first public draft of ICORE’s objectives and planned statutes can be found at www.icore-online.org/membership and are open to further improvement by all ICORE members.

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