Today the Joint Research Centre of the EU published a new report with mini cases on open education in Europe:
This catalogue contains 50 mini cases that highlight the practices of universities and educational institutions around open education in Europe. It showcases the different strategies followed by institutions that are embracing the open education movement and opening up their content, research, recognition mechanisms and teaching practices. The catalogue provides a 'taster' of what is being done and can be done in open education in the EU, prompting the reader to look further into the initiatives that raise their interest.
It is a nice collection of cases with interesting information, but also looks a bit random. TU Delft is mentioned as case for OpenCourseWare, but we could just as well be in the category of MOOCs.
The most disturbing thing about the report is that the report doesn't have an open license. It is © European Union, 2015. Personally I would think that the European Union should lead and practice what they preach with their licenses. This report should be CC-BY licensed!
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