Open Data as Open Educational Resources Case studies of emerging practice is a collection of narratives reflecting good practices in the use of open data in teaching and learning.
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This is a collaborative, peer reviewed handbook where open education facilitators can share their experiences teaching, learning, developing, and collaborating with OER. The stories are all personal accounts, written in the style of the author, and they vary in length and structure. They have been written using a collaborative folder in Google Drive and openly peer reviewed by the editors and contributors, so the review has been transparent and social. The stories illuminate aspects of the experience that stood out for the facilitators, and that in itself provides a valuable source of information while highlighting specific themes linked to the open facilitator experience. This will be of value also to the wider community, including colleagues who are engaged in similar and other types of open educational practices and MOOCs as we feel it will encourage further research into this important aspect of open educational practice and help us to identify drivers, opportunities and challenges but also conditions that can enhance the experience further and design more effective facilitation models that will enable and empower learners.