Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

7-2021

Abstract

In the COVID pandemic, educational institutions have adopted an online education delivery mode to ensure continuity in the students' learning process. The school teachers started taking online classes, and libraries delivered resources through WhatsApp or developed digital library webpages/portals. In this scenario, the importance of Open Educational Resources (OERs) cannot be overlooked, as they are free from copyright issues and can be reused by anyone without any prerequisite author permissions. The present study made efforts to identify the advocacy of such OERs by CBSE affiliated Indian public schools of Chandigarh, Delhi and Delhi West regions identified from the school directory of CBSE. After identifying Indian public schools providing links of OERs on their websites, the study aimed at listing the OERs supplied by the Indian public school/library to their users to find out the most common and distinctly found national and international OERs.

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