Open Educational Resources (OERs) are published digital learning materials that can be copied, edited, reused, and distributed under the creative commons license. Visit the SURF page to learn more about OERs.
4TU Urban Resilience Community Platform
The Urban Resilience Community Platform contains Open Educational Resources (OER) on Urban Resilience, with the ambition to educate the future generation of resilience engineers to plan and design systems that are resilient to shocks, while being adaptive to changing technological and social trends. The aim is to publish conceptual teaching materials, comprehensive case studies, and games for lecturers to adapt and adopt for their own teaching purposes. Most materials are published in editable, short formats conforming to a ‘mix and match’ approach*. The platform has 8 collections of OER materials available.
* Exceptions to the mix and match format are the full-length, curriculum-based courses published in Collection 8.
Publish an OER
If you would like to publish your educational materials to our Urban Resilience platform, please get in touch with us! We will guide you through a simple six-step OER development roadmap. To get started, please contact Eunice Koid.