Centrum Cyfrowe

For Advocacy And Capacity Building For OER Policy In Eastern Europe

  • Amount
    $200,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    10/14/2016
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Overview
Centrum Cyfrowe is a Polish think tank focused on open education and heritage, digital competencies, and openness of public resources. With the support of this grant, Centrum Cyfrowe will establish a regional network of advocacy coalitions to provide information about the benefits of OER to policymakers and decisionmakers in Eastern and Central Europe. This work will directly address the Hewlett Foundation’s goal of promoting OER policies around the world, especially in countries where national governments control the procurement of educational content for primary schools.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
centrumcyfrowe.pl/ 
Address
Andersa 29
Warszawa, Poland
Grants to this Grantee
for advocacy and capacity building for OER policy in Eastern Europe  
Centrum Cyfrowe was created in Poland in 2010 as a think-and-do tank with the mission of making the world more inclusive, cooperative, and open by changing the way people learn, participate in culture, use the internet, and exercise their rights as internet users. It focuses on fostering a digital civic society through the development of open models for education, science, culture, and public information. With this grant, Centrum Cyfrowe will continue advancing open education policies in Central and Eastern Europe, building on the success of these policies in Poland.
for advocacy and capacity building for OER policy in Eastern Europe  
Centrum Cyfrowe is a Polish think tank focused on open education and heritage, digital competencies, and openness of public resources. With the support of this grant, Centrum Cyfrowe will establish a regional network of advocacy coalitions to provide information about the benefits of OER to policymakers and decisionmakers in Eastern and Central Europe. This work will directly address the Hewlett Foundation’s goal of promoting OER policies around the world, especially in countries where national governments control the procurement of educational content for primary schools.

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