The adoption and growth of open education around the world is OE Global’s primary mission. While there is much in common about open education globally there are also regional differences. Language, culture, education systems, and priorities differ. The forms of open education and ways it is implemented vary. Initial adoptions are often very local and as use matures synergies and opportunities for collaboration and partnership often start out within a specific region broadening to include others gradually.
In recognition of this, OE Global operates regional nodes that provide a local forum for supporting open education in a specific region. Currently OE Global has two regional nodes.
1. The Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) is an OE Global regional node primarily focused on supporting open education adoption and use by community colleges across the USA.
2. The LATAM Regional node is an OE Global regional node focused on supporting open education across Latin America. Additional regional nodes are planned and built out in response to and in consultation with members in different regions of the world.
To find out more and participate in these regional nodes visit: