NOTE: We are now involved in planning WikiProject Open! Check it out here.
Communicate OER is a collaborative effort to improve Wikipedia articles relating to open educational resources (OER). Articles include, among others: Open Educational Resources, Open education, Creative Commons, Open content, Khan Academy, Free Education, MOOC.
People interested in and knowledgeable about OER and related subjects are collaboratively improving Wikipedia content, while simultaneously engaging with existing Wikipedians. Communicate OER offers instructions and advice for those just getting to know Wikipedia. It is founded in a deep respect for, and knowledge of, Wikipedia's values and policies; it is being conducted in a transparent way; all participants are trained in distinguishing between advocacy and neutral, verifiable information, and advised to leave any advocacy efforts out of their work on Wikipedia content. This project is funded by a grant from the Hewlett Foundation, and runs through 2013.
If you have questions, please click the "Talk" tab above; you'll find a FAQ there, and if you don't find the answers you're seeking, just leave a note at the bottom of that page.
If you want to dive in to the project itself, please add your name to the "Team" tab above, and then proceed to the "Do" tab for some suggested tasks! Feel free to just say hi and introduce yourself on the "Talk" tab, as well. (If you need to contact somebody privately, you can email project lead Pete Forsyth through this web form.)