Creative Commons, U.S. Department of Education, and Open Society Foundations present

Why Open Education Matters

Create a short video that explains the benefits and promise of Open Educational Resources for teachers, students and schools everywhere.

The OERs - Open Educational Resources

Submitted by Daniel Sierra

A video about how technology is transforming our system of education, generating equal opportunities for all.


SCRIPT & DIRECTION: Daniel Sierra, Ricardo Habalian
ILLUSTRATION AND ANIMATION: Victoria Fernández
VOICEOVER ARTIST: Vanessa Cuervo
VOICEOVER RECORDING: Leonardo Pérez
MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN: Esparragus (Daniel Arreaza)

This video is Licensed CC BY, and should be attributed to "intheacademia"

We used the following Sound Library for making this video:
- creaky_swingset.aif by Corsica_S, CC BY 3.0
- frontdoor-lock.wav by TwistedLemon, CC BY 3.0
- Lizard eye blink.mp3 by DJ Burnham, CC BY 3.0
- Wine glasses clink.mp3 by DJ Burnham, CC BY 3.0
- Page_Turn_24.wav by Koops, CC BY 3.0
- whip.mp3 by morgantj, CC BY 3.0
- lightbulbwink.wav by FreqMan, BY CC 3.0
- rocket.wav by Sergenious, CC BY 3.0
- Dialup.mp3 by Jlew, CC BY 3.0
- My Car Horn - Beep Beep.wav by fogma, CC BY 3.0
- Fisher Price3.WAV by tombola, CC Sampling Plus, 1.0
- Traffic-Horn Honking.aif by A43, CC Sampling Plus, 1.0
- Open_03.WAV by kjackson, CC Sampling Plus, 1.0
- Drop_Slow_Long_01.wav by mich3d, CC Sampling Plus, 1.0
- HARTBEAT.WAV by dkmedic, CC Sampling Plus, 1.0

All other sounds used in this video are licensed CC0, belonging to the Public Domain and therefore their Attribution is not required