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Discussing OER reuse      Anna Comas-Quinn & Tita BeavenDepartment of Languages, The Open University  Eurocall CMC and Tea...
http://www.briansolis.com/2008/08/introducing-conversation-prism/
The Open Educational Resources             Movement   “…the world’s knowledge is a public good…”              Smith & Cass...
Definitions• Open Educational Resources (OER) are “materials  used to support education that may be freely  accessed, reus...
What are OER?• Digital Resources (big and little OER)• Openly available for reuse and repurposing• Creator indicates that ...
• To get over the copyright problem• Enable the 4Rs:   Reuse – make exact copies   Revise – make adaptations   Redistribut...
(see full information at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/)
When you want to reuse resources… What is important in terms of – Quality – Technology – Motivation to reuse A couple of i...
Sorting game from Chris Pegler, National Teaching Fellow, The Open Universityhttp://www.slideshare.net/orioleproject/chris...
Card game instructions• BLUE cards = Motivation (what makes you  reuse or prevents you from)• GREY cards = Technology (how...
And when you create for sharing……do you take these key things into account?…how?
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  1. 1. Discussing OER reuse Anna Comas-Quinn & Tita BeavenDepartment of Languages, The Open University Eurocall CMC and Teacher Education Workshop Bologna, 29-30 March 2012
  2. 2. http://www.briansolis.com/2008/08/introducing-conversation-prism/
  3. 3. The Open Educational Resources Movement “…the world’s knowledge is a public good…” Smith & Casserly, 2006• Inspired by the Open Source software movement• 2001-2 MIT starts its OpenCourseWare initiative• 2002 Term OER coined by UNESCO• 2006 OpenLearn - The Open University• and many others
  4. 4. Definitions• Open Educational Resources (OER) are “materials used to support education that may be freely accessed, reused, modified and shared by anyone” (Downes, 2011).• Open Educational Practices (OEP) “support the production, use and reuse of high quality OER through institutional policies, which promote innovative pedagogical models, and respect and empower learners as co-producers on their lifelong learning path.” (ICDE, 2011).
  5. 5. What are OER?• Digital Resources (big and little OER)• Openly available for reuse and repurposing• Creator indicates that they are for public use and reuse through a Creative Commons license or similar
  6. 6. • To get over the copyright problem• Enable the 4Rs: Reuse – make exact copies Revise – make adaptations Redistribute – share copies Remix – combinations / mashups
  7. 7. (see full information at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/)
  8. 8. When you want to reuse resources… What is important in terms of – Quality – Technology – Motivation to reuse A couple of ideas for each…
  9. 9. Sorting game from Chris Pegler, National Teaching Fellow, The Open Universityhttp://www.slideshare.net/orioleproject/chris-pegler-reusable-card-game
  10. 10. Card game instructions• BLUE cards = Motivation (what makes you reuse or prevents you from)• GREY cards = Technology (how it may affect (re)use)• PINK cards = Quality (how it affects (re)use decisions)
  11. 11. And when you create for sharing……do you take these key things into account?…how?
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