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OER Remixathon


This event extends the reach of the Open Education Conference -- Beyond Content -- taking place in Vancouver 16-18 October, 2012 …

This event extends the reach of the Open Education Conference -- Beyond Content -- taking place in Vancouver 16-18 October, 2012

The Open Education Remixathon will kick off with a round robin to describe each Open Educational Resource and the envisioned enhancements.

See the full description and participate in the conversation in SCoPE: http://scope.bccampus.ca/mod/forum/view.php?id=9009

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  • 1. Open Education Remixathon Oct 12-17, 2012Facilitators: Paul Stacey Creative Commons, Scott Leslie BCcampus, Sylvia Currie BCcampus
  • 2. Remixathon Process– Virtual & F2F• Launch, Oct-12, right now• Each presenter/remix resource has own discussion area in SCoPE – post url for resource• Discussions among those who submitted, those who are remixing, and those who are just plain curious• Encourage posting of draft versions of remixed resource, & of course, collaboration on remixing process• Conference room C215 available for ad hoc remixes by f2f attendees• On the final day, Oct-18 we review and share results
  • 3. Remixathoners & Their OER Resources• Colin Madland & Valerie Peachey - Course Management Strategies• Ahrash Bissell & Philipp Schmidt - P2PU School of Education Resources• Jeremy Kemp - Data Mining for the Thrifty Student• Pete Forsyth, Robert Cummings, Sara Frank Bristow - Communicate OER Wikipedia workshop• Chris Pegler - Open Resources: Influence on Learners and Educators (Survey #2)• Jacques du Plessis - Fairly tale remix for foreign language learning experiences• David Lippman - Math in Society• Alan Levine - The StoryBox• Charlie Danoff - Peeragogy
  • 4. Colin Madland & Valerie Peachey, Thompson Rivers Universityhttps://canvas.instructure.com/courses/200141/self_enrollment/WGY7JC
  • 5. Ahrash Bissell & Philipp Schmidt, P2P Universityhttps://p2pu.org/en/schools/school-of-ed-pilot/
  • 6. Jeremy Kemp, San Jose State Universityhttp://amazon.sjsu.edu/html-jkemp/affordablelearning/kemp-datamining_affordable_textbooks.pdf
  • 7. Pete Forsyth, Wiki Strategieshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:EDU/OER
  • 8. David Lippman, Pierce Collegehttp://www.opentextbookstore.com/mathinsociety/
  • 9. Chris Pegler, UK Open Universityhttps://sites.google.com/site/oriolesurvey/
  • 10. Jacques du Plessis, UWMhttp://prezi.com/ht7ouurjfcca/die-drie-bere/
  • 11. Alan Levine, University of Mary Washingtonhttp://cogdogblog.com/storybox
  • 12. Charlie Danoff,http://peeragogy.org
  • 13. Let the Remix Begin!http://scope.bccampus.ca/mod/forum/view.php?id=9009