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Seven Habits of really effective reuse


Presentaton to JISC 2011 conference, Liverpool as part of this recorded session on open content. Facilitated by Amber Thomas, JISC. …

Presentaton to JISC 2011 conference, Liverpool as part of this recorded session on open content. Facilitated by Amber Thomas, JISC.

Other presentations in this set http://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/2011/03/jisc11/programme/3opencontent.aspx

Recording of parts of conference - this was the last recorded session http://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/2011/03/jisc11/virtualgoodybag.aspx

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  • Hi. I’m Chris Pegler from the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University, formerly Academic Director of SCORE – the Support Centre for Open Resources in Education and member of OLnet (the Open Learning network). I’ve been involved in quite a few reuse and open content initiatives , some funded by JISC, some by the OU. The hat that Amber has asked me to wear today is that of academic practitioner sharing my experiences of using open content in teaching. What strikes me is that its about all developing a habit, or rather a set of habits around reuse. I have borrowed from Stephen Covey for the title of this course since 7 fits nicely with the format of 15 slides.
  • I’m borrowing the titles of Covey’s habits, and some of the thinking behind them, rather than the detail. That – it seems to me – is the key to enjoying reuse. So …proactivity. Is +We can get


  • 1. habits of really effective reuse
    Chris Pegler, IET,
    The Open University
    By: Leo Reynolds
  • 2. Where am I coming from?
    Promise Practice
    By *Maya*:http://www.flickr.com/photos/strawberrymaya/480057790
  • 3. Habit 1: ProactivityBy: Mickipediahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/redcarpet/266592978/
  • 4. Change what you can
    By: Jaggitha http://www.flickr.com/photos/thecrystalexplosion/3367395368/
  • 5. Habit 2: Begin with the end in mindBy: golbenge (골뱅이)http://www.flickr.com/photos/golbenge/5400710724
  • 6. On travelling hopefully …
    By: Leo Reynolds
    By Naughty Architecthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/james_lumb/3921968993/
  • 7. Habit 3: Put first things firstBy: scottoghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/scottog/21262267/
  • 8. Habit 4: Think win-winBy: tableatnyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/53370644@N06/4976497160/
  • 9. By Angela Radulsecuhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingthedeepfield/2537532357/
  • 10. Habit 5: (Seek First to Understand, then to be understood)By: sflawhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/sfllaw/222795669/
  • 11. Habit 6: SynergiseBy: BernardBurnshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/bernardburns/2418976330/
  • 12. Add YOUR comment here …
  • 13. Habit 7: Sharpen the saw(Practice)By: Idelros60http://www.flickr.com/photos/ldelros60/4401066888
  • 14. Habit forming?By: Dave & Bryn http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=jisc&l=deriv&ct=0&mt=all&adv=1
  • 15. Credit where its due
    Covey, S R (2004) The 7 habits of highly effective people, 15th anniversary edition, Simon & Schuster, London
    Thank you to the following for releasing your material under a creative commons license that allows me to do the same with my presentation.
    Angela Radulsecu (New York) for Wizard of Oz
    Bernard Burns (West Drayton) for flash mob demo
    Dave and Bryn (Huddersfield) for the JISC photostreamgolbenge(골뱅이) (Seoul) for maze
    Idelros60 (unknown location) for piano practice
    Jaggitha (Vancouver) for Radiating ManLeo Reynolds (Norwich) for Numbers 2 and 7
    *Maya* (Milan) for Lab set up
    Mikipedia (Los Angeles) for SuperCCMan
    Naughty Architect (Yorkshire) for Needle in Haystack
    scottog (Glasgow) for building site
    sflaw (Montréal) for square plug/round hole
    Tableatny (unknown location) for passing baton