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OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?
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OER use: Where, what, when, how and most of all WHY?

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Presentation as part of the LORO/SCORE Impact and OER event - see http://bit.ly/23MARCHOER for further information (other links will be added here as event progresses)

Presentation as part of the LORO/SCORE Impact and OER event - see http://bit.ly/23MARCHOER for further information (other links will be added here as event progresses)

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  • 1. OER use: who, what, where, how andmost of all WHY?
    Chris Pegler
    IET,
    Open University
    By: Mickipediahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/redcarpet/266592978/
  • 2. Where am I coming from?
    Promise
    Practice
    What we think/say
    OER
    will offer
    Where we find out what OER
    offers
    By: Perpetualplum http://www.flickr.com/photos/perpetualplum/3729882822/
    ORIOLE PROJECT
  • 3. How can you discover and select material?
    Describe fully + consistently with metadata
    Automated impersonal reuse with RLO!
    The long OER journey: As I see it
    Let’s automate as much as possible
    Problems obtaining metadata
    Found something. Can I use it? Can I repurpose it?
    Open content/OER: ‘a learning object plus an open licence’ (Wiley, 2009)
    We need something like an ‘open license’
  • 4. Open Resources:Influence on Learners and Educators(ORIOLE)
    By: Perpetualplum http://www.flickr.com/photos/perpetualplum/3729882822/
    National Teaching Fellowship Project
    ORIOLE Team: Chris Pegler (OU), Allison Littlejohn (Glasgow Caledonian), Patrick McAndrew(OU), Helen Beethamand Lou McGill (eLearning consultants), Isobel Falconer (GlasCal + OU) ++
    ORIOLE PROJECT
  • 5. Who?By: BernardBurnshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/bernardburns/2418976330/
  • 6. Whoare the users?
    Are we talking suppliers or demanders?
    Are the users the educators(who release/reuse OER) or the learners(who release/use OER)?
    Are the ‘users’ outside the education system altogether (outsiders/informal learners)?
    Leading to questions about …
  • 7. What?By: sflawhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/sfllaw/222795669/
  • 8. What is OER use?
    Using it in learning and teaching by linking to it?
    Using it as optional orcoreeducational content?
    Using it as publicity(the showcase or student sampler model)
    Little OER or big OER use – which is more used/useful/sustainable? (Weller, OpenEd 2010)
    Leading to questions about …
  • 9. Where?By: golbenge (골뱅이)http://www.flickr.com/photos/golbenge/5400710724
  • 10. Whereis OER use happening?
    Conventionalcourses or experimentalones?
    Locallyor nationally or internationally?
    Within formal systems (e.g. VLE-local) or spread across the internet (i.e. linking out)
    Leading to questions about …
  • 11. How?By: Idelros60http://www.flickr.com/photos/ldelros60/4401066888
  • 12. Howis OER use happening?
    Onlineor online reformatted as offline?
    Downloadinga resource or simply lookingat one?
    Use, reuse, repurposing or versioning?
    Leading to questions about …
  • 13. When?By: tableatnyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/53370644@N06/4976497160/
  • 14. When is OER use happening?
    When its mandatedor when its voluntary?
    When the educators are new to the job?
    When content is ‘ready to show’ or when its work-in-progress (ready-to-share)?
    Is it everyday or special occasion only?
    Is lack of time an influence, or an excuse, or both?
    FINALLY, leading to questions about …
  • 15. Why?By: Idelros60http://www.flickr.com/photos/ldelros60/4401066888
  • 16. Whyuse OER?
    My research into reuse suggests 3 sets of factors technical, quality and motivational (Pegler, OER10 2010). This suggests at least 8 different motives for OER use:
    Reward/Requirement:Payment made or targets met.
    Reputation: Recognition or showcasing beyond the usual audience.
    Review:Obtaining comments, reviews and feedback
    Reach: Access to resources which would not otherwise be available
    Research: Curiosity about OER as new, novel and untested area
    Right thing to do: driven by personal/institutional altruism/mission
    Renewal: As part of academic practice/educational development
    Resourcing: Urgency/other constraints preventing new creation
  • 17. Change what you can
    By: Jaggitha http://www.flickr.com/photos/thecrystalexplosion/3367395368/
  • 18. Thank you:Thank you to the following for releasing your material under a creative commons license that allows me to do the same with my presentation. Bernard Burns (West Drayton) for flash mob demogolbenge (골뱅이) (Seoul) for mazeIdelros60 (unknown location) for piano practice*Maya* (Milan) for Lab set up Mikipedia (Los Angeles) for SuperCCMansflaw (Montréal) for square plug/round hole Tableatny (unknown location) for passing batonPerpetualplum(Portland) for Orioles nestbuildingJaggitha (Vancouver) for Radiating ManBy: Mickipediahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/redcarpet/266592978/

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