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Presentation on OpenLearn, SCORE and OER to Employability Staff Development Network, OU, Milton Keynes (20 April 2010)

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    Oer employability 20 april 2010 (Chris Pegler) Oer employability 20 april 2010 (Chris Pegler) Presentation Transcript

    • OER and Employability – what’s on offer? Chris Pegler Academic Director, SCORE 20 th April, Milton Keynes
    • Welcome to session
      • Session = 30 minutes
      • 15 minutes: Chris talking about OER
      • 10 minutes: Try it yourself: Individual activity
      • 5 minutes: Sharing/Debrief
      • Return to the main room
      Hi there, hope you enjoy this Session.
    • Before we start …
      • I am interested in collecting your ideas and impressions. Please use the form provided to answer the question: What do you understand by the term ‘open educational resource’ (OER)?
    • Openness and the OU
      • The OU was set up to be ‘open’ - open to people, place, methods, ideas
      • Our resources often used in other contexts
      • OpenLearn draws on that experience and reflects the OU’s mission
      • OpenLearn publishes OER – resources offered for use beyond the original context
      • These are ‘open’ to being shared
    • So what is OER?
      • OER are resources which have ‘open licenses’ attached
      • They are ‘free-of-charge’ resources
      • They are ‘freely available’ resources
      • Beyond this they advise you what the limits are to reuse within your own context
      • They may allow adaptation, repurposing or remixing (copyright doesn’t do that)
    • OER sharing is about Moving from this … to this By fevered_steve www.policypolice.blogspot.com
    • The cc open license
      • Attribution Non-Commercial
      • Gawker Media is pleased to make its original content available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License , for non-commercial reproduction with credit to the source site.
      Find out more at creative commons licenses Creative Commons is the most popular form of open license for OER
      • Method A:
      • Go to Google images and search for ‘job centre’ (26,600 hits, but can you use them?)
      • Try Flickr.com and search for ‘job interview’ (10,000 hits but can you use the one you want?)
      Need an image? By Alan Cleaver: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4320245924/
      • Method A:
      • Go to Google images and search for ‘job centre’ (26,600 hits, but can you use them?)
      • Try Flickr.com and search for ‘job interview’ (10,000 hits but can you use the one you want?)
      Need an image?
      • Method B:
      • Google advanced search for ‘job centre’ allowing reuse and modification (66 hits)
      • Flickr for creative commons licensed for adaptation, modification or building upon.
      By Alan Cleaver: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4320245924/
    • Need an image? By Alan Cleaver: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4320245924/ Here is one I can use as long as I credit alancleaver_2000
    • Need an image? Here is one I can use as long as I credit alancleaver_2000
    • OpenLearn is OER Two types of OpenLearn space: LearningSpace showcases OU resources and is based on OU current courses. LabSpace showcases any OER (incl. OU) + encourages experimentation (remixing)
    • OpenLearn is OER Two types of OpenLearn space: LearningSpace showcases OU resources and is based on OU current courses. LabSpace showcases any OER (incl. OU) + encourages experimentation (remixing)
    • OpenLearn is OER
      • 6000 hours in LearningSpace
      • 9000 hours in LabSpace
      • 8 million unique visitors
      • International recognition, awards and funding (e.g. 2010 Innovation Award from the University Design Consortium at Arizona State University)
      • Changes in practice at the OU
      • Focus for research, e.g. OLNet
      • Started in 2006
      • Relaunch of OpenLearn with focus on LearningSpace (2010)
      • Will link into OU on iTunesU, YouTube and Facebook
    • OpenLearn is OER LEARNERS EDUCATORS
      • 6000 hours in LearningSpace
      • 9000 hours in LabSpace
      • 8 million unique visitors
      • International recognition, awards and funding (e.g. 2010 Innovation Award from the University Design Consortium at Arizona State University)
      • Changes in practice at the OU
      • Focus for research, e.g. OLNet
      • Started in 2006
      • Relaunch of OpenLearn with focus on LearningSpace (2010)
      • Will link into OU on iTunesU, YouTube and Facebook
    • Other OER sources
    • Openness is spreading
      • Images: McAndrew, OpenLearn to OLNet: Researching Open Learning. Flickr, mag3737, http://www.flickr.com/photos/mag3737/1914076277/
      • OCEP will deliver content in the general area of employability which affects every area of the university’s activity and curriculum. Content will be drawn from across all areas of the university, particularly the Add+Vantage scheme which is part of all the university’s undergraduate programmes and focuses on employability, preparation for employment, entrepreneurship, creativity, preparing for professional practice and a wide range of other topics, both generically and within the context of particular disciplines and subject areas. (360 hours)
      • Open Content Employability Project
      One example: OCEP
    • LabSpace and OER
      • It’s a Moodle learning environment
      • Which is free to use – you can set up a space there
      • There are free (Open source) tools, Flashmeeting, Compendium LD, forums
    • about SCORE
      • Supporting OER activity across HE sector
      • Events and advice (next = Leeds 13 May)
      • 36 fellows looking at OER policy/practice
      • Further 3600 hours into OpenLearn
      • Establishing online OER community
      • Find us at www.open.ac.uk/score
      Now on to the activity: You can try some things yourself