Open Teaching in the Digital Age - How do we create, remix, license, and share Think about what do we mean by open teaching? What could it mean that openness is the default action of the academic – more about this later…
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Open Educational Resourcesin the context of teachereducationNicky Watts, Sheffield Hallam University
Introduction and background•Local teachers and pupils, teacher • For more information:educators and PGCE students •Project websiteinvolved in: www.digitalfutures.org•sharing and developing good •Project blogpractice in teaching www.deftoer3.wordpress.com•understanding more about digital •Twitter @deftoer3literacy •Slideshare•developing guidance on Open www.slideshare.net/deftoer3Educational Resources in theschool context •Contact:•Project outputs will be shared viaan open textbook (pulling together firstname.lastname@example.org;case studies and supporting email@example.com) and the "DigitalBloom" installation
Key terms: Open Educational Resources… digitised materials offered freely and openly for educators,students and self-learners to use and reuse for teaching,learning and research (OECD, 2007). Create Remix License Share … teaching, learning and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use or re-purposing by others. (Atkins et al. 2007).
Frameworks for digital literacy• Digital literacy as a continuum between the purely social and the purely technological• Move from the singular ‘literacy’ to the plural ‘literacies’ to emphasise the sheer diversity of existing accounts (Lankshear and Knobel, 2008).• Digital literacies as "the constantly changing practices through which people make traceable meanings using digital technologies" (Gillen and Barton, 2011).
Intersections of digitalliteracy and creativity