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OERP Workshop; Methods & Processes- Creating OER
 

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This presentation was part of the OERP Workshop; Methods & Processes held during the EE2010 conference (July 6th -8th 2010 @Aston University). ...

This presentation was part of the OERP Workshop; Methods & Processes held during the EE2010 conference (July 6th -8th 2010 @Aston University).

It is a template provide to delegates for completion.

Please see the OER FAQ and the Handout supporting this session.

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    OERP Workshop; Methods & Processes- Creating OER OERP Workshop; Methods & Processes- Creating OER Presentation Transcript

    • Exploring Open Educational Resources Workshop @ EE2010 Thursday 8 th July 2010
      • Your task is to create teaching sessions in outline utilising Open Educational Resources to supplement your own knowledge and input.
      • The aims are:
        • To explore the availability of OER
        • To investigate how to re use OER within your own materials.
        • To create an outline of one or more teaching sessions on
          • Electric Circuits
          • Dynamics
          • Structures
          • Thermodynamics
          • Strength of Materials
          • Engineering Design
      • How you teach and what you teach is entirely up to you.
        • Try to create an outline for one teaching session and one tutorial, coursework or assessment. However if you want to do things differently feel free to do so, we do not want to limit how you experiment in your groups.
        • Try to tailor the sessions to suit the level of resources available. You may want to set the level at 1 st year undergraduates rather than postgrad. as the resources to utilise may not be available.
      Introduction
    • Subject Area
      • Overview.
      • Topics you plan to cover.
      • How you plan to cover.
      • Objectives.
      • Learning Outcomes.
      • Teaching Session(s)?
      • Tutorial Session(s)?
      • Assessment?
      • Coursework?
      Topics/ Outlines
      • Include links, extracts, copies to illustrate what and how you plan to reproduce the resources.
      • N.B.
      • Remember this does not need to be 100% from existing OER. Only include what you want to reuse to compliment your own resources. Try to look for resources and content that would help you save time and effort.
      • That said if there is an entire resource you would use, OER does not prevent this.
      Sample Resources
    • Sample Resources
    • Sample Resources
      • How did you find the resources?
      • Could you find things to suit your subject area?
      • How easy was it?
      • Would you do it again, in ‘real life’?
      • How did you assess/choose the resources?
      • Did you understand the licence restrictions? Was licence information/detail easily identifiable?
      • What were your expectations?
      Evaluation