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Presentation on the issues involved in developing and sharing open Educational Resources. You can listen to the audio of the presentation at …

Presentation on the issues involved in developing and sharing open Educational Resources. You can listen to the audio of the presentation at http://octette.cs.man.ac.uk/~mark/GrahamAttwellPresentation.mp3

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  • 1. Content Creation and Open Educational Resources Graham Attwell
  • 2. the creation of open source software and development tools. the creation and provision of open course content and the development of standards and licensing tools
  • 3. “ Openness is the core paradigm of content, tools and services in Web 2.0 digital environments”
  • 4. Dimensions of openness: easy discovery (re)use ‘learnability’ community
  • 5. OERs have been very successful but there remain many challenges and issues
  • 6. Take up and use of OERs is limited: reuse even more so
  • 7. Teachers and learners are still seen as consumers of content who primarily want to download materials
  • 8. rather than participants in communities of practice
  • 9. This means providing a means for active involvement with the content
  • 10. Managing learning
  • 11. Facilitating interaction
  • 12. Empower users - encourage (co)creation
  • 13. Support individual content creators and communities of practice with useful tools and services
  • 14. Make licensing of content as easy as possible
  • 15. Allow for easy discovery and access to reosurces
  • 16. support the creation of rich metadata and provide semantically enhanced access to resources
  • 17. develop an ecology of Open Educational Resources
  • 18. Thanks for watching