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CDETG June-2012-Meeting

CDETG June-2012-Meeting



Openness in Higher Education: Understanding the Challenge and the Opportunity

Openness in Higher Education: Understanding the Challenge and the Opportunity



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    CDETG June-2012-Meeting CDETG June-2012-Meeting Presentation Transcript

    • OPENNESS IN HIGHEREDUCATION: UNDERSTANDING THE CHALLENGE AND OPPORTUNITYEmpire State CollegeMichele OgleAssistant Area Coordinator and Math Faculty, Science, Math and Technology AreaEmail: Michele.Ogle@esc.eduKathleen StoneCoordinator of Curriculum and Instructional Design, Science, Math and Technology AreaEmail: Kathleen.Stone@esc.edu
    • INTRODUCTION TO OPENNESS IN EDUCATION• Open course taught by David Wiley.• 12 topics to work through and blog about.• Once completed the work is assessed by Dr. Wiley to earn a badge.• We incorporated a face-to-face component.• Course content at openeducation.us
    • DISCUSSION QUESTIONHow do you define "open"?
    • OPEN TOPICS•Image created by Hui-Ya (Laura) Chuang
    • HOW DO WE INTEGRATE THE USE OF OERINTO ONLINE COURSES?• Examples from Math Courses • Images • Video lectures • Differential Equations – lectures on particular topics on professor’s web page • Discrete Math, Real Analysis – Proofs examples uploaded to YouTube • Animations / Simulations • Calculus – projectile motion with calculations • Discrete Math – testing sorting methods • GenEd math – similar triangles, polygoncircle (limit) • Open access journal articles • Tutorial collections to support technology (multi-mode)
    • WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CHALLENGES FACEDWITH USING OER?• Licensing can be complex• Links can go inactive• Need for vetting external OERs• Need strategy for using in courses • Monitor links • Track details of content, license, audience of OERs • Back-up plan for “lost” resources• Storage • Creating OER implies that an open site is available for others to access the resource
    • Creative Commons: The 6 Licenses Attribution Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY CC BY-NC Attribution-ShareAlike Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-SA CC BY-NC-SA Attribution-NoDerivatives Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives CC BY-ND CC BY-NC-NDhttp://creativecommons.orgTry your hand at the licensing game! Go tohttp://indstudy1.org/univ/355460515034/Flash/Lesson2/PracticeVersion.html
    • WHERE DO I FIND OER?Some places to start your search for content:• http://search.creativecommons.org/• http://wikieducator.org/OER_Handbook/educator_ver sion_one• http://www.oercommons.org/
    • WHERE DO I FIND OER?Consider creating content and sharing it as well! Agreat place to start is by creating a user page athttp://wikieducator.org/Main_PageOur taskforce has a WikiEducator page! Here you willfind links to our blogs, presentations, a glossary, andour hands-on version of the OER Licensing game.http://wikieducator.org/ESC_OER_Taskforce
    • DISCUSSION QUESTION: ASSESS YOUR LEARNINGAfter hearing more aboutthese topics, has yourdefinition of "open"changed? Image: Marco Bellucci, via Flickr
    • QUESTIONSThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.