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Slides of the Plenary presentation by David White and Melissa Highton for the event : "Does it make a difference? The impact of repositories and OERs on teaching and learning", March 2011

Slides of the Plenary presentation by David White and Melissa Highton for the event : "Does it make a difference? The impact of repositories and OERs on teaching and learning", March 2011

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  • Open Oxford - assessing impact beyond the institution ? David White & Melissa Highton Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL) + Learning Technologies Group (LTG) University of Oxford 23 March 2011
  • Page llamnudds
  • Page Collaboration between TALL & LTG at Oxford Marion Manton Elizabeth Masterman Joanna Wild oerblog.conted.ox.ac.uk
  • Page .robbie Is it sufficient to make the claim, “We gave away all these toothbrushes… surely *someone* is brushing their teeth.” Would you want your local legislature to fund a program based on this evidence? If you ran a foundation, would you give money to a program based on this evidence? David Wiley
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  • Page “ I find that [the institutions] website has enough on it to keep me busy for a good four, five weeks.” (OER Impact) “..one student looked about 340 something times in something like an eight week period.  He said, every time I’d remember it when I was looking at it and then I’d forget it but it was great because every time I needed to do it for my essay, I’d just go back and look.  And I thought that’s 340 times he hasn’t emailed or telephoned me.” (OER Impact)
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  • by Lou McGill for Good Intentions: improving the evidence base in support of sharing learning materials CC BY-NC-SA Steve took it The Cow Model
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  • Page Study of UK Online Learning
  • Page “ There is no point duplicating effort to create content that is already available and has been proven to work.” Collaborate to compete: OLTF
  • Page Less ‘conceptual’ = wider use?
  • Page Matt Gorecki ‘ Field for the British Isles’ Anthony Gormley “ Openness”
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    • Institutional website
    • Online media
    • Online Courses
    • OER
    • Stuff online
    • Social Media
  • Page Broadcast vs. Conversation Institutional vs. Individual Marketing vs. Teaching/Learning Media quality vs. Pedagogy
  • Page Manganese University of Nottingham #5 in iTunesU The Periodic Table Janet Fyfe Jorum
  • Page Broadcast vs. Conversation Institutional vs. Individual Marketing vs. Teaching/Learning Media quality vs. Pedagogy
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