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Why spend time on OER - Workshop EDEN konf 2013

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Mats Brenner, University of Gävle SWEDEN
Ulf Sandström,

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  • 1. Why spend time on OER ?EDEN Oslo 2013Ulf Sandstrom, Swedish Association for Distance Education – SADEMats Brenner, University of Gavle, Sweden
  • 2. Why spend time on OER ?• The OER has become a World Wide movementand during this workshop, Swedish OERinitiatives will be showcased, with bestpractice and available resources on theInternet.EDEN Oslo 2013
  • 3. Why spend time on OER ?We will discuss , free course materials and howthey are described under the creative commonslicenses in a digital form of “right of publicaccess” to course materials.EDEN Oslo 2013
  • 4. Why spend time on OER ?EDEN Oslo 2013
  • 5. Why spend time on OER ?.EDEN Oslo 2013
  • 6. Core attributes• Open acess• Open licence• Open format• Open softwareEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 7. Challenges of OER engagement 1• Time without obvious reward• Quality• Legal• Technical• EconomicEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 8. Challenges of OER engagement 2• Social• Policy• Marketing• BeliefEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 9. Why bother ? (1)• Sharing knowledge• Breaking down barriers to education• Enhancing formal and informal learning• Supporting lifelong learning• Widening participationEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 10. Why bother ? (2)• Capacity building• Quality enhancement• Financial• ImpactEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 11. Why bother ? (3)• Inspiration• Reputation• Marketing• Publishing• Challenging thinkingEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 12. Why bother ? (4)• Public good• Efficiency• Ethics• Networking and• connectivityEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 13. STAGES OF ENGAGEMENT:The OER Engagement LadderEDEN Oslo 2013The OER Engagement Ladder. ©2012 JoannaWild, University of Oxford
  • 14. OER and knowledge• Open access• Research communications• Information literacy• Library resourcesEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 15. OER and knowledgeEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 16. UR SwedenEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.ur.se/play• Educational broadcasting company has after ayear of negotiating with various rights holdersmanaged to make the 8000 educationalmaterials openly available online.
  • 17. OERSverigeEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.oersverige.se• http://libguides.lub.lu.se/oer
  • 18. Flipped ClassroomEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.danielbarker.se• http://barkersthlm.blogspot.no/
  • 19. Autentication and metadataEDEN Oslo 2013• http://skolfederation.se• http://korturl.com/spindeln• http://www.lankskafferiet.org/• http://shareanduse.ning.com/• http://www.opensnh.se
  • 20. Regional Initiatives OEREDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.kursnavet.se• http://www.larresurser.se• http://www.digiref.se
  • 21. Why spend time on OER ? (1)Group discussion: 3 pin points for OERHow can OER develop further ?1.Searchability and profiling2.Renewal3.Rating systemEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 22. Why spend time on OER ?( 2)Group discussion: 3 pin points for OERHow can OER develop further ?1.Copyright and ipr2.Inspection systems3.Regional local bottom-upEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 23. Why spend time on OER ? ( 3)Group discussion: 3 pin points for OERHow can OER develop further ?1. Impact / evidence -> smarter OER /OERfootprint2. Imperfect design-> Wabisabi principle3. Open formats4 Multidimensional approachEDEN Oslo 2013
  • 24. Thanks for your attention !ulfsan@gmail.commats.brenner@hig.seEDEN Oslo 2013

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