Why spend time on OER ?EDEN Oslo 2013Ulf Sandstrom, Swedish Association for Distance Education – SADEMats Brenner, Univers...
Why spend time on OER ?• The OER has become a World Wide movementand during this workshop, Swedish OERinitiatives will be ...
Why spend time on OER ?We will discuss , free course materials and howthey are described under the creative commonslicense...
Why spend time on OER ?EDEN Oslo 2013
Why spend time on OER ?.EDEN Oslo 2013
Core attributes• Open acess• Open licence• Open format• Open softwareEDEN Oslo 2013
Challenges of OER engagement 1• Time without obvious reward• Quality• Legal• Technical• EconomicEDEN Oslo 2013
Challenges of OER engagement 2• Social• Policy• Marketing• BeliefEDEN Oslo 2013
Why bother ? (1)• Sharing knowledge• Breaking down barriers to education• Enhancing formal and informal learning• Supporti...
Why bother ? (2)• Capacity building• Quality enhancement• Financial• ImpactEDEN Oslo 2013
Why bother ? (3)• Inspiration• Reputation• Marketing• Publishing• Challenging thinkingEDEN Oslo 2013
Why bother ? (4)• Public good• Efficiency• Ethics• Networking and• connectivityEDEN Oslo 2013
STAGES OF ENGAGEMENT:The OER Engagement LadderEDEN Oslo 2013The OER Engagement Ladder. ©2012 JoannaWild, University of Oxf...
OER and knowledge• Open access• Research communications• Information literacy• Library resourcesEDEN Oslo 2013
OER and knowledgeEDEN Oslo 2013
UR SwedenEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.ur.se/play• Educational broadcasting company has after ayear of negotiating with vario...
OERSverigeEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.oersverige.se• http://libguides.lub.lu.se/oer
Flipped ClassroomEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.danielbarker.se• http://barkersthlm.blogspot.no/
Autentication and metadataEDEN Oslo 2013• http://skolfederation.se• http://korturl.com/spindeln• http://www.lankskafferiet...
Regional Initiatives OEREDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.kursnavet.se• http://www.larresurser.se• http://www.digiref.se
Why spend time on OER ? (1)Group discussion: 3 pin points for OERHow can OER develop further ?1.Searchability and profilin...
Why spend time on OER ?( 2)Group discussion: 3 pin points for OERHow can OER develop further ?1.Copyright and ipr2.Inspect...
Why spend time on OER ? ( 3)Group discussion: 3 pin points for OERHow can OER develop further ?1. Impact / evidence -> sma...
Thanks for your attention !ulfsan@gmail.commats.brenner@hig.seEDEN Oslo 2013
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Why spend time on OER - Workshop EDEN konf 2013

  1. 1. Why spend time on OER ?EDEN Oslo 2013Ulf Sandstrom, Swedish Association for Distance Education – SADEMats Brenner, University of Gavle, Sweden
  2. 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. 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. 4. Why spend time on OER ?EDEN Oslo 2013
  5. 5. Why spend time on OER ?.EDEN Oslo 2013
  6. 6. Core attributes• Open acess• Open licence• Open format• Open softwareEDEN Oslo 2013
  7. 7. Challenges of OER engagement 1• Time without obvious reward• Quality• Legal• Technical• EconomicEDEN Oslo 2013
  8. 8. Challenges of OER engagement 2• Social• Policy• Marketing• BeliefEDEN Oslo 2013
  9. 9. Why bother ? (1)• Sharing knowledge• Breaking down barriers to education• Enhancing formal and informal learning• Supporting lifelong learning• Widening participationEDEN Oslo 2013
  10. 10. Why bother ? (2)• Capacity building• Quality enhancement• Financial• ImpactEDEN Oslo 2013
  11. 11. Why bother ? (3)• Inspiration• Reputation• Marketing• Publishing• Challenging thinkingEDEN Oslo 2013
  12. 12. Why bother ? (4)• Public good• Efficiency• Ethics• Networking and• connectivityEDEN Oslo 2013
  13. 13. STAGES OF ENGAGEMENT:The OER Engagement LadderEDEN Oslo 2013The OER Engagement Ladder. ©2012 JoannaWild, University of Oxford
  14. 14. OER and knowledge• Open access• Research communications• Information literacy• Library resourcesEDEN Oslo 2013
  15. 15. OER and knowledgeEDEN Oslo 2013
  16. 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. 17. OERSverigeEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.oersverige.se• http://libguides.lub.lu.se/oer
  18. 18. Flipped ClassroomEDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.danielbarker.se• http://barkersthlm.blogspot.no/
  19. 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. 20. Regional Initiatives OEREDEN Oslo 2013• http://www.kursnavet.se• http://www.larresurser.se• http://www.digiref.se
  21. 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. 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. 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. 24. Thanks for your attention !ulfsan@gmail.commats.brenner@hig.seEDEN Oslo 2013

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