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Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
Instruction Design for e-Content Development
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Instruction Design for e-Content Development

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  • 1. Reflections on OER Practices: UKperspectiveKyriaki Anagnostopoulou, Head of e-LearningUniversity of Bath
  • 2. Incentives for OER development• Significant government funding available internationally • USA: $2 billion to create OER resources in community colleges (2011) (http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/26100) • UK: recommended investment of £5 million per year for 5 years (2011) (http://www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/year/2011/201101/)• Funding body requirements • JISC, HEA and others• SCORE: support and capacity building (2009-12)
  • 3. Reasons to engage in OER development• Improving access to learning materials and opportunities• Marketing, brand extension and improving public relations• Improving effectiveness and achieving economies of scale
  • 4. The University of Bath’s experience• We create lots of content (lecture capture, Moodle courses, etc,) only small percentage is OER• OSTRICH ( JISC funded) – collaborative, 1 year project • Universities of Leicester, Bath and Derby • Workflow model and processes • http://ostrich.bath.ac.uk/• Disciplinary Thinking (HEA and JISC funded)• Departmental based projects
  • 5. CORRE model
  • 6. DORRE model
  • 7. ReflectionsEngaging in OER development is… …a highly cultural experience• Identity and pedagogy (content and learning design of resources).• Language and semantics• Organisational structures and relationships (home of resources, assumptions, parent-child relationship)
  • 8. ReflectionsEngaging in OER development is… …a balancing act• Open Vs commercial educational offerings (what/how you release, who)• Centralised Vs decentralised models for development• Core business Vs additional work (workload, incentives)• Top-down Vs bottom-up engagement• Funding Vs Timing/readiness
  • 9. ReflectionsEngaging in OER development is… …an educational experience• Highlighted issues with current practice, misconceptions, gaps• IPR and copyright issues• Collaborative learning experience• Capacity building = sustainability
  • 10. Reflections on Impact• Initiated processes, built capacity internally, overcome learning curves • Increase in support resources (copyright, lecture capture, etc) and ‘contracts’ • Development of expertise (i.e. Drupal, copyright licenses) • Awareness raising – potential marketing tool/’taster sessions’ for module choices
  • 11. Challenges for institutions• Intellectual property and copyright• Sustainability of OER initiatives • New business models emerging • ‘Conversion’ model • ‘Segmentation’ model • ‘Contributor-pay’ model and others• Discoverability and quality of resources
  • 12. Please feel free to ask your questions. K.Anagnostopoulou@bath.ac.uk

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