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Katsusuke Shigeta, University of Tokyo

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  • 1. Inside UT OpenCourseWare - Production Structure and Open Access policies - Katsusuke Shigeta University of Tokyo 5/6/2010
  • 2. OpenCourseWare in Japan
    • OpenCourseWare (OCW)
      • free and open digital publication of high quality educational materials
      • organized as courses
      • Participation around the world
      • International Alliance: OCW Consortium
    • JOCW: Japan OCW
      • Over 30 universities and colleges
      • Coalition with OCWC
  • 3. Educational Planning Office at UT
    • TREE project (from 2004)
      • Todai (UT) Redesigning Educational Environment
      • All-school project, loosely-linked departments
      • aims at improving the educational environment
    • Objectives of TREE project
      • “ Upgrade” the education by utilize ICT
      • Grasp the latest trends of other universities
  • 4. OER on the University of Tokyo (1)
      • UT OpenCourseWare http://ocw.u-tokyo.ac.jp/english
      • Credit courses, English and Japanese
      • For Students, researchers and public
      • Part of lectures are with lecture videos
      • Over 10 courses / year
      • Over 60 lectures / year
      • 1.5 million hits / month
  • 5. OER on the University of Tokyo (2)
    • TODAI TV http://todai.tv/ (only in Japanese)
      • Non-credit courses, for public
      • Every lectures are with video
      • Over 10 courses, 40 lectures / year
    • TODAI Podcasts
      • For public
      • Video lectures from UTOCW and TODAI TV
  • 6. Collaboration among special teams
    • Copyright Clearance Team
      • Contact to copyright holder for departments and faculties
      • Manager (full-time)
      • 8 students (part-time)
    • Production Team
      • Lecture capture
      • Video production
      • Manager (full-time)
      • 6 students (part-time)
  • 7. Production Structure
    • Paralleled process
    Lecture Capturing Video Editing Video Slides (PPT) Publishing Copyright Clearance Application
  • 8. Workflow of video production (1)
  • 9. Workflow of video production (2)
  • 10. Open Access policies at UT
    • Current Policies
      • Free to reproduce and create derivative works
      • Free to distribute copies of the materials
      • UT and faculty hold the exclusive property
    • Exceptions
      • Use of certain materials is restricted between UT and third party (copyright holder)
      • Put symbol(*) on these materials
      • To reuse, seeking permission directly to the owner is required
  • 11. Open Access policies at UT
    • Comparison: Policies at MIT OCW
      • Creative Commons 3.0 US
      • Free to share
      • Free to remix
      • Under the attribution
      • Noncommercial
      • share alike
  • 12. The How and Why
    • UT OCW launched 2004
      • Made the policy to refer MIT OCW
      • CC movement didn’t reach to Japan
    • Obstacles to “update”
      • Need to revise the agreements between departments and faculties
      • They hold the copyright of materials
      • UT OCW just get the permission to use
      • Retirement of faculty
    • Choose to leave the “dated” policies
  • 13. Futuristic Overview at UT
    • Re-definition of objectives
      • Why “Open Access from universities?”
      • Contribution of knowledge society, archiving assets, public relation, etc…
    • Internationalization of materials
      • Translation in English
      • Captions on (automated) video lectures
  • 14. Inside UT OpenCourseWare - Production Structure and Open Access policies - Katsusuke Shigeta University of Tokyo 5/6/2010

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