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Monopolising knowledge• OER 2011 included Towards the Triumph of the Commons that equated HE with the process of enclosure that devastated English common land in the late eighteenth century.• Edupreneurs?• Uncertain boundaries make the Creative Commons licensing system much more than ‘a peasant’s revolt’.
What are OERs?Open Educational Resources are digital resources thatcan be used openly and freely by anyone interested inthat field.Creative Commons licences encourage their re-use, re-purposing, re-mixing and re-distribution.IPR? Fair use? YouTube?OER University OpenLearnPeer to Peer University JorumiTunesU OCW MITx
Social tagging “Delicious is like a Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2012 virtual fieldtrip through a library built by the recommendations of others.”http://1.bp.blogspot.com – Chris Sessums
Community Challenge 2012-13 Additional Learning Lecture and Seminar Series at UCBC : Community As Curriculumprolearn-academy.org
• How do I find stuff?• How do I know it’s accurate?• How do I share content?• How do I filter content?• How do I keep up with all the news?• How do I file content?• How do I categorise content? Write a 2,500 word essay on the above scavenging.files.wordpress.com
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Community Challenge• Food • Effects of the internet• Exclusion • Diversity• Cohesion • Collaboration• Advertising • Copyright/copyleft• Health • Problem solving
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ReferencesThis work is licensed under a CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.(Thanks to Steve Wheeler, Plymouth University formany of these slides and Simon Thomson, LeedsMetropolitan University for the ‘jet pack ascent ofman’)White, D. and Manton, M. (2011) JISC-funded OERImpact Study.http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/programmes/elearning/oer/OERTheValueOfReuseInHigherEducation.pdf (accessed 24 October 2011).
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