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Finding and evaluating OER July 2011 Nicola Dowson

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Presentation given by Nicola Dowson at the SCORE Short-Term Fellowship week, July 2011

Presentation given by Nicola Dowson at the SCORE Short-Term Fellowship week, July 2011

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  • 1. Finding and evaluating Open Educational Resources SCORE Fellows Workshop 11 th July 2011 Nicola Dowson The Open University Library Services Licensed for reuse under: Creative Commons Share Alike
  • 2. Finding and evaluating OER
    • Presentation (20 mins)
    • How can you find relevant OER?
    • What criteria could you use to evaluate OER?
    • “ Hands on” activity (40 mins) -find a OER on a topic of our own choosing by querying two OER specific search engines -use the checklist supplied to evaluate your OER Debate - (30 mins) share the evaluation and how easy it would be to adapt for your own learning and teaching purposes
  • 3. Example of how The Open University Library Services are promoting use of OER in developing learning materials
  • 4. Example of how The Open University Library Services are promoting use of OER in developing learning materials
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  • 14. Finding and evaluating OER
    • Key evaluation criteria:
    • Accuracy
    • Reputation of author/institution
    • Standard of technical production
    • Accessibility
    • Fitness for purpose
    • Clear rights declarations e.g. Creative Commons
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  • 16. Finding and evaluating OER
    • “ Hands on” activity:
    • 1) Divide in to groups of 3 or 4 and look at one at the OER search engines listed on the JISC OER Infokit and use it to locate an OER on a subject or topic of your groups choice.
    • 2) Apply the checklist in your handout and record your group evaluation of your chosen OER?
    • We will then discuss as a group:
      • the experience of using the OER search engine to locate OERs
      • how easy and pragmatic your chosen OER would be to adapt and reuse for your own teaching and learning contexts
      • How we can keep up-to-date with OER developments
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    • How will you take the learning back to your
    • organisation?
    • Thank you for your time!
    Finding and evaluating OER

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