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    1. 1. Workshop: Organising Open Educational Resources - OOER! Suzanne Hardy Dr Jane Williams Senior Advisor Director eLearning MEDEV Centre for Medical Education Newcastle University University of Bristol www.medev.ac.uk
    2. 2. Background • History of developing and sharing learning resources in our subject areas • Already multiple places to choose to deposit • Academic identities - e.g. UK Council for Teaching Communication Skills in Undergraduate Medical Education • How resources are used in teaching, how they relate to the curriculum - e.g. Dynamic Learning Maps (http://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk/) • 18 partners ready and raring to go..... www.medev.ac.uk
    3. 3. Partners • Imperial College • University of Aberdeen • Keele University • University of Bedfordshire • London School of Hygiene and • University of Bristol Tropical Medicine • University of Edinburgh • Newcastle University • University of Liverpool • Queen’s University Belfast • University of Nottingham • Royal Veterinary College • University of Oxford • St George’s University of • University of Southampton London • University of Warwick www.medev.ac.uk
    4. 4. OOER is about: • Exploring barriers - what is preventing us from sharing, and trying to overcome that • Empowering people to overcome these barriers themselves as they relate to their own contexts • Surveying – what’s already out there – how people find ‘stuff’ – what support exists • Identifying and sharing good practice across the sector • Bringing together expertise from a fluid CoP www.medev.ac.uk
    5. 5. OOER • Filled a gap allowing us to work together more formally • Organising Open Educational Resources • Bid can be downloaded from www.medev.ac.uk/oer www.medev.ac.uk
    6. 6. 6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/draco2008/
    7. 7. Group activity - 15 minutes • Introduce yourself together with one barrier, challenge or question you have identified in your context • What are the top three in your group? • Feedback www.medev.ac.uk 7
    8. 8. Feedback • IPR: perceived • Is this going to • Quality issues - risk, process was take me extra what level to be barrier time? Lack of able to be • Licensing: what motivation or shared? you can and can’t recognition of • The best being actually do e.g benefits the enemy of the disaggregating • People barriers good PDFs, clipart and managing • Programme does • Lack of time: retro expectation not support fitting existing • Open licenses - technology resources to fit sharealike • Branding - the ‘OER’ shape, implications not marketing tool, unsustainable recognised but how far to go • Potential to have with branding work ‘defaced’ • Lack of use www.medev.ac.uk 8
    9. 9. OOER: Workflow diagram for uploading a resource – what does the project look like? Star t Identify ontent type Refer to Image/ Y Y patient Patient video/ consent data? audio? workflow N N N Text? Y Refer to Is the Refer to N interntiona IPR IPP lisation status workflow workflow clear? Y Refer to IPR/ copyright workflow Collect basic metadata about resource www.medev.ac.uk
    10. 10. OOER Project: Workpackage flow diagram for uploading a resource – what does the project look like? Collect basic metadata about resource Map against readiness scale Refer to Is it a N quality and quality pedagogy resource? workflow Y Refer to categorisa tion workflow Is the Make any resource N technical ready to adjustments upload? necessary Y Choose APIs and add appropriate metadata www.medev.ac.uk
    11. 11. OOER Project: Workpackage flow diagram for uploading a resource – what does the project look like? Choose APIs and add appropriate metadata Refer to resource discovery and reuse workflow Upload resource Refer to upload workflow Syndicate metadata by PIMP End www.medev.ac.uk
    12. 12. What does this actually look like? • www.medev.ac.uk/oer www.medev.ac.uk 12
    13. 13. www.medev.ac.uk
    14. 14. www.medev.ac.uk
    15. 15. Upload? Share? Publish? Deposit? • As easy as possible to end user • API toolkit – Put stuff – In – Many – Places – Syndicates resource info www.medev.ac.uk
    16. 16. PIMPS example www.medev.ac.uk
    17. 17. Summary • Toolkits available so far (all feedback gratefully received!): – IPR and copyright – Patient consent – Institutional policy and procedure - available but very draft form – See www.medev.ac.uk/oer • Ready soon: – Quality and pedagogy – Resource discovery and reuse – Metadata and API – Impact on existing projects – senior manager briefing paper www.medev.ac.uk
    18. 18. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gmaddockgreene/2918508416/ www.medev.ac.uk 18
    19. 19. Group activity • We want your feedback! • Pros and cons of our approach • What might be the outcomes of this approach? www.medev.ac.uk 19
    20. 20. Feedback • Consistency of approach - pro and con - how do we align the subject strand processes with institutional processes? • Air of sustainability • www.medev.ac.uk 20
    21. 21. Our experiences so far.... • All partners are testing the processes and toolkits • Feedback loop for iterative improvement • Capturing the process www.medev.ac.uk 21
    22. 22. Readiness categorisation pyramid (in development) www.medev.ac.uk
    23. 23. Capturing the process • Case studies • 11 so far with more on the way • Example: www.medev.ac.uk 23
    24. 24. Iterative improvement cycle Institutional Policies Case Studies Toolkits www.medev.ac.uk
    25. 25. Summary: demonstrating impact of this and other related projects • GMC patient consent guidance (revised) • eVIP – embedded IPR process • Policy development e.g. Southampton, RVC, Warwick, Bristol • Already working with over 50% of UK schools of medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine • In discussions with the NHS eLearning Repository www.medev.ac.uk
    26. 26. Find out more.... • Showcasing the toolkits at MedBiquitous/eViP conference at County Hall in London, late April • JISC conference, London, mid-April • AMEE in Glasgow, early September • Workshops and conference - join MEDEV JISCmail for advance notice www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/ medev.html www.medev.ac.uk 26
    27. 27. www.medev.ac.uk 27 http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevencorrey/3727974438/
    28. 28. Call: 0191 246 4550 Email: suzanne@medev.ac.uk j.williams@bris.ac.uk www.medev.ac.uk