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Presentation slides for a MEDEV OOER workshop given at OER10, Cambridge, 23 March 2010.

Presentation slides for a MEDEV OOER workshop given at OER10, Cambridge, 23 March 2010.

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    • 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
    • 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 ( • 18 partners ready and raring to go.....
    • 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
    • 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
    • 5. OOER • Filled a gap allowing us to work together more formally • Organising Open Educational Resources • Bid can be downloaded from
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    • 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 7
    • 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 8
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 12. What does this actually look like? • 12
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    • 15. Upload? Share? Publish? Deposit? • As easy as possible to end user • API toolkit – Put stuff – In – Many – Places – Syndicates resource info
    • 16. PIMPS example
    • 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 • Ready soon: – Quality and pedagogy – Resource discovery and reuse – Metadata and API – Impact on existing projects – senior manager briefing paper
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    • 19. Group activity • We want your feedback! • Pros and cons of our approach • What might be the outcomes of this approach? 19
    • 20. Feedback • Consistency of approach - pro and con - how do we align the subject strand processes with institutional processes? • Air of sustainability • 20
    • 21. Our experiences so far.... • All partners are testing the processes and toolkits • Feedback loop for iterative improvement • Capturing the process 21
    • 22. Readiness categorisation pyramid (in development)
    • 23. Capturing the process • Case studies • 11 so far with more on the way • Example: 23
    • 24. Iterative improvement cycle Institutional Policies Case Studies Toolkits
    • 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
    • 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 medev.html 26
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    • 28. Call: 0191 246 4550 Email: