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Slides for JLeRN meeting 22 October 2012

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  • All these activities happen anyway, but we wanted to rationalise the workflow and make it easier to do than anything else. Nice thing with PubllishOER research is that our chosie have been totally validated by the feedback from staff and students, observational work and articulated needs and desires.
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    1. 1. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? RIDLR me this…. ? (Sorry, I’ll get me coat…) ? Suzanne Hardy & James Outterside School of Medical Sciences Education Development Newcastle University© 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    2. 2. Ada has a kidney anatomy lesson to teach next week, and wants to revise her teaching materials RIDDLED WITH RIDDLES? EXPLORING THE BENEFITS OF CONTEXTUALISATION, PERSONALISATIO N AND LOCALISATION.© 2012 NewcastleUniversity, Suzanne Hardy &James Outterisde cc-by
    3. 3. Riddles• Make revising teaching and learning materials with risk free/managed content easy• Make mashing up content from varied sources, including commercially published content easy• Make openly licensed content available contextually, at the point of need• Share context of teaching and learning with others including publishers• Discover what others are doing and saying with/about the content they use to teach similar topics© 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    4. 4. © 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    5. 5. Ada has content she used last year to teach kidney anatomy, but wants to revise it following DLM, favOERites, JLeRN, Elsevier feedback from students She opens her PPT from The new resource appears on the the Dynamic Learning Comments system in Elsevier website, along with curriculum DLM Maps system, and notices favOERites, JLeRN, Open context. John, one of Ada’s students that there are some useful Tapestry, other APIs loves the new resource and bookmarks OER about kidney anatomy it at that point in his DLM, to use for there revision. He adds some notes, rating it with 5 stars, and shares the link via Facebook Along with the OER she notices some comments favOERites, about her own PPT The new mashup is RIDLR, supOERglue which she released with JLeRN other APIsDLM, JLeRN, Elsev released with a CC & PublishOER an open license last year ier, Open license incorporating the Tapestry, other required ‘used with APIs e.g. permission’ statement Wikimedia for the Elsevier content with a link to purchase Ada decides to incorporate favOERites, JLeRN, Elsevier, Open Tapestry, some images from Grey’s other APIs e.g. Anatomy which she locates She chooses the most Wikimedia and seeks permission for Elsevier, PublishOER popular website and from within the system, She bookmarks 5 permissions JLeRN OER which she sees as getting an immediate being most closely Elsevier images along response aligned to her lesson with 2 CC licensed websites and 2 OER from Jorum which are relevant . She uses the Open Tapestry © 2012 Newcastle University, interface to create a Suzanne Hardy & James new OER Outterisde cc-by
    6. 6. © 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    7. 7. e.g. Give us the data! Timing. Over ambitious?© 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    8. 8. © 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    9. 9. http://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk/public http://www.medev.ac.uk/blog/oer-phase-3-blog/ suzanne.hardy@ncl.ac.uk james.outterside@ncl.ac.uk http://twitter.com/glittrgirl http://twitter.com/medev_ncl© 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    10. 10. Attribution & disclaimer• This file is made available under a Creative Commons attribution licence, except any third party materials identified „rights reserved‟. Users are free to link to, reuse and remix this under the terms of the licence.• To attribute © owner/s please include the phrase “©2012, Newcastle University, cc:by http://www.ncl.ac.uk/”• Anyone with any concerns about the way in which any material appearing here has been linked to, used or remixed from elsewhere, please contact the University and we will make reasonable endeavour to take down the original files within 10 working days. Full policy at http://www.ncl.ac.uk/© 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    11. 11. Implementation© 2012 Newcastle University,Suzanne Hardy & JamesOutterisde cc-by
    12. 12. Integration© 2012 NewcastleUniversity, Suzanne Hardy &James Outterisde cc-by

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