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A presentation to the Directors of Studies forum at the University of Bath (17 Feb 2011)

A presentation to the Directors of Studies forum at the University of Bath (17 Feb 2011)

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  • The OSTRICH Open Educational Resources project at the University of Bath
    • Presentation to Directors of Studies Forum
    • Thursday 17 February 2011
    The banner image above is derived from a Flickr image by matstornberg licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial 2.0 Generic Licence .
  • Open Educational Resources ‘ Digitised materials offered freely and openly for educators, students and self-learners to use and reuse for teaching, learning and research.’ ( OECD )
  • OSTRICH project aims
    • Cascade a model for creation and release of Open Educational Resources (OER)
    • Adapt this model to the University of Bath context and evaluate its sustainability
    • Promote a culture of creation, release and reuse of Open Educational Resources
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  • OER release
    • Central staff and student support resources
    • Partial release of various units of study
    • Panopto lecture capture
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  • Themes…
    • Explore legal and IP issues for people who want to create OERs at the University of Bath
    • Provide good practice advice and support for creators and users of OERs
    • Foster active discussions in this area and explore opportunities and challenges
  • Further information…
    • Project details available at: blogs.bath.ac.uk/oer
    • Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou, Head of e-Learning
    • (ka335@bath.ac.uk)
    • Vic Jenkins, Learning Technologist
    • (vkj21@bath.ac.uk)