Using statewide, online, and open ed resources

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Having trouble navigating all the available online resources? In this session, learn how to “level up” your instruction with OER, the state's extensive educational resources (made available through BadgerLink), and CommonLinks, the active project to correlate online resources with Academic Standards. We will discuss different licensing and copyright issues related to the type of resource and how all have a place in your instructional repertoire.

This is the BadgerLink and CommonLinks slides given at WEMTA on March 25, 2014 in the Wisconsin Dells

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  • Available to all Wisconsin residents from schools and libraries of all types, homes, and even outside of Wisconsin
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  • Using statewide, online, and open ed resources

    1. 1. Using Statewide, Online, and Open Education Resources in the New Digital Era
    2. 2. What is BadgerLink? • Project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries and Technology • BadgerLink is Wisconsin’s online library which provides access to licensed content such as magazines, newspapers, scholarly articles, videos, images, and music…
    3. 3. How does authentication work? • BadgerLink identifies you as a Wisconsin resident by looking at your computer Internet Protocol (IP) address • Example IP address: 165.189.15.31
    4. 4. How does authentication work? • We maintain an anonymous list of (over three million!) Wisconsin IP addresses! • With a registered IP, you get direct access to our resources • If you don’t have one of those IP addresses…
    5. 5. BadgerLink & Copyright
    6. 6. OER? • BadgerLink is available to all Wisconsin residents at no direct cost. • BadgerLink is not an OER – Content not in the public domain – No released under an open license
    7. 7. How can I use this? http://www.badgerlink.net/help/copyright • For non-commercial, educational use • Cite information • Not posted where it could potentially be seen by non-Wisconsin residents
    8. 8. CommonLinks
    9. 9. CommonLinks’ Mission To correlate the state's educational resources made available through BadgerLink with learning standards, text complexity information, and other key educational features.
    10. 10. Under Current Development • http://commonlinks.dpi.wi.gov/ • About 20 records 21
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    13. 13. Why CommonLinks? • Resources are aligned and described according to a thoughtful consideration of educator's needs. The project hopes to make it easy to find, save, rate, and share quality resources. 24
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    16. 16. Future • Add more records • Expand collaboration • Promotion 27

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