Digital Repositories for Learning Overview Presentation for OpenEd 2009

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Brief overview of the challenges regarding standardization of definitions for OER and resulting expectations for standard licensing, technical formats, and other issues.

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Digital Repositories for Learning Overview Presentation for OpenEd 2009

  1. 1. Access, Standards, and Interoperability Digital Repositories for Learning 2009 Vancouver BC Ahrash N Bissell
  2. 2. Legal and technical interoperability… What do we know ? What do we want ? What do we need ? Why ?
  3. 3. Some useful distinctions… Objective attributes vs subjective (even if validated) qualities. Enabling what we want vs disabling what we dislike . OER are composites – what is fundamental to their function and what is essentially habit?
  4. 4. Text What are Open Edu c ational Resour c es? Michael Reschke cba Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute.
  5. 5. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute.
  6. 6. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute.
  7. 7. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute.
  8. 8. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute.
  9. 9. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use , adapt, and redistribute.
  10. 10. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt , and redistribute.
  11. 11. Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials, tools, and media used for teaching and learning that are free from copyright restrictions or publicly licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute .
  12. 12. <ul><li>Some things to think about… </li></ul><ul><li>Closing the loop – how do we incorporate data from usage into the improvement cycle? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Student privacy issues </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Tying things together </li></ul></ul><ul><li>K12 vs higher ed </li></ul><ul><ul><li>What, if any, are the meaningful distinctions? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Training and digital literacy </li></ul><ul><ul><li>What pedagogies depend on (or benefit from) openness? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>What recognition processes can support their use? </li></ul></ul>
  13. 13. Digital vs analog objects. Lingo challenges – free, online, digital, e-learning, distance learning, etc. How tightly tied are OER to new technologies? How tightly tied should they be? What are our expectations, especially re: re-use and adaptation? Others? Some things to think about…
  14. 14. learn.creativecommons.org Send comments to: ahrash@creativecommons.org

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