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Open Educational Resources and Distance Mode of Education: A Model for Integration

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This Presentation proposed a prototype integrated model to promote Distance Education by using Open Educational Resources.

This Presentation proposed a prototype integrated model to promote Distance Education by using Open Educational Resources.

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  • 1. Barnali Roy Choudhury Research Fellow, DLIS, BU E-mail: barna.chakrabarti@gmail.com Dr. Parthasarathi Mukhopadhyay Associate professor, DLIS, KU E-mail: psmukhopadhyay@gmail.com
  • 2. Open Educational Resources (OERs) are any type of educational materials that are in the public domain or introduced with an open license. The nature of these open materials means that anyone can legally and freely copy, use, adapt and re-share them. OERs range from textbooks to curricula, syllabi, lecture notes, assignments, tests, projects, audio, video and animation. UNESCO, Paris
  • 3. Open Educational Resources (OER) are digital educational resources which are openly licensed for
  • 4. USD
  • 5. OERs are affordable and universally accessible teaching-learning resources in order to enrich learning experiences; OERs are easily sharable materials with the provisions of open licensing systems like creative commons; Updated materials which can be edited, augmented, customized, combined and reformatted by anyone; Amplify access of learning resources; Assist with both teaching and learning @ free of cost or in less expense.
  • 6. E-learning OER Open Learning Strictly being accessible using technological tools which are either web-based, web-distributed, or web- capable.(Nicole,2003). ICT-enabled teaching-learning-evaluation system that includes learning materials in digital form within the system. E-learning may gear up OER but it is not necessary that both are same. OER supports open learning/open education. Learning objects that are available in open mode and thereby can enhance the E-learning systems (DLE and VLE) as building block units. Open learning is a path of education that facilitates students a sort of opportunities for sustainable, lifelong learning which is centred on learners specific needs. It needs systematic analysis of assessment, students supports for better execution of the provision of Openness. it is not limited to open educational resources. It also includes open technologies that facilitate collaborative, flexible learning and the open sharing of teaching practices and new approaches to assessment, accreditation and collaborative learning (Cape Town Open Education Declaration).
  • 7. All rights reserved Some rights reserved
  • 8. University based Repositories Open Courseware Repositories of OER Search Engines of Open Educational Resources Subject Specific OE Repositories MIT Open Courseware The Consortium for Educational Communication The Commonwealth of Learning’s Directory of Open Educational Resources ( http://doer.col.org) The Health Education Assets Library (HEAL)( www.healcentral.org) OpenLearn The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) Creative Commons (http://creativecommons.o rg/education) The Stanford University School of Engineering(http://see.st anford.edu) University of California Multimedia Educational Resources for Learning and Online Teaching (MARLOT ) Folksemantic ( www.folksemantic.com) Tufts University(http://ocw.tuf ts.edu)
  • 9. Source: Report of the Working group on Open Access and Open Educational Resources
  • 10.  Present scenario….  Self-Learning Materials (SLMs)  Study materials,  PCP programs,  evaluation systems OEROER Meta-Learning module , which is a kind of guide where learners are directed to the scope and coverage of the respective topic, objective of the study , a list of resources (available PDF files, Doc files, URLs , video tutorials, class lectures, PPTs etc) where they can find related information of that topic. Meta-Learning module , which is a kind of guide where learners are directed to the scope and coverage of the respective topic, objective of the study , a list of resources (available PDF files, Doc files, URLs , video tutorials, class lectures, PPTs etc) where they can find related information of that topic. Self Directed Learning Tools (SDLs)
  • 11.  Operating System: Linux (Ubuntu 12.04)  Web Server: Apache  Database Management Systems: MySQL (SQL YOG community)  Programming Language: PHP (5.X)  Education based software: Moodle (2.X)
  • 12. Sl. No. Steps Tasks 1. Design of course structure including its all units- sections-subsections Develop a topic based course on Information Technology including four modules. 2. Identification of resources– related to target courses Text, Audio, Video, class lecture note, wikis, etc on IT application 3. Parameters of selection for resource inclusion As per learners readability status; Ease of accessibility and affordability; CC-BY licensed materials 4. Selection of objects – audio, video and text CC-By licensed materials 5. Organization (tagging with existing curricula course- paper-module-unit-section-subsection) NSOU MLIS Study material structure Organization of Module 1: Library Automation; Module 2: Database Management; Module 3: Operating System and Programming1 and Module 4: Operating System and Programming 2 consisting lessons, files, folders, links etc. 6. Development of online learning portal Open Educational Resources
  • 13. Thanks for your kind attention……