E107 Open Education Practice and Potential: Session 4
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Session 4 for Education E-107, Open Education Practice and Potential, Spring 2011 (Harvard University Extension) taught by M.S. Vijay Kumar and Brandon Muramatsu.

Session 4 for Education E-107, Open Education Practice and Potential, Spring 2011 (Harvard University Extension) taught by M.S. Vijay Kumar and Brandon Muramatsu.

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  • 1. EDUC E-107Spring 2011Unless otherwise specified, Copyright 2011, Vijay Kumar and Brandon Muramatsu.Unless otherwise specified this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 UnitedStates License (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/).Cite as: Kumar, V. & Muramatsu, B. (2011). Open Education: Practice and Potential. 1
  • 2.   Administrivia ◦  Discussion forums and participation, News  Continue exploring Open Education, Courses and the Curriculum ◦  Summary from David Wiley’s session ◦  Guest Speakers: DeLaina Tonks, OHSU and Joel Thierstein, Connexions  Discussion of Assignment 3+4  Next Week: Steve Carson 2
  • 3.   The non-rivalrous nature of open resources ◦  Use by others does not diminish your/original value  Community co-construction ◦  Cathedral and the Bazaar ( Eric Raymond) ◦  Agency ◦  Implications for quality?  Disaggregation of the educational value chain ◦  Content/resource creation ◦  Delivering the experience ◦  Credentialing  Analytics: Data and design for Open ◦  Continuous Improvement ◦  Adaptive 3
  • 4.   How are they going?  Guidelines and suggestions… 4
  • 5. Source: Educause Learning Initiative. (2011). Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories. Retrieved on February 15, 2011 fromhttp://educause.mediasite.com/mediasite/Catalog/catalogs/ELI2011AnnualMeeting.aspx 5
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  • 7.   What are the value propositions, advantages and challenges with open for courses and the curriculum…from the perspectives of administrators, educators and learners?  How does what they say, address those issues that you care about? 7
  • 8. Director, Open High School of Utah 8
  • 9. Associate Provost, Rice University Executive Director, Connexions 9
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  • 11.   Assignment 3+4 Due ◦  What are the value propositions, advantages and challenges with open for courses and the curriculum…from the perspectives of administrators, educators and learners? ◦  See the Assignments page for more details  Steve Carson, MIT OpenCourseWare is our guest speaker in-class 11