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Slides for 2014 Open Education Leadership Summit (#openls)

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Slides for 2014 Open Education Leadership Summit

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  • CC is the law catching up with the way the internet actually works.
  • CC has teams in 75 nations
  • Open license is key.

    Free as in free beer and free as in freedom
  • Key insight: ideas go from concept to mainstream when adoption has reached 15-20% point
    Referring to as “green shoots”
    Forrester research study proves this out: MP3 players, digital cameras, cell phones, CD players take off at 12 – 30% range


    Examples: Diffusion of existing technologies has been measured in S curves. These technologies include radio, television, VCR, cable, flush toilet, clothes washer, refrigerator, home ownership, air conditioning, dishwasher, electrified households, telephone, cordless phone, cellular phone, per capita airline miles, personal computer and the Internet. This data[27] can be assessed as a valuable predictor for future innovations.

    RPI study: http://journals.aps.org/pre/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevE.84.011130 (10% can shift majority)
  • Study helped us take stock of where we are
    What it would take to get to “green shoots”
    Next step: operationalize into a dashboard
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    • 1. Dr. Cable Green Director of Global Learning cable@creativecommons.org twitter: @cgreen DavidKindler:“Cablewishing CCandHappyBirthday”CCBY2.0
    • 2. Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
    • 3. (1) OER is 10-15 years old
    • 4. OER happens(ed) because: - Digital - Internet - Open Licenses (CC) these are the tools of the day
    • 5. CC is 10 years old
    • 6. These tools are global.
    • 7. FREE + LEGAL RIGHTS: REUSE REVISE REMIX REDISTRIBUTE RETAIN
    • 8. (2) OER is starting to go mainstream. (15% and growing) US analysis
    • 9. CONDITIONS ARE RIPE FOR OER IN MAINSTREAM EDUCATION Hewlett Foundation 2014: CC BY 4.0 Economic stress Rise of digital technology in schools High cost of higher education High demand for higher education Greater expectations around openness Common Core
    • 10. From idea to mainstream: 15-20% Source: Everett Rogers, Diffusion of Innovations, Figure 1-2 (Ch. 1) 11 Rogers Diffusion Curve Market Share (%) ROGERS DIFFUSION CURVE At “green shoots” (15-20% market share), adoption accelerates Time Innovation 1 Innovation 2 Innovation 3 Adoption(%) Hewlett Foundation 2014: CC BY 4.0
    • 11. 12 OER Positive “green shoots” but still a ways to go before mainstream adoption Hewlett Foundation 2014: CC BY 4.0
    • 12. CONTENT CREATION HIGHER ED DATA SOURCE Babson survey data N = 2,512 MAIN IDEA % of Chief Academic Officers (CAOs) that report OER is valuable 57% of Surveyed CAOs Report that OER is Valuable 57% 39% 5%OER IS NOT VALUABLE NEUTRAL OER IS VALUABLE Source: Allen, I.E. and J. Seaman 2012Hewlett Foundation 2014: CC BY 4.0
    • 13. AWARENESS HIGHER ED DATA SOURCE Babson survey data N = 2,512 MAIN IDEA % of Chief Academic Officers (CAOs) that report they are aware of OER 87% of Surveyed CAOs Are Aware of OER 14% 38% 36% 13%NOT AWARE SOMEWHAT AWARE AWARE VERY AWARE Source: Allen, I.E. and J. Seaman 2012Hewlett Foundation 2014: CC BY 4.0
    • 14. (3) IGOs are recommending “open” to the World
    • 15. World Bank (video) (a) Open Access Policy requires that all research outputs and knowledge products published by the Bank be licensed CC BY as the default. (b) Global Food Safety (open?)
    • 16. UNESCO (a) Paris OER Declaration (b) UNESCO has announced a new Open Access Repository - majority of UNESCO resources will be openly licensed under CC BY SA.
    • 17. (4) Open Policy
    • 18. Current research funding cycle does not maximize dissemination, economic efficiency, social impact Government RFPs announced, research grants awarded Scientific research conducted and papers written Articles submitted to journals and peer review occurs Acceptance in journals; authors transfer copyright to publishers Articles published in mainly closed access journals Libraries subscribe or public pays per article fee to view on publisher's website Public granted little or no reuse rights beyond access to read articles Slow scientific progress, poor return on public investment
    • 19. Optimized research funding cycle maximizes public access, economic efficiency, social impact Government RFPs announced, open license requirements included, research grants awarded Scientific research conducted and papers written Acceptance in journals; public access policy ensures deposit in open repository Articles published in traditional journals under embargo Public can download articles from open access repository Public granted full reuse rights under open licenses Accelerated scientific progress, optimal return on public investment Articles submitted to journals and peer review occurs
    • 20. Publicly funded resources should be openly licensed resources.
    • 21. $2 billion over four years CC BY required
    • 22. Scottish Open Education Declaration Promote the adoption of procurement policies that give equal consideration to free and open source software and openly licensed materials…
    • 23. Polish Ministry of Education releases an open primer textbook under CC BY
    • 24. Indonesia Higher Education La "(4) The Government shall develop open learning resources for use by the whole Academic Civitas”.
    • 25. California Community Colleges require CC BY for Chancellor’s Office Grants & Contracts
    • 26. openpolicynetwork.org
    • 27. Opportunity: Borrow Globally Act Locally Share Globally

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