COERLL June Webinar 2 - The Practice of Adapting, Teaching, and Creating OER

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COERLL June Webinar Series #2 - The Practice of Adapting, Teaching, and Creating OER. Garin Fons, Nathalie Steinfeld Childre, Orlando Kelm, Carl Blyth, Amanda Dalola

COERLL June Webinar Series #2 - The Practice of Adapting, Teaching, and Creating OER. Garin Fons, Nathalie Steinfeld Childre, Orlando Kelm, Carl Blyth, Amanda Dalola

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  • 1. The webinar will begin shortly.Right now, You should hear music.If you don’t, please check your audio settings.There’s a “help” setting at the top if you need it.Internet Explorer doesn’t seem to work great.Public Domain Content:, you are listening to “Lonesome.”music by Tymphony (From Istanbul, Turkey)-licensed under CC: BY-SA- available on
  • 2. with Garin Fonsand NathalieSteinfeldChildre
  • 3. Introductory NotesHashtag: #COERLLWebsite: www.coerll.utexas.eduTechnical HelpPublic Domain Image: Questions!email:
  • 4. Opening RemarksPublic Domain Image:“hello, world.”
  • 5. Last sessionthe changinglandscapeof educationCC: By-nc james gordon
  • 6. Searching and Finding OER - Language Learning repositories
  • 7. CCSome Rights Reserved
  • 8. It’s Good to SharePublic Domain Content: content using toolsthat make it easy to shareShare what you create; licenseit using Creative CommonsEncourage others to shareSupport those who do share
  • 9. the changinglandscapeof educationCC: By-nc james gordon
  • 10. peopleResourcesideasTeaching
  • 11. peopleResourcesideasOpenmusicopenResearchopentextbooksOpenSourcesoftwareTheOpen webOpenDataOpenEducationalResourcesopenstandardsTeachingOpen resourcesenhance teaching
  • 12. CC: BY-ND gfpeck what you want
  • 13. Cultivate LearningPublic Domain Content:
  • 14. “something wrong,gentlemen?”
  • 15. A Bvs.A Bcdef gh2418
  • 16. Free, No cost.Free vs. OpenCC: BY-NC CodyHoffman to reuse, revise,remix, redistribute.
  • 17. A Creative SparkWhat we believe about OERCC: BY-NC-SA Lotus Carroll
  • 18. An Adaptable ResourceCC: BY-NC-nd de.laina we believe about OER
  • 19. driver of improvementCC: By Robert S. Donovan h we believe about OER
  • 20. an Investment in a new educational paradigmCC: BY-NC-nd jessica lucia we believe about OER
  • 21. Property of everyoneWhy OER? WHY NOW?cc: by-nc Sarah Browning
  • 22. CC: BY-NC-SA gravity_grave“A University educationis not a box of books.”- Larry BAcow (MIT faculty)Why OER? WHY NOW?
  • 23. Public Domain Content: OER? WHY NOW?value in transformation
  • 24. cc: by-nc-sa jairoagua in enabling connectionWhy OER? WHY NOW?
  • 25. cc: by-sa theseanster93 in the game nowWhy OER? WHY NOW?
  • 26. “check out thisopen resource!”public domain content
  • 27. “it’s heresomewhere!”public domain content
  • 28. cc: by-nc thomas hawk OEROER - Ready to Unwrap
  • 29. cc: by-nc thomas hawk wide variety of stuffAvailable OER
  • 30. OER is Evolving - Pretty FastCC: By Raneko OER
  • 31. cc: BY-nc-nd Sindaas Madhavi OER to your contextevaluate the resource
  • 32. cc: BY-nc-sa cobalt123 Content with Learner’s NeedsAdapt
  • 33. cc: BY-nc-sa MAgs with curricular standardsAdapt
  • 34. public domain contentDetermine ease of useAdapt
  • 35. Degree of OpennessAdapt
  • 36. Consider thereputation ofthe authorcc: BY-nc-sa Kalexanderson
  • 37. find the appropriate editing environmentStandard office suite word / presentation tools work just fine.So do Google docs!
  • 38. Be sure to add an open license
  • 39. Share Your WOrkQuality Drives AdoptionCC: BY-nc niklas wikström
  • 40. Share your work
  • 41. #langchat#edchatForeign Language TeachingCreating an Open ClassroomPeeragogy in ActionFIND othersTalk with colleagues“let’s make something.”public domain content:
  • 42. Hearing from The ProsAmanda DalolaOrlando KelmCarl BlythCC: BY-nc-sa FXTC
  • 43. Teaching with OER
  • 44. Brazilpod | Tá falado | Conversa Brasileira
  • 45. putting the pieces together
  • 46. LARC - Lesson Plan Generator