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CREATING OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES - Tina Wilson, Rose Webb, Giselle Ferreira & Teresa Connolly

CREATING OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES - Tina Wilson, Rose Webb, Giselle Ferreira & Teresa Connolly

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  • 1. Creating Open Educational Resources: a workshop Tina Wilson, Rose Webb , Giselle Ferreira & Teresa Connolly OpenLearn Team UK Open University
  • 2. Introduction
    • Background
    • Things to consider
    • OER resources/prompt cards
    • Key elements of Open Educational Resources (OERs)
    • Experience gained from the development of OERs
    • Exploring the benefits and limitations of producing OERs with peers
  • 3. Traditional Open University distance learning courses combine a variety of multimedia resources including: Background
      • Audio video
      • Software
      • Poems
      • BSI standards
      • Internet resources
      • Glossary
      • Index
      • CDROM
      • Assessment
      • Set book
      • Blocks
      • Course guide etc
      • Course website
      • VLE/FC – email and conferences
  • 4. Background
    • Courses/modules at a traditional campus based university might combine a variety of resources:
      • Tutorial exercises
      • Formative assessment
      • Online tests WebCt
      • Online conferences and email
      • Lectures
      • Module guide
      • Set book
      • Lectures from set book
  • 5. Things to consider …
    • Ownership of the material (author, institution or both (contracts of employment) )
    • How much 3 rd party material is included in original material
    • -     might background music cost a lot to clear?
    • -     h ave organisations / individuals in audio or video sequences agreed that the material they feature in could be used?
    • Related issues will be discussed in this afternoon’s session:
      • ‘ Re-purposing for an open education repository: quantity, quality and processes ’ Connolly, Ferreira, Webb & Wilson
  • 6. Things to consider …
    • Remember also :
      • w orldwide audience
      • c ultural issues
      • s plitting audio and video files into sizeable chunks.
      • Related issues will be discussed in this afternoon’s session:
      • ‘ Re-purposing for an open education repository: quantity, quality and processes ’ Connolly, Ferreira, Webb & Wilson
  • 7. OER resources/prompt cards
    • (e)Text
    • Images
    • Audio Visual resources
    • Software resources
    • Discussion opportunities: Wikis, Blogs, eConferencing
    • Key personnel
    • Wildcards
  • 8. Some key elements of OERs
    • Wildcards
    • Collaborative working practices
    • Software
      • Open source
      • Freeware, shareware, educational
    • Development time for:
      • Planning
      • Evaluation
    • Feedback loop
    • Cohesive learning experience
    • Discussion prospects
    • Appropriate description of
    • finished product
    • Third party resources
    • Deliverable over the web
    • Assessment opportunities
    • Justification/rationale for OER
    Desirable Essential
  • 9.  
  • 10. Experience from OL OERs
    • M364_1 Accessibility in interaction design
    • Key element: Deliverable over the Web
    • Excerpts from course M364 Fundamentals of interaction design
    • Consists of a section from a unit and interactive activities on DVD
    • Key element: Cohesive learning experience
    • Making web links in the text live
    • Activities in the text linking to web sites rather than being held separately on CD_ROM
  • 11.  
  • 12. Creating Open Educational Resources – the work element
    • Now over to you …
    • Group work
      • Using A219 Exploring the Classical World
      • Group work sheet
      • Prompt cards
      • Key elements sheets
      • Worksheet
      • Share group solution
  • 13. Creating Open Educational Resources – the work element
    • 1. Using the prompt cards identify what types of resource are included in sections 2 and 3 of the course material.
    • Prompt cards:
    • ● Images
    • ● Software resources
    • ● (e)Texts
    • ● Audio/visual resources
    • ● Key personnel
    • ● Wild card
    • Appoint a scribe and use the worksheet to help you prepare to share your group solution for question 1
  • 14. Creating Open Educational Resources – the work element
    • 2. Using the key elements cards, identify the (essential and desirable) key elements in the course materials, sections 1, 2, & 3. Use your findings from Q1 to guide you.
    • Use green and yellow markers to identify essential and desirable key elements.
    • Appoint a scribe and use the worksheet to help you prepare to share your group solution for question 2