Need forOpen Educational Resources (OER)  Presentation: Matus & Lavanya Concept: Lionel Paul
Providing high quality education to thelearners while containing the costs is acommon challenge that educators faceglobally.
Current information technology developmenthas highlighted the deficiencies and challengesin the traditional education syst...
Open Educational Resources (OER) are learningmaterials such as structured courses, course referencematerials, books, asses...
Open license can raisethe education standards globally.
The open license enables the instructorsand learners to use the content anywhere,anytime and in anyway they deem fit.
• Users don’t have to be concerned about how  long the OER can be used.• There are a wide variety of devices both  mobile ...
Thank you very much for your attention.Please contact gearED teamif you are interested in ourproject.                Thank...
ReferencesSlide 1 - http://iberry.com/cms/files/oer.pngSlide 2- http://www.merinews.com/upload/thumbimage/1319959791453.jp...
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
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How can OER & OST contribute to building a 21st century learning environment? Presented by Team gearED of STANFORD UNIVERSITY - Venture Lab, DNLE fall 2012

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HOW OPEN TECHNOLOGY & CONTENT RESOURCES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

  1. 1. Need forOpen Educational Resources (OER) Presentation: Matus & Lavanya Concept: Lionel Paul
  2. 2. Providing high quality education to thelearners while containing the costs is acommon challenge that educators faceglobally.
  3. 3. Current information technology developmenthas highlighted the deficiencies and challengesin the traditional education system.
  4. 4. Open Educational Resources (OER) are learningmaterials such as structured courses, course referencematerials, books, assessments, audio, video, software,tools, technology, techniques and other relatedmaterials that enable knowledge acquisition. Theyinclude intellectual property licenses that govern openpublishing of materials, design-principles, andlocalization of content.
  5. 5. Open license can raisethe education standards globally.
  6. 6. The open license enables the instructorsand learners to use the content anywhere,anytime and in anyway they deem fit.
  7. 7. • Users don’t have to be concerned about how long the OER can be used.• There are a wide variety of devices both mobile and static where OER can be used effectively.• High quality education to all can be achieved by open content and technology intergradation.
  8. 8. Thank you very much for your attention.Please contact gearED teamif you are interested in ourproject. Thank you!
  9. 9. ReferencesSlide 1 - http://iberry.com/cms/files/oer.pngSlide 2- http://www.merinews.com/upload/thumbimage/1319959791453.jpgSlide 3 - http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2012-01-18 EducationOrphan_CareBihar_India_B.jpgSlide 4- http://www8.open.ac.uk/about/international-development/files/international- development/imagecache/hero_medium/TESS-India.jpgSlide 5 - http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2008/01/17/world/17india_span.600.jpgSlide 6 - http://kaw.stb.s-msn.com/i/83/53CB190E66E119AF49D1E01AACB6.jpgSlide 7 - http://www.shivsaraswatifoundation.com/thumbnail.php? file=distance_education_662540088.jpg&size=article_mediumSlide 8 - http://www.asianscientist.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/OPINION-Rethinking-Science-Education-In- India.jpgSlide 9 - http://techlearningcentersmc.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/wordle1.jpgSlide 10 - http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/ukoer3/~/media/JISC/programmes/ukoer3 /oerriwordcloud.ashx?w=460&h=297&as=1Slide 11 - http://www.dreamstime.com/rural-education-in-india-thumb23634953.jpgSlide 12 - http://www.educationinsight.in/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/digital_distance_image_large.jpgSlide 13 - http://www.det.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/image/0006/27960/SSA_MillnerPrimary.jpgSlide 14 - http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4040/4371000818_f265b5999d.jpgSlide 15 - http://education-portal.com/cimages/multimages/16/laptop-electronic-books.jpgSlide 16 - http://i.imgur.com/pih8y.pngSlides 17-20 - http://ipss-addis.org/OER/css/images/iStock_000009367866XSmall.jpg

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