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Fa13 week 11-oer ebook

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  • 1. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (OER) PART III: OER AND EBOOK PROJECT EDUC W200 Week 11
  • 2. HOW CAN TEACHERS USE OER? • • • • Share instructional materials Supplement lesson plans Utilize pre-existing tests and quizzes Use technological resources that the teacher may not know how to create on his own (Ex. Java test, YouTube video...) • Customize learning materials (e.g., ebook for your class) EDUC W200 Week 11
  • 3. OER AND EBOOK PROJECT Review: What is the eBook Project? o You and your group will create an instructional book. o Format: eBook o Examples • iBooks Author examples: http://www.apple.com/ibooksauthor/gallery.html • Flip Snack Examples: http://www.flipsnack.com/flipbook-template/school-flipping-book-example#3 EDUC W200 Week 11
  • 4. TOOLS TO BE USED How will I make my eBook? • iBooks Author (Mac software). o Job Aid: http://www.indiana.edu/~educw200/files/Jobaid-iBookAuthor.pdf o Instructional website: http://www.apple.com/ibooks-author/ • FlipSnack (Online app: http://www.flipsnack.com/) o Adding rich media to PDF document o Turns PDF files into an eBook o http://edu.flipsnack.com/product.html EDUC W200 Week 11
  • 5. EBOOK COMPONENTS What needs to be in my eBook? • Clear instruction that guides learners to the instructional goal • Visually appealing design • Multimedia Content (Pictures, illustrations, text, video, interactive content, etc…) • Ten pages of content per group member • A user guide describing how to use the eBook • Citations for references used. EDUC W200 Week 11
  • 6. HOW WILL MY EBOOK BE EVALUATED? • Integration of content and resources • Age appropriate content, reading level, and scaffolding where needed • Professionalism • Creativity • Peer review • Rubric: http://iu.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=E539A&sp=yes EDUC W200 Week 11
  • 7. EBOOK AND OER You have the outline of your ebook. Now it is time to find content for each section. You can refer to these resources: • http://www.ck12.org • http://www.oercommons.org/ • LiveBinders • Gooru • Curriki • Also use Google to search for open educational resources relevant to your ebook. EDUC W200 Week 11
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