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Digital media in Italy: the Open education resources proposal

Digital media in Italy: the Open education resources proposal

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    • Open Educational Resources Digital Media in Italy Torino, 18 novebre 2005 Eleonora Pantò
    • Sommario
      • Cosa sono le OER
      • Prospettive dei fornitori legate alla produzione di OER
      • Problematiche dei fruitori
    • OER
      • Open Educational Resources promote the sharing of knowledge worldwide to increasehuman intellectual capacity…UNESCO can encourage the development of OER in education, culture and religion to enhance mutual understanding for international peace .
    • OER versus FOSS
      • One can compare the concept of Open Educational Resources with that of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). Just as FOSS allows users to modify software as needed, OER allow users to adapt content to suit their own needs. [...]
      • OER applies that concept to teaching materials and tools.
    • OER versus FOSS
      • The open provision of educational resources, enabled by information and communication technologies, for consultation, use and adaptation by a community of users for noncommercial purposes ,
      • http://www.wcet.info/resources/publications/unescofinalreport.pdf .
    • OER includes
      • learning resources;
      • courseware, content modules, learning objects, learner support and assessment tools, online learning communities;
      • resources to support teachers;
      • tools for teachers and support materials to enable them to create, adapt and use OER, as well as training materials for teachers; and other teaching tools;
      • Resources to assure the quality of education and educational practices.
    • OER Repository
      • Opencoursware project MIT http://web.mit.edu/ocw/
      • China Open Resources for Education ; http://www.core.org.cn/en/
      • Japan OCW Alliance http://www.jocw.jp/sub2.htm
      • The Connexions project of Rice University in Texas http://cnx.rice.edu/
      • Open Learning Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University http://www.cmu.edu/oli
    • OER Repository
      • Wikipedia http://www.wikipedia.org/
      • Edutools http://www.edutools.info
      • African Digital Library http://www.africaeducation.org/adl
      • Knowledge Commons
      • http://www.edclicks.com/
      • Open Content Alliance
      • http://www.opencontentalliance.org/
    • OER Provider - Lesson learnt
      • Demand
      • Impact
      • Reuse
      • Cost and Ease
    • OER Providers KEY CHALLENGES
      • Faculty involvement/Staff motivation
      • Intellectual property
      • Financial support/sustainability
      • Quality assessment/pedagogical approach
      • Value to worldwide users/producers
      • Integration of oer with teaching and learning process
      • Access
      • Building and supporting communities of learners
    • OER Users
      • UNIVERSITE FRANÇAISE D’EGYPTE
      • AFRICAN VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY
      • UNIVERSIA
      • CHINA OPEN RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION
    • OER Users KEY CHALLENGES
      • Mirror sites = access
      • Awareness
      • Modularity
      • Adaptability
      • Ownership
      • Translation/localization= Preserving cultural diversity
    • OER Users KEY CHALLENGES
      • Mirror sites = access
      • Awareness
      • Modularity
      • Adaptability
      • Ownership
      • Translation/localization= Preserving cultural diversity
    • OER - MAP