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Given at the Berlin 8 Conference on Open Access. http://www.berlin8.org

Given at the Berlin 8 Conference on Open Access. http://www.berlin8.org

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  • 1. OER as Reuse Greg Grossmeier greg@grossmeier.net http://grossmeier.netExcept where otherwise noted, this presentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.
  • 2. Producing OER
  • 3. Do our systemsencourage reuse?
  • 4. The universal question...
  • 5. “How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
  • 6. “How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
  • 7. Not“How often are my materials being downloaded?”
  • 8. Not“What is the rating of my material?”
  • 9. “How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
  • 10. ???
  • 11. the OER Definition:Open educational resources are educationalmaterials and resources offered freely andopenly for anyone to use, remix, improveand redistribute.- Wikipedia
  • 12. the OER Definition:Open educational resources are educationalmaterials and resources offered freely andopenly for anyone to use, remix, improveand redistribute.- Wikipedia
  • 13. remix
  • 14. Why?Every course is differentEach student is different
  • 15. Can we know how people are using materials?
  • 16. Music
  • 17. http://remix.nin.com
  • 18. What about thenot-yet-popular artists?
  • 19. OER examples
  • 20. Push
  • 21. No RealFeedback.
  • 22. But is it their job?
  • 23. Filter
  • 24. Ratings and Reviews
  • 25. Push, Filter, Create
  • 26. “When you publish your derived copy module, Connexionsautomatically adds a statement to the module that gives attributionto the original module and author. This statement is a link to theoriginal module, so the reader can view the module on which yourderived copy was based.”
  • 27. Ratings, reviews, and lineage.
  • 28. Old Model:Producer – ConsumerNew Model:Prosumer
  • 29. Find Publish Remix dScribe process
  • 30. ccMixters strengths1. Brand recognition2. Central location3. Great Community Manager4. Contests5. Both popular and not-yet-popular artists.
  • 31. oerMixter1. OER is a strong brand2. At least the metadata is central3. A Community Manager isessential4. Contests = New Semesters ?5. Professors are becomingpopular.
  • 32. Walter LewinMIT OCW - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-01-physics-i-classical-mechanics-fall-1999/
  • 33. Encourage the Walter Lewins of the world.
  • 34. Why?even 60% of ccMixter is not remixed
  • 35. People are actuallyrecognizing high quality educational material.
  • 36. Be enablers.
  • 37. Thank you.Please upload your remixes to http://remix.grossmeier.net
  • 38. Credits Mindstorm NXT – jonathanjonl – CC:BY-SAAll screenshots included are for illustrative and educational purposes, used under fair use.All (mashed up) logos/trademarks are owned by their respective entities. All text was built upon others work but thisincarnation was written by Greg Grossmeier and licensed under CC:BY-SA 3.0