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OER as Reuse                                               Greg Grossmeier                                          greg@g...
Producing OER
Do our systemsencourage reuse?
The universal question...
“How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
“How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
Not“How often are my  materials being  downloaded?”
Not“What is the rating of my       material?”
“How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
???
the OER Definition:Open educational resources are educationalmaterials and resources offered freely andopenly for anyone t...
the OER Definition:Open educational resources are educationalmaterials and resources offered freely andopenly for anyone t...
remix
Why?Every course is differentEach student is different
Can we know how people are using    materials?
Music
http://remix.nin.com
What about thenot-yet-popular    artists?
OER examples
Push
No RealFeedback.
But is it their job?
Filter
Ratings and Reviews
Push, Filter, Create
“When you publish your derived copy module, Connexionsautomatically adds a statement to the module that gives attributiont...
Ratings, reviews,  and lineage.
Old Model:Producer – ConsumerNew Model:Prosumer
Find             Publish       Remix       dScribe       process
ccMixters strengths1. Brand recognition2. Central location3. Great Community Manager4. Contests5. Both popular and not-yet...
oerMixter1. OER is a strong brand2. At least the metadata is central3. A Community Manager isessential4. Contests = New Se...
Walter LewinMIT OCW - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-01-physics-i-classical-mechanics-fall-1999/
Encourage the Walter Lewins of the world.
Why?even 60% of ccMixter is not remixed
People are actuallyrecognizing high quality  educational material.
Be enablers.
Thank you.Please upload your remixes to  http://remix.grossmeier.net
Credits  Mindstorm NXT – jonathanjonl – CC:BY-SAAll screenshots included are for illustrative and  educational purposes, u...
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  1. 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. 2. Producing OER
  3. 3. Do our systemsencourage reuse?
  4. 4. The universal question...
  5. 5. “How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
  6. 6. “How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
  7. 7. Not“How often are my materials being downloaded?”
  8. 8. Not“What is the rating of my material?”
  9. 9. “How are my materialsbeing used by others?”
  10. 10. ???
  11. 11. the OER Definition:Open educational resources are educationalmaterials and resources offered freely andopenly for anyone to use, remix, improveand redistribute.- Wikipedia
  12. 12. the OER Definition:Open educational resources are educationalmaterials and resources offered freely andopenly for anyone to use, remix, improveand redistribute.- Wikipedia
  13. 13. remix
  14. 14. Why?Every course is differentEach student is different
  15. 15. Can we know how people are using materials?
  16. 16. Music
  17. 17. http://remix.nin.com
  18. 18. What about thenot-yet-popular artists?
  19. 19. OER examples
  20. 20. Push
  21. 21. No RealFeedback.
  22. 22. But is it their job?
  23. 23. Filter
  24. 24. Ratings and Reviews
  25. 25. Push, Filter, Create
  26. 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. 27. Ratings, reviews, and lineage.
  28. 28. Old Model:Producer – ConsumerNew Model:Prosumer
  29. 29. Find Publish Remix dScribe process
  30. 30. ccMixters strengths1. Brand recognition2. Central location3. Great Community Manager4. Contests5. Both popular and not-yet-popular artists.
  31. 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. 32. Walter LewinMIT OCW - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-01-physics-i-classical-mechanics-fall-1999/
  33. 33. Encourage the Walter Lewins of the world.
  34. 34. Why?even 60% of ccMixter is not remixed
  35. 35. People are actuallyrecognizing high quality educational material.
  36. 36. Be enablers.
  37. 37. Thank you.Please upload your remixes to http://remix.grossmeier.net
  38. 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
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