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Talk given at OISE Educational Commons with Jim Slotta and Stian Haklev Thursday March 12, 2009. ...

Talk given at OISE Educational Commons with Jim Slotta and Stian Haklev Thursday March 12, 2009.

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(The whole lecture was filmed, and the video with slides is available here: http://142.150.98.64/OISE/20090312-100421-1/rnh.htm)

Abstract:
The term "Open Educational Resources" (OER) was coined at a 2002 UNESCO conference, and refers to the rapidly growing phenomenon of sharing educational resources freely online. Projects have and being developed in several American institutions, and in almost 30 countries. These "open resources" can be accessed by the wide educational community of teachers and students in all contexts, which has the potential to radically expand access to education, but raises many questions. How can pedagogical models and online communities support this kind of learning? Are there ways of providing accreditation for new forms of informal learning?

Join us as we give an overview of the field of open education, and participate in the discussion about this new dimension that will impact Canadian higher education in coming years. We will discuss new opportunities for U of T courses, including the challenge of locating high quality, relevant materials for courses (both online and face-to-face) and of integrating these materials in order to enhance student learning. We will discuss the implications of open education for university educators and researchers, as well as other communities of learners such as those in developing nations or those who wish to organize their own program of study.

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Open Education Around The World Open Education Around The World Presentation Transcript

  • Open Education around the world
    • by Jim Slotta and Stian Håklev
    • Education Commons, OISE, 12/3/09
    • Creative Commons BY 3.0
  • Open Educational Resources Open Learning Processes
  • RESOURCES
  • Dimensions
    • gratis / libre (or free as in speech, free as in beer)
    • accidental / intentional
    • defined-author / peer-authored
    • purpose: direct use, reuse, transparency
  • Free as in speech/beer
  • free software
  • creative commons
  • ccmixter
  • flickr cc
  • wikipedia
  • WP Norway Urdu big
  • Different meanings of open
  • Accidental OER
  •  
  • OpenLib frontpage
  • sanskrit primer
  • sanskrit uoft
  • ulib
  • open lib tamil
  • doaj
  • ec leslie
  • elpub
  • bioline intl
  • tspace oise
  • Useful Chem
  • youtube main
  • soc images
  • Intentional OER
  • mit ocw main
  • mit ocw course
  • Features of MIT OCW
    • History
    • Not complete courses
    • Not interactive, no contributions accepted
    • Intended for teachers, used by learners
    • Very expensive to produce
    • Unintended uses
  • Purposes
    • direct use (by student/learner/intended target group)
    • reuse (“mashup”, “remix”, mediated use, recontextualized by a teacher)
    • transparency (open the windows and let us look in)
  • u mich course
  • dscribe
  • Could it be easier?
  • ocwc members
  • universia
  • saudi arab ocw
  • saudi arabia textbook
  • tec de monter course
  • paris tech course
  • ou netherland
  • ou salamanca
  • ou korea
  • keio ocw
  • uwc pub health
  • israel ocw
  • ou chiaotung
  • chiatung course
  • core main
  • mit zh couse
  • jingpinke main
  • jingpinke course
  • math jpkc
  • JPKC diploma
  • CORE China Geography translation
  • nptel youtube
  • IIT Youtube
  • egyankosh yt
  • Open Education Videos around the word
  • Open Education Videos around the world
  • egyan tsp list
  • egyan tsp course
  • egyan book
  • Open textbooks
  • ind textbook main
  • ind textbook fpag
  • ind textb content
  • bs-e main
  • unit 1 indones
    • pemerintahan - indo book
  • ndla
  • fhsst main
  • fhsst frontp
  • fhsst freedoms
  • fhsst authors
  • fhsst classif matter
  • dig cult books
  • memorable cases
  • openlearn
  • ou learninng space
  • Defined author Peer-based production
  • ou labspace
  • wikibooks
  • wikieducator
  • wikiversity main
  • Dimensions
    • gratis / libre (or free as in speech, free as in beer)
    • accidental / intentional
    • defined-author / peer-authored
    • purpose: direct use, reuse, transparency
  • PROCESS
  • OLI CMU mainpage
  • MIT iCampus
  • intro open ed I
  • Intro Oed schedule
  • Intro Oed Participants introducing themselves
  • RSTM week 1 top
  • RSTM week 1 small
  • RSTM Week 1 comments
  • Designing for flexible learning practices
  • Facilitating online communities
  • Eval elearning best practices
  • intro dw II
  • connnectivism cour
  • p2pu
  • accreditation
  • Networks and emerging forms of learning
  • Connectivism course
  • oerblogs
  • Downes
  • Thank you