Multiplying the impact of online instruction - "The Obviousness of Open Policy"

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This is the talk I gave to SUNY instructional designers at http://slnsolsummit2012.edublogs.org. It is a remix of Cable Green's talk, "The Obviousness of Open Policy" at http://www.slideshare.net/cgreen/sloan-the-obviousness-of-open-policy.

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Multiplying the impact of online instruction - "The Obviousness of Open Policy"

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  7. 7. Multiplying the Impact of Online Instruction“The Obviousness of Open Policy” janepark at creativecommons dot org
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  30. 30. “By developing this library of openly licensedcourseware and making it available to school districtsfree of charge, the state and school districts will beable to provide students with curricula and texts whilesubstantially reducing the expenses that districtswould otherwise incur in purchasing these materials. Inaddition, this library of openly licensed courseware willprovide districts and students with a broader selectionof materials, and materials that are more up-to-date.”
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  41. 41. Publicly funded resources should beopenly licensed resources.
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  46. 46. Publicly funded resources should beopenly licensed resources.
  47. 47. “Governments and educationsystems all play a critical role insetting policies that drive educationinvestments, and have an interest inensuring that public funding ineducation make a meaningful, cost-effective contribution to socio-economic development.”
  48. 48. “Given this role, these policy-makingentities are ideally positioned toencourage or mandate recipients ofpublic funding to produce educationalresources under an open license.”
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  53. 53. Publicly funded educationalresources are open educationalresources (OER): in the publicdomain or openly licensed to allowtheir free use and re-purposing byothers.
  54. 54. ! open policies are an efficient use of tax dollars!! open policies save students money!! open policies increase access to education
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