Open Ed Talking Points

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Open Ed Talking Points

  1. 1. Mutual & Sharing Learning Most students begin their education highly motivated to learn; most teachers are highly motivated to share knowledge, not only with their students but with anyone who can benefit. bnd by Lara Eller http://www.flickr.com/photos/99079793@N00/24786113/
  2. 2. Open education depends on a high-quality pool of freely licensed resources. cba Michael Reschke OER give learners access to a broad array available for anyone to use, share, and of knowledge materials... adapt to suit their educational needs.
  3. 3. Open education supports skill development through Active learner participation • finding • evaluating • generating knowledge Skills gained: • critical thinking • creativity • communication Tebnaxt by Susan Ware http://www.flickr.com/photos/suswar/2500249119/ • collaboration
  4. 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mimax/303567279/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mimax/303567279/ Tebnaxt by Max Open education supports • formal education • informal education • lifelong learning
  5. 5. Open education supports equal education opportunity, regardless of region, income, or level of technology. Ribna. Vern Hart http://flickr.com/photos/vernhart/1511413221/
  6. 6. http://www.flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/4462965/. http://www.flickr.com/photos/venky7/2157716223/ Ribna. Judy Baxter Advanced technology is not necessary. Ribna. Venkatesh Hariharan OER can be easily modified and adapted to different learning circumstances. Ribna. alexanderimages http://www.flickr.com/photos/9432444@N05/656500490/.
  7. 7. Intellectual property restrictions in most parts of the world have increased TRIPS • bi-lateral treaties • increased enforcement • DRM • Tebnxt Globe by ONT Design http://flickr.com/photos/ontdesign/692369952/
  8. 8. When IP restricts access, adaptation and sharing, OER helps open doors protecting the right to education. Tebaxt Simon music http://flickr.com/photos/fruey/1368008974/
  9. 9. OER can be easily modified, translated, and shared, so they encourage local production of educational resources Ribn by nofrills http://flickr.com/photos/nofrills/10895361/ Rib by Thomas Sly http://flickr.com/photos/tomsly/87973199/ suited to both individual and societal values, language and Ribna. by Ethnocentrics culture. http://flickr.com/photos/ethnocentrics/213657197/
  10. 10. Open education helps teachers Tebnxt Thomas Hawk http://flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/387971417/ ... as well as learners. Tebndxt Zeetz Jones http://flickr.com/photos/zeetzjones/562496275/
  11. 11. The world is changing. Tebndxt http://flickr.com/photos/18209739@N04/2368619081/ by Armel
  12. 12. Both educators and learners now have an enormous body of knowledge to draw from. This means: • Pedagogical innovation for teachers • Greater ability to direct their education for learners Tebxt Edgar Zessinthal http://flickr.com/photos/dptlc/126121730/
  13. 13. Developing Open education is a global movement. Developed Not: • a charity • resource transfer • technical assistance Empowers people in a global dialogue How do WE improve education? Tebnaxt Greg Robbins http://flickr.com/photos/greg_robbins/471734788/
  14. 14. ccLearn's goal is to promote open education for everyone, everywhere. Our projects are designed to address legal the most important technological cbn Nancy http://flickr.com/photos/pugno_muliebriter/1384247192/ and social barriers cbn Tantek Çelik to open education http://flickr.com/photos/tantek/85610375/ and the results benefit the entire open education community. cbna Judy Baxter http://flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/501511984/
  15. 15. Often, scholarly research and traditional educational resources are produced in just a handful of countries... bea http://flickr.com/photos/9583071@N02/695552819/ John LeGear but open education empowers contributions from everywhere! be http://flickr.com/photos/wwworks/440672445/ Woodley Wonderworks
  16. 16. The best open educational resources are created in contexts in which they will be used, supporting cultural integrity and empowering people around the world to participate in scholarly conversations. be http://flickr.com/photos/wwworks/440672445/ Woodley Wonderworks
  17. 17. The educational community is built on sharing. Open education fosters a culture bn= of learning and collaboration, ryancr http://flickr.com/photos/ryanr/142455033/ allowing educators and learners to develop new applications and contexts for the use of educational materials.
  18. 18. The best licenses for education enable • Learner engagement • Innovation • Adaption to fit local needs
  19. 19. Licenses that don!t permit derivative works limit the flexibility to translate or modify the work for an educational context, or to distribute it in alternate formats. d bn=de Melilotus http://flickr.com/photos/aldhil/1933995970/
  20. 20. na Likewise, licenses with non-commercial or even share-alike provisions may limit interoperability of educational materials and make it difficult to share resources on- and offline. cbn Tantek Çelik http://flickr.com/photos/tantek/85610375/
  21. 21. Truly open licensing is essential • Maximizes the potential of educational materials • The ways in which materials are used determines their true impact
  22. 22. Open education supports skill development through active learner participation, promote skills such as critical and creative thinking, communication, and collaboration that will often determine success in life. bn=d Adrian Bailon http://flickr.com/photos/durian/268701719/
  23. 23. Except where otherwise noted, this slide deck is licensed http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 by

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