Evaluating OERJessie Chuangwww.Classroom-aid.comLicense : CC BY-SAGraphic credit : Barbara Dieu
Rubric for OERAchieve and the Institute for the Study of KnowledgeManagement in Education (ISKME) released a new tool foru...
Rubric I .Degree of Alignment to Standards
Rubric II. Quality of Explanation ofthe Subject Matter
Rubric III. Utility of MaterialsDesigned to Support Teaching
Rubric IV.Quality of Assessment
Rubric V. Quality of TechnologicalInteractivity
Rubric VI. Quality of InstructionalTasks and Practice Exercises
Rubric VII. Opportunities forDeeper Learning
Rubric VIII. Assurance ofAccessibilityThis rubric is used to assure materials are accessible to allstudents, including stu...
Quality General Guideline● Are understandable and can be successfully used byothers● Support sound pedagogical practice● A...
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Peer review is a powerful means of quality assurance. How to evaluate Open Education Resources and rubrics are listed, for more details please read on : Evaluating #OER and Quality Control for #OER as Textbooks (http://classroom-aid.com/2013/05/10/evaluating-oer-and-quality-control-for-oer-as-textbooks/)

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Evaluating OER

  1. 1. Evaluating OERJessie Chuangwww.Classroom-aid.comLicense : CC BY-SAGraphic credit : Barbara Dieu
  2. 2. Rubric for OERAchieve and the Institute for the Study of KnowledgeManagement in Education (ISKME) released a new tool forusers to rate the quality of open education resources(OER). The tool will allow educators to rate the quality ofthese resources, enable educators to align content to theCommon Core Standards directly within OER Commons.Achieve created a series of evaluation rubrics. Theserubrics are available online at www.achieve.org/oer-rubrics,or you can Download the Rubrics.OER Commons is now hosting the tool and its resultingevaluation data on (www.oercommons.org).
  3. 3. Rubric I .Degree of Alignment to Standards
  4. 4. Rubric II. Quality of Explanation ofthe Subject Matter
  5. 5. Rubric III. Utility of MaterialsDesigned to Support Teaching
  6. 6. Rubric IV.Quality of Assessment
  7. 7. Rubric V. Quality of TechnologicalInteractivity
  8. 8. Rubric VI. Quality of InstructionalTasks and Practice Exercises
  9. 9. Rubric VII. Opportunities forDeeper Learning
  10. 10. Rubric VIII. Assurance ofAccessibilityThis rubric is used to assure materials are accessible to allstudents, including students identified as blind, visuallyimpaired or print disabled, and those students who mayqualify under the Chafee Amendment to the U.S. 1931 Actto Provide Books to the Adult Blind as Amended.It was developed to assess compliance with U.S. standardsand requirements, but could be adapted to accommodatedifferences in other sets of requirements internationally.
  11. 11. Quality General Guideline● Are understandable and can be successfully used byothers● Support sound pedagogical practice● Advance professional learning and sharing● Contain accurate and relevant content knowledge● Are developmentally and culturally appropriate(refer to OER Commons)
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