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  • 1. OER OCW OS Jim Reineke Ken Graetz Winona State University
  • 2. OER OCW Are OS They Good for Us? Jim Reineke Ken Graetz Winona State University
  • 3. OER OCW OS
  • 4. OER OCW OWL OS OER are digitized materials offered freely and openly for educators, students and self-learners to use and re- use for teaching, learning and research
  • 5. OER OCW MIT mission statement OS Advance knowledge and educate students in science, best serve the world technology, and other areas of scholarship to best serve the world.
  • 6. OER OCW JHSPH mission statement OS As challenges to the world's health escalate daily, the School feels a moral imperative to provide equal and open access to information and knowledge about the obstacles to the public's health and their potential solutions.
  • 7. OER OCW Tufts mission statement OS A great university constantly expands its reach, working across traditional boundaries to grasp and meet the global community's most critical needs. This begins with sharing knowledge among colleagues, between departments, among schools and finally across countries and continents.
  • 8. OER OCW OS Open =
  • 9. OER OCW OS Open =
  • 10. OER OCW OS Open = Free
  • 11. OER OCW OS Open = Modifiable
  • 12. OER OCW OS
  • 13. OER OCW OS
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  • 19. OER OCW OS
  • 20. OER What does it look like? OCW OS
  • 21. OER What does it look like? OCW OS
  • 22. OER What does it look like? OCW OS • Richley Crapo, Utah State University ANTH1010 - Cultural Anthropology
  • 23. OER What does it look like? OCW OS • Richley Crapo, Utah State University ANTH1010 - Cultural Anthropology • Shelly Kagan, Yale University Philosophy of Death
  • 24. OER What does it look like? OCW OS • Richley Crapo, Utah State University ANTH1010 - Cultural Anthropology • Shelly Kagan, Yale University Philosophy of Death
  • 25. OER What does it look like? OCW OS • Richley Crapo, Utah State University ANTH1010 - Cultural Anthropology • Shelly Kagan, Yale University Philosophy of Death • Walter Lewin, MIT Physics I: Classical Mechanics--Lecture 17 Impulse and Rockets
  • 26. OER What does it look like? OCW OS • Richley Crapo, Utah State University ANTH1010 - Cultural Anthropology • Shelly Kagan, Yale University Philosophy of Death • Walter Lewin, MIT Physics I: Classical Mechanics--Lecture 17 Impulse and Rockets
  • 27. OER What does it look like? OCW OS • Richley Crapo, Utah State University ANTH1010 - Cultural Anthropology • Shelly Kagan, Yale University Philosophy of Death • Walter Lewin, MIT Physics I: Classical Mechanics--Lecture 17 Impulse and Rockets
  • 28. OER OCW OS
  • 29. OER OCW Who uses OCW? OS 3% 16% 32% 49% Educators Self-learners Students Other
  • 30. OER OCW OS Where are they from?
  • 31. OER OCW What do they do? OS Use Scenario % of use Enhance personal knowledge 25.0% Develop a course 22.8% Educators Prepare for a specific course 17.8% Enhance research 13.8% Other 20.6% Complement a course they are currently 43.7% taking Enhance personal knowledge 32.1% Students Plan a course of study 12.4% Other 11.9% Enhance personal knowledge 58.1% Self- Keep current with developments 17.9% learners Plan a future course of study 10.8% Other 13.2%
  • 32. OER Giving away an OCW Education OS
  • 33. OER Giving away an OCW Education OS
  • 34. OER Giving away an OCW Education OS • Only if you define education only as content
  • 35. OER Giving away an OCW Education OS • Only if you define education only as content • No interaction with instructors • No evaluation of students’ work or correction of errors • No credentials are earned
  • 36. OER Giving away an OCW Education OS • Only if you define education only as content • No interaction with instructors • No evaluation of students’ work or correction of errors • No credentials are earned • NOT distance education
  • 37. OER Giving away an OCW Education OS • Only if you define education only as content • No interaction with instructors • No evaluation of students’ work or correction of errors • No credentials are earned • NOT distance education • NOT correspondence courses
  • 38. OER Intellectual Property OCW OS
  • 39. OER Intellectual Property OCW OS
  • 40. OER Intellectual Property OCW OS • Traditional Copyright • Doesn’t allow for “open” materials in either sense of the word • Protects publishers, not creators
  • 41. OER Intellectual Property OCW OS • Traditional Copyright • Doesn’t allow for “open” materials in either sense of the word • Protects publishers, not creators • Creative Commons License • Assign rights • Non-commercial, Share alike, Derivative products
  • 42. OER Intellectual Property OCW OS • Traditional Copyright • Doesn’t allow for “open” materials in either sense of the word • Protects publishers, not creators • Creative Commons License • Assign rights • Non-commercial, Share alike, Derivative products • Track “hits” and use by others which can support professional decisions
  • 43. OER OCW at Winona State OCW OS • WSU educommons site • WSU iTunesU site • OCWC Toolkit Project
  • 44. OER OCW at Winona State OCW OS • WSU educommons site • WSU iTunesU site • OCWC Toolkit Project
  • 45. Next steps at WSU • Begin “mocking up” courses • Keep content “light weight” • Create structure for creating and posting content • Quality assurance • Typos, html errors, etc. • Copyright compliance • Create system to collect user data • Explore translation programs
  • 46. OER OCW OS
  • 47. OER OCW Are OS They Good for Us?
  • 48. Contact Information • Jim Reineke Gildemeister 201b 507-457-5352 jreineke@winona.edu • Ken Graetz ELearning Center 507-457-2339 Kgraetz@winona.edu