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Open Ed Workshop (full day)

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These slides are for a 6-hour workshop on the basics of Ope Ed. See www.k12opened.com/worhshop for additional materials.

These slides are for a 6-hour workshop on the basics of Ope Ed. See www.k12opened.com/worhshop for additional materials.

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    • 1. Free Content + Open Tools + Mass Collaboration = Learning for All
    • 2. Agenda
      • Introduction
      • Free tools and content
      • Wiki editing
        • Wikipedia
        • Wikibooks
        • Open dictionary
        • Curriki, FreeReading, and more
      • Licensing your own work
    • 3. Did you know...
      • Wikimedia Commons has 2,822,614 free, shareable media files.
      • Flickr has over 69 million free, shareable photos.
      • MIT has 1,800 of its courses free and online.
      • The Florida Dept. of Ed. recently adopted a free literacy program.
      • Gutenberg Press has 25,000 free open books online (including audio books).
    • 4. The OER Movement
      • Open Educational Resources are:
        • Digital
        • Free and open (free ≠ open)‏
        • Shareable and optimally customizable
        • Tools, content, and implementation strategies
        • For teachers, students, and lifelong learners
    • 5. Kids and Copyright
      • Copyright issues are relevant and engaging to kids
        • They are consumers and creators.
        • They want to be “legal.”
        • They don't know much about open content, but are eager to learn and to share their own work under alternative licenses like Creative Commons.
    • 6. A word about filtering and inappropriate content....
    • 7. Legal Basics
    • 8.
      • Recommendation for education: CC BY or CC BY SA
      • Attribution (BY)‏
      • No derivative (ND)‏
      • Non-commercial (NC)‏
      • Copyleft/Share Alike (SA)‏
    • 9. Exploring Licenses
      • Go to Wikipedia
      • Find any photo
      • Identify the license and source
      • What are the requirements for using the photo you found?
    • 10. Tools
    • 11. Tools
    • 12.
      • CamStudio - screen casting
      • FreeMind, Cmap - graphic organizers
      • More
        • SourceForge
        • SchoolForge
      More Open Tools
    • 13. Exploring Tools
      • Think of a piece of software that you'd like to have on your teachers' or students' computers but can't afford
      • Look in www.sourceforge.net or www.schoolforge.net to see what is available
    • 14. Content
    • 15. Content – Photos and Clip Art
      • Photos
        • Wikimedia Commons
        • The Open Photo Project
        • morgueFile
        • Flickr (Creative Commons subset)‏
      • Clip art
        • Open Clip Art Library
        • WP Clip Art
      • For full list, see www.k12opened.com/content
    • 16. Photos and Art
      • Choose a topic.
      • Find 2-3 photos or illustrations that could be used for a report on your topic.
      • Copy and paste art into a word processing document (Word or Open Office).
      • Write a credit with each piece citing the source and the web site.
    • 17. Content – Multimedia
      • Video
        • Wikimedia Commons video
        • Tree of Life
        • NextVista
      • Music and sound
        • ccMixter
        • MusOpen
        • Wikimedia Commons music
        • Spoken Wikipedia
        • Gutenberg audio books
      • For full list, see www.k12opened.com/content
    • 18. File Conversion
      • Sometimes files you download may not be in a format compatible with your tools
      • Online conversion tools
        • www.youconvertit.com
        • www.zamzar.com
    • 19. File Formats
    • 20. Video and Music
      • Choose a topic.
      • Find 1-3 video clips or pieces of music that could be used for a multimedia presentation on your topic.
      • Convert if necessary, and insert them into a presentation (PowerPoint or Open Office-Impress).
      • Write a credit for each piece citing the source and the web site.
    • 21. Content – Educational Resources
      • Wikibooks
      • Curriki
      • WikiEducator
      • OER Commons
      • FreeReading
      • Gutenberg Press
      • SlideShare
      • MIT Open CourseWare
    • 22. Instruc. Resources
      • Choose a topic.
      • Find 1 or 2 instructional resources on your topic that could be used with students.
      • Evaluate the resource. How would you use it? How would you change it?
    • 23. Wiki Editing and Helping to Build OER
    • 24. Beginning Wiki Editing
      • Go to K12OpenEd.com/wiki
      • Create an account for yourself
      • Create your user page
        • Tell about yourself
        • Add a link (your school, your web page)‏
        • Practice editing
    • 25. Editing Wikipedia
      • Go to www.wikipedia.org
      • Find an article about something you know about (your hometown, your school, a hobby, etc.)‏
      • Edit the article and make it better!
    • 26. Kids Dictionary #1
      • Go to dictionary.k12opened.com
      • Create an account
      • Find a word and write a definition
      • Try the “instant karma” link
      • Look at “recent changes” and improve someone else's work
    • 27. Kids Dictionary #2
      • This dictionary was started with a word list from the 1913 Webster's dictionary
      • Get in small groups; brainstorm and search for words that may be missing
          • Technology
          • new inventions
          • “ pop” culture words
    • 28. More!
      • Edit and explore
        • Wikibooks
        • Curriki
        • FreeReading
        • Wikispaces
        • SlideShare
    • 29. Sharing Your Work
      • Put CC license on web site or work
        • creativecommons.org/license
      • Use CC options on sites like Flickr, SlideShare, Blip.tv, etc.
    • 30. Q&A
      • Questions?
      • Comments?
      • Suggestions?
      • Thanks for coming!
      • Karen Fasimpaur
      • [email_address]
      • www.k12opened.com