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Getting started with Open Education

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Getting started with Open Education by Mary Lou Forward at the #OCWCGlobal Conference in Ljubljana

Getting started with Open Education by Mary Lou Forward at the #OCWCGlobal Conference in Ljubljana

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  • Basis of education
    Tenant of scholarship
    Information is not a scarce resource
    Sharing allows collaboration, innovation, advancement
    Cost of not sharing – opportunity cost, etc – too high
  • Open license is key.
  • Free = no cost

    Open = no cost and openly licensed, at least including the right to modify
  • Free = no cost

    Open = no cost and openly licensed, at least including the right to modify
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    • 1. Welcome to Getting Started with Open Education Facilitators: Mary Lou Forward, OCW Consortium Gijs Houwen, Delft University of Technology Ignasi Labastida, University of Barcelona Igor Lesko, OCW Consortium Alek Tarkowsi, Creative Commons Poland Edmundo Tovar, Polytechnic University of Madrid Fred Truyen, KU Leuven Willem van Valkenburg, TU Delft Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0
    • 2. Workshop objectives: 1. Provide an overview of open education along with specific project examples 2. Provide information about copyright and open licensing, along with hands-on activities to demonstrate how they work 3. Help participants develop open education strategies, including: 1. Creating a community of support for open education at your institution; 2. Understanding important aspects of open policies; 3. Outlining an action plan appropriate to your situation
    • 3. What is Open Education?
    • 4. • Education builds the future. • Education is sharing. • Open allows more rapid building and sharing at a larger scale. Open Education starts with basic ideas:
    • 5. Open Education Terms Open Educational Resources OpenCourseWare Open Textbooks Open Data Open MOOCs Open Access Open Educational Practice = Free and Open
    • 6. OER are teaching, learning, and research materials that make use of appropriate tools, such as open licensing, to permit their free use and re-purposing by others. Open Educational Resources (OER)
    • 7. Free no cost Open No cost + permission to change By Adam Bartlett http://www.flickr.com/photos/atbartlett/2432704579/ By Sean MacEntee http://www.flickr.com/photos/smemon/4518528819/
    • 8. OpenCourseWare in the European HE context opencourseware.eu with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union

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