Open Textbooks : Creation and Remixing                     Made Easy                                                      ...
My backgroundKathi FletcherFellowship:  An OER Roadmap for an    Ecosystem of OER  Tools for OER         • concentrating o...
Remixable Open                                               Education RepositoriesPhotograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http:...
What makes a repository      remixable?Modular : Reusable componentsPluggable : Editable formatShareable : CC licensePerma...
Web/Online                                                                 Accessibility ToolsEPUB/E-Book                 ...
Edit /                                                                                                  Transform         ...
Pluggability is hard to support, thoughAuthoring remixable OER is too hard right nowMake it easier•1) Grow the developer c...
OER Pluggability (Components)Description * Dublin Core, Learning Objects Metadata * LRMI, Schema.org * Paradata (descripti...
Closing the Loop: Make publishing easy                                                                                    ...
Closing the Loop: OERPub / SWORD V2                                                                                       ...
Transform open teaching materials       to remixable format         +                =>
OERPUB Importer Client    Convert and Publish
Wherever the learning is – start there.            Word → Remix
Wherever the learning is – start there.                Word → Remix
Wikipedia → Remix
Wikipedia → Remix
Google Docs → Remix
Google Docs → Remix
Web → Remix
Web → Remix
Add Metadata
Publish
Deliver Everywhere6/17/11
Next Steps – Building an OER editorEngage developer communityTarget HTML5 + Educational SemanticsUse just-in-time author t...
Design to be easy to useand still create remixable OER
Drag to add an exercise
Drag to add an exercise
View is clean
Options show up in context
Advanced options available under gear
Navigate by element
Math Editing (basic but useful)
Rewards for content structure
Participating Projects So Far
Find out more / Get involvedEmail me:kathi.fletcher@shuttleworthfoundation.orgBlog: kefletcher.blogspot.com
Image AttributionsGold medal - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Ksiom, CC-BY-SACoffee Table Book – By User:Mattis (O...
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This presentation highlights interoperability and tools for creating and remixing open textbooks. The talk discusses ways to make publishing OER easier by implementing common methods for publishing, and then gives an early look at a new authoring tool for OER.

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  1. 1. Open Textbooks : Creation and Remixing Made Easy 09-2012 Kathi FletcherPhotograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under th Creative Commons Attribution License.
  2. 2. My backgroundKathi FletcherFellowship: An OER Roadmap for an Ecosystem of OER Tools for OER • concentrating on authoring and publishing
  3. 3. Remixable Open Education RepositoriesPhotograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under th Creative Commons Attribution License.
  4. 4. What makes a repository remixable?Modular : Reusable componentsPluggable : Editable formatShareable : CC licensePermanent : You can count on it
  5. 5. Web/Online Accessibility ToolsEPUB/E-Book PDF/Print Repositories Remixability: Learn anywhereLibrary photograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
  6. 6. Edit / Transform Translate. OER APIs Greater Shareability Repositories Learning & Publish, Compile, Accredit Practicing ToolsPhotograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
  7. 7. Pluggability is hard to support, thoughAuthoring remixable OER is too hard right nowMake it easier•1) Grow the developer community solving the problemby providing API•2) Create an importer/editor that is as easy as Word.
  8. 8. OER Pluggability (Components)Description * Dublin Core, Learning Objects Metadata * LRMI, Schema.org * Paradata (description through deduction)Discovery Methods * OAI-PMH : Getting metadata about and locations of resources in repositories * Embedding in web pages (rdfa, microdata)Remixable Formats * CNXML, OUXML * Docbook, DITA, eLML, wikipedia rst * HTML5 + microdata, EPUB3 + epub:type
  9. 9. Closing the Loop: Make publishing easy Edit and translate and then publish to repositories. Create tests With simple publishing, new Ecosystem and use OER from big initiatives can tools convert questions from be shared and remixed. and transform. open banks.Photograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under th Creative Commons Attribution License.
  10. 10. Closing the Loop: OERPub / SWORD V2 OERPub / SWORD OERPub OERPub OERPubPhotograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under th Creative Commons Attribution License.
  11. 11. Transform open teaching materials to remixable format + =>
  12. 12. OERPUB Importer Client Convert and Publish
  13. 13. Wherever the learning is – start there. Word → Remix
  14. 14. Wherever the learning is – start there. Word → Remix
  15. 15. Wikipedia → Remix
  16. 16. Wikipedia → Remix
  17. 17. Google Docs → Remix
  18. 18. Google Docs → Remix
  19. 19. Web → Remix
  20. 20. Web → Remix
  21. 21. Add Metadata
  22. 22. Publish
  23. 23. Deliver Everywhere6/17/11
  24. 24. Next Steps – Building an OER editorEngage developer communityTarget HTML5 + Educational SemanticsUse just-in-time author training and smart context
  25. 25. Design to be easy to useand still create remixable OER
  26. 26. Drag to add an exercise
  27. 27. Drag to add an exercise
  28. 28. View is clean
  29. 29. Options show up in context
  30. 30. Advanced options available under gear
  31. 31. Navigate by element
  32. 32. Math Editing (basic but useful)
  33. 33. Rewards for content structure
  34. 34. Participating Projects So Far
  35. 35. Find out more / Get involvedEmail me:kathi.fletcher@shuttleworthfoundation.orgBlog: kefletcher.blogspot.com
  36. 36. Image AttributionsGold medal - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Ksiom, CC-BY-SACoffee Table Book – By User:Mattis (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsPackage - By GNOME icon artists (GNOME SVN / GNOME FTP) [GPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)], via Wikimedia CommonsTranslation - By Jesse Burgheimer [GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA- 3.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/), GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], via Wikimedia CommonsMouth - By Felsir at en.wikipedia [CC-BY-SA-2.5-2.0-1.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5-2.0-1.0) or GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], from Wikimedia CommonsMagnifying glass – By David Vignoni [LGPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html)], via Wikimedia CommonsSchool room – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:MrHarman – CC-BY-SAIntelligent tutor – By Richard Wilson (died 1782) [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsEditing pencil - By Everaldo Coelho (YellowIcon) [LGPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html)], via Wikimedia CommonsBlackberry phone : By Ricmoo at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia
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