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Learning from OpenLearn

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By: Patrick McAndrew
Presented: CETIS/OU OER Workshop 27th February 2009
More: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/node/959

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    • 1. Learning from OpenLearn Patrick McAndrew Institute of Educational Technology
    • 2. Designs
    • 3. Findin http://cloudworks.open.ac.uk/node/980
    • 4. Stages
    • 5. “ … we chose the Creative Commons licence as the licensing mechanism that best allows us to deliver the outcomes of the OpenLearn project.” Richard McCracken
    • 6. Licencing
      • Being open has not caused us any problems - but
      • Commercial organisations may add conditions
      • Clean licencing is difficult
      • Mixed licencing is uncertain
      • Need to accept some uncertainty
      + = ?
    • 7. Institutional impact
      • 3m new “users”
      • 232 countries
      • 7700 “sign ups”
      • 10 funded projects
      • 30 collaborations
      • Developed technology
      • Established methods
      • Changed image
      • Won awards
      • New plans
    • 8. Approach
      • For learners and for educators
      • For the institution and for the world
      • Action research
    • 9. Finding out
    • 10. LearningSpace LabSpace V
    • 11. Integration to Disaggregation Supported Open Learning Users Content Support Assessment Awards
    • 12. Content
    • 13. Content v social
    • 14. User augmented content
    • 15. Can we trust our users?
    • 16. Labspace only
      • Collaboration space
      • Export formats
      • Exporting to Moodle
      • Duplicating courses
      • RSS feeds to other environments
      • XML upload and download
    • 17.  
    • 18. Collaborations
    • 19. POCKET
    • 20. Time http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/60496147/
      • Grow awareness
      • Carry out good intentions
      • Establish practice
      • Get feedback
      • Understand options
    • 21. OLnet: Open Learning network Network Research Fellowships
      • $3m 3year initiative
      • From producing open resources to use of open resources
      • Build capacity
      • Find evidence
      • Refine the issues
    • 22. Dr Patrick McAndrew Open Content Initiative The Open University Walton Hall Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
      • www.open.ac.uk/openlearn

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