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OER: The Briefest Possible Introduction

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A brief overview of open educational resources.

A brief overview of open educational resources.

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  • Massive hyperlinking; 300,000 person communities of interest; etc.
  • Massive hyperlinking; 300,000 person communities of interest; etc.
  • Massive hyperlinking; 300,000 person communities of interest; etc.
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    • 1. Open Educational Resources
      • David Wiley, PhD
      • Department of Instructional Psychology & Technology
      • Brigham Young University
      The Briefest Possible Introduction
    • 2.
      • From slow, expensive copies
      • to fast, inexpensive copies
      The Gutenberg Difference
    • 3.  
    • 4.
      • From fast, inexpensive copies
      • to instantaneous, free copies
      The Internet Difference
    • 5.  
    • 6.
      • education blesses people’s lives,
      • and
      • we can make instant, free copies of materials,
      • then
      • what kind of ethical obligation do we have?
      If...
    • 7.
      • Just because you can copy
      • doesn’t mean you’re allowed to
      Small (c) Problems
    • 8.
      • Hacking (c) to leverage the nonrivalrous nature of digital educational materials
      Open Educational Resources
    • 9.
      • Providing users a collection of rights called “the four R’s” - for free
      Open, adj .
    • 10.
      • Reuse - verbatim copies
      • Redistribute - share copies
      • Revise - make adaptations
      • Remix - combinations / mashups
      The 4Rs
    • 11. Communicate 4R Permissions
      • Since this overrides default copyright, only a copyright license can grant
    • 12. Offers easy to use 4Rs licenses
    • 13.  
    • 14.
      • Check the “Copyright Statement” or “Terms of Use”! Without a CC license you will (likely) not have 4R permissions.
      Free = Open
    • 15. 2009 2007 2008 2006 2005 2004 2003 CC Licensed Items Online (Millions) 50 100 150 200 250
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    • 31. Declining Budgets and No Bail Out
      • More and more institutions are sharing and reusing OERs
    • 32. More Discussion
      • [email_address]
      • 801-422-7071
      • http://davidwiley.org/

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