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Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
Open Education at UHEA
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Open Education at UHEA

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This presentation introduced Utah Home Educators Association (UHEA) conference attendees to the open education movement, and free resources available for homeschoolers to use.

This presentation introduced Utah Home Educators Association (UHEA) conference attendees to the open education movement, and free resources available for homeschoolers to use.

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    • 1. Finding Free and Open High School & Univ. Curriculum David Wiley, PhD Instructional Psychology & Technology Brigham Young University
    • 2. Tremendous Need education can end cycles of poverty
    • 3. Affordable educational resources need to be free
    • 4. Flexible so people can adapt resources to meet their needs
    • 5. (c) Copyright, 2009 costs and adaptability are regulated via copyright
    • 6. Berne Convention automatically copyrights everything to the fullest extent
    • 7. Sharing Is “Difficult” granting rights for crayon drawings, etc.
    • 8. CC License Options
    • 9. Affordable and Flexible creative commons gives us a mechanism
    • 10. “Open Educational Resources” creative commons licensed educational materials
    • 11. Coming to High School... tons of incredible high school level resources
    • 12. Licensed under Creative Commons By-SA
    • 13. Charter, Online School commied to using only OER
    • 14. Aggregating and Polishing making the best OERs into coherent courses
    • 15. Our Curriculum Is Free we want you to use it!
    • 16. hp://openhighschool.org/uhea links to all the websites in this presentation
    • 17. Thank You! Questions? Comments? david.wiley@byu.edu

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