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OpenEd10: Concrete Pedagogical Benefits of Open Educational Resources OpenEd10: Concrete Pedagogical Benefits of Open Educational Resources Presentation Transcript

  • Iden%fying
Concrete
Pedagogical
Benefits of
Open
Educa%onal
Resources David
Wiley Instruc%onal
Psychology
&
Technology Brigham
Young
University
  • Slides
Availability hGp://slideshare.net/opencontent
  • OER...
So
What? What
is
the
value
proposi%on
for
OER?
  • Learning I Cost I ! ! ! !
  • Access I Cost I ! ! ! !
  • Some
Metrics
of
Interest standard
devia%ons
per
dollar or millions
of
people
per
dollar
  • GeOng
Some
Clarity
of
Thought When
we
confuse
OER
with
not‐OER, we
make
our
“sales
job”
very
difficult
  • A
Brief
Un‐Defini%on
of
OER “You
can
be
_______
and
(c)” Digital,
online,
interac%ve,
simula%on,
 video,
podcast,
forma%ve
assessment,
 prac%ce
with
feedback,
virtual
worlds,
 games,
collabora%ve,
project‐based,
 blog‐based,
wiki‐based,
etc.
  • Brief
Defini%on
of
OER Educa%onal
resources
with
 an
“open
license”
  • Free
+
4Rs
Permissions Reuse Revise Remix Redistribute
  • Remixable Revisable 4Rs Redistributable Reusable Reusable Accessible Accessible RAID RAID Interoperable Interoperable Durable Durable Open
Educa%onal Learning
Objects Resources
  • What
Does
the
“Plus”
Give
Us? In
terms
of
student
learning
(and
cost)?
  • Specific
Pedagogical
Possibili%es Teacher
or
learner
strategies
/
ac%vi%es
 not
available
without
OER?
  • At
a
Very
High
Level Affordability
means
access,
 and
people
with
access
will
likely
 outperform
people
who
don’t
  • Con%nuous
Quality
Improvement Analy%cs/reflec%ons
about
quality
aren’t
enough;
 you
must
have
openness
to
engage
in
CQI
  • More
Specific
Examples (1)
What
does
openness
enable? (2)
Why
do
we
believe
that
will
maGer? (3)
What
does
it
cost?
  • Learning
or
Access I Cost I ! ! ! !
  • Learning I Cost Empirical evidence is best, but tenable theory is better than nothing ! ! !
  • High
School
Open
Textbooks Lebow,
Lick,
&
Hartman
(2004) Wolfe
and
Neuwirth
(2001)
 Simpson
and
Nist
(1990) Annis
and
Davis
(1978)
  • Can
You
Think
of
Others? Talk
with
your
neighbor
for
a
few
minutes
  • Share
Some
Examples What
did
you
come
up
with?
  • Think
About
This
More! Please,
please,
please...
  • Thank
You david.wiley@byu.edu