#FDOL132
unit 6: open educational practice
Hello and welcome
to the #FDOL132
webinar

with Simon Thomson
21 November 2013,...
FDOL132
Learners
• Registered: 107
• FDOL132 community in G+ until now: 72
• Signed up for PBL groups: 31
• PBL groups: fr...
FDOL overview

Unit 1 (12 – 25 Sep): Orientation
Unit 2 (26 Sep – 2 Oct): Digital literacies
Unit 3 (3 – 16 Oct): Flexible...
SFHEA
Head of eLearning
Leeds Metropolitan University
Open Education
It’s rude not to share.

@digisim
A bit (more) about me…...
I am a “Flipped Academic”.
The Flipped Academic (Bruton 2012) is someone who:
1.Informs first an...
Before we start……...
● This is a practical session.

● You will be asked to contribute!
● I want to learn as much from you...
OER Global Logo by Jonathas Mello is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported 3.0 License

Part 1: OER - Fro...
What does “open” mean
for you?
Game Changer
Advantages of OER
●

OER provide freedom of access for both yourself and others.

●

Because you can freely adapt them, OE...
“R” is for resources…...
OER at Leeds Met
OER as an enhancer.
● Recognise our staff’s own
resources.
● Provide some institutional

resources.
● Enhance with OER
Where is your institution?
A Real Life Example
http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/40129

Part 2: OA - From resource to research.
The closed research model.
https://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/39707
The “open” research model.
https://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/39707
“A” is for access…...
OA at Leeds Met
http://www.oer-quality.org/

Part 3: OEP - From individuals to institutions.
http://www.oer-quality.org/publications/guide/roadmap/

The OEP Roadmap
http://cdn.efquel.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Policy_Support_OEP.pdf?a6409c
If OER is phase one…….
……….Phase 2 is characterized by the following aspects:
● OER is the means and not an end, in order ...
Does your institution have
an open education policy?
http://wiki.creativecommons.org/OER_Policy_Registry

Policy or not?
OEP at Leeds Met
OEP at Leeds Met
How open are you?
Any questions and/or
reflections?
FDOL132 team

Chrissi Nerantzi
Academic Developer
University of Salford,
UK

Lars Uhlin
Educational Developer
Karolinska I...
#FDOL132
last webinar
unit 5: sharing experiences
Thank you for
participating in
FDOL. See you
online again.

with Chrissi...
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FDOL132 unit 6: open educational practice with Simon Thomson

  1. 1. #FDOL132 unit 6: open educational practice Hello and welcome to the #FDOL132 webinar with Simon Thomson 21 November 2013, 9.30-10.30am (UK time) Please go to: Meeting > Audio setup wizard to check your audio “I must say, the FDOL course I’m taking now really gives most of the control to the learners, and I’ve appreciated that quite a lot (although it is quite challenging).” FDOL132 participant Flexible, Distance and Online Learning an open course using COOL FISh http://fdol.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @openfdol #fdol132
  2. 2. FDOL132 Learners • Registered: 107 • FDOL132 community in G+ until now: 72 • Signed up for PBL groups: 31 • PBL groups: from 4 to 3 (group 2: 6, / group 3: 5 / group 4: 6) • PBL facilitators: 4 Countries • UK - 66 • Sweden – 17 • Canada – 4 • Ireland – 2 • also participants from: Hongkong, Argentina, Greenland, Switzerland, New Zeeland, Slovenia, Belgium, New Zealand, Norway status: 21 November 2013
  3. 3. FDOL overview Unit 1 (12 – 25 Sep): Orientation Unit 2 (26 Sep – 2 Oct): Digital literacies Unit 3 (3 – 16 Oct): Flexible learning and teaching in the digital age Unit 4 (17 – 30 Oct): Collaborative learning and communities Unit 5 (31 Oct – 13 Nov): Supporting learners Unit 6 (14 – 27 Nov): Open educational practices Unit 7 (28 Nov – 5 Dec): Sharing
  4. 4. SFHEA Head of eLearning Leeds Metropolitan University
  5. 5. Open Education It’s rude not to share. @digisim
  6. 6. A bit (more) about me…... I am a “Flipped Academic”. The Flipped Academic (Bruton 2012) is someone who: 1.Informs first and publishes later 2.Works within the research-teaching-service paradigm but adopts criteria to maximize impact 3.Seeks “the truth” and “usefulness” together 4.Views funding received as an input, not an output
  7. 7. Before we start……... ● This is a practical session. ● You will be asked to contribute! ● I want to learn as much from you as you from me. ● I will be sharing an open resource with you. ● I would like you to share one with me. ● STOP me at anytime. ● None of this is really my work!
  8. 8. OER Global Logo by Jonathas Mello is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported 3.0 License Part 1: OER - From closed to open.
  9. 9. What does “open” mean for you?
  10. 10. Game Changer
  11. 11. Advantages of OER ● OER provide freedom of access for both yourself and others. ● Because you can freely adapt them, OER encourage pedagogical innovation. ● Because OER are available free of charge, using them can lower costs to students and organizations. ● You and your organization may benefit from potential publicity. ● When you share OER, you are contributing to the global education community. ● When you share OER, you open a new method of collaborating with your students and colleagues. ● Your OER may be helpful to future educators.
  12. 12. “R” is for resources…...
  13. 13. OER at Leeds Met
  14. 14. OER as an enhancer. ● Recognise our staff’s own resources. ● Provide some institutional resources. ● Enhance with OER
  15. 15. Where is your institution?
  16. 16. A Real Life Example
  17. 17. http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/40129 Part 2: OA - From resource to research.
  18. 18. The closed research model. https://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/39707
  19. 19. The “open” research model. https://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/39707
  20. 20. “A” is for access…...
  21. 21. OA at Leeds Met
  22. 22. http://www.oer-quality.org/ Part 3: OEP - From individuals to institutions.
  23. 23. http://www.oer-quality.org/publications/guide/roadmap/ The OEP Roadmap
  24. 24. http://cdn.efquel.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Policy_Support_OEP.pdf?a6409c
  25. 25. If OER is phase one……. ……….Phase 2 is characterized by the following aspects: ● OER is the means and not an end, in order to transform educational practices in schools and HEIs ● Goes beyond access into open learning architectures ● The focus is on combining formal and informal learning, learning is predominantly seen as construction + sharing ● OEP allows for quality improvement in education through external validation, as all resources and also practices are shared and possibility for feedback is opened. ● Focus is on a change of educational cultures more than on mere resource availability ● OER as value proposition for institutions
  26. 26. Does your institution have an open education policy?
  27. 27. http://wiki.creativecommons.org/OER_Policy_Registry Policy or not?
  28. 28. OEP at Leeds Met
  29. 29. OEP at Leeds Met
  30. 30. How open are you?
  31. 31. Any questions and/or reflections?
  32. 32. FDOL132 team Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer University of Salford, UK Lars Uhlin Educational Developer Karolinska Institutet, Sweden Maria Kvarnström Educational Developer Karolinska Institutet, Sweden Neil Whitnell Senior Lecturer in Nursing, University of Salford FDOL organiser PBL facilitator FDOL organiser PBL facilitator FDOL organiser PBL facilitator PBL facilitator
  33. 33. #FDOL132 last webinar unit 5: sharing experiences Thank you for participating in FDOL. See you online again. with Chrissi, Lars, Maria and Neil 5 December, 6.30-8pm (UK time) Flexible, Distance and Online Learning an open course using COOL FISh http://fdol.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @openfdol #fdol132

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