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OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform
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OCWC Global 2014 - A Framework for Publicly Sharing Dynamic Metrics on OER Platform

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Presentation given by Jackie Cohen on April 24, 2014 at the Open CourseWare Consortium Global Conference in Slovenia. …

Presentation given by Jackie Cohen on April 24, 2014 at the Open CourseWare Consortium Global Conference in Slovenia.

Abstract - http://conference.ocwconsortium.org/2014/ai1ec_event/a-framework-to-integrate-public-dynamic-metrics-into-an-oer-platform-jaclyn-cohen-and-kathleen-omollo/?instance_id=542

Paper - http://openpraxis.org/index.php/OpenPraxis/article/view/118 or http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/106587

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  • 1. A Framework to Integrate Public, Dynamic Metrics into an OER Platform Jaclyn Zetta Cohen, Kathleen Ludewig Omollo, Dave Malicke {jczetta, kludewig, dmalicke}@umich.edu Open.Michigan Initiative, University of Michigan Download slides: http://openmi.ch/ocwc-2014-metrics OCWC Global, April 2014 All content in this presentation unless otherwise noted is © 2014 Regents of the University of Michigan and licensed under a CC-BY license. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
  • 2. the dynamic metrics and analytics project ...was initiated with a goal of publicly sharing Open.Michigan usage data, identifying interesting patterns in OER use, updating displays of that data dynamically.
  • 3. defining terms metrics are raw data analytics are meaningful patterns metrics come first
  • 4. a repository and referratory we host and help publish OER (http://open.umich.edu) we provide links to third-party platforms and services which host relevant OER
  • 5. three guides ● goals of sharing: how can we open data easily? ● user research: what do users want? ● technical design: what can/should we do with what we have?
  • 6. interesting corollary questions ● how to share usage data? what context is needed? ● what does “use” mean for us? ● how can we share metrics in a sustainable and useful way?
  • 7. how do we organize OER? Hierarchical system, Drupal-based (https://open.umich. edu/wiki/OERbit) Image source: Open.Michigan Initiative, CC-BY
  • 8. how do we organize OER? A hierarchy of units, courses, resources... Image source: Open.Michigan Initiative medical collection, open.umich.edu/education/med, CC-BY http://creativecommons.org/licenses/cc-by/4.0
  • 9. cont. Image source: Open.Michigan M2 Cardiovascular, http://open.umich.edu/education/med/m2/cardio, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
  • 10. how do we measure content use? Google Analytics, third-party-platform analytics interfaces, access to APIs... Image source: Google Analytics, charts
  • 11. together: technical architecture … informs information architecture. (e.g. Our hierarchical site structure allowed us to easily answer some individual questions with the first phrase release of this project.)
  • 12. project: first phase Image source: Open.Michigan M2 Cardiovascular, http://open.umich.edu/education/med/m2/cardio, http://creativecommons. org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
  • 13. user research → ● changes in action/use over time ● visual clarity ● ease of access ● availability of totals (lifetime numbers) ● evidence of reach ● evidence of use
  • 14. project: second phase Currently in development, a dashboard to share raw metrics for individual courses. Image source: Open.Michigan dashboard, in progress. © Regents of the University of Michigan, CC-BY 4.0.
  • 15. overall our user research suggests there is qualitatively measurable value in providing individual metrics in clear ways
  • 16. more conclusions ● tech architecture informs information architecture ● metrics can be used to justify costs of OER production, and serve to strengthen relationships ● user research may lead to ‘better’ analytics ● more to come!
  • 17. so not only is data exciting ...it also helps support wider sharing of OER.
  • 18. future project endeavors ● more data sharing: SlideShare, Amara.org ● continual development of visuals ● movement toward increased analytics ● increased data export options
  • 19. comments? questions? email: jczetta@umich.edu twitter: @jczetta, @open_michigan learn more: http://openmi.ch/dyn-metrics read the paper: http://openpraxis. org/index.php/OpenPraxis/article/view/118
  • 20. thanks! to all who provided assistance with and support for this project, especially: Kevin Coffman, Pieter Kleymeer, Susan Topol, Trisha Paul, Bob Riddle, Stephanie Dascola, Margaret Ann Murphy, Emily Puckett Rodgers, Pierre Clement, Michael Hess, Karen Kost; all interviewees and Open.Michigan Initiative collaborators

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