A brief introduction to:

Open Education

Peter Reed!
Lecturer (Learning Technology)
Institute of Learning & Teaching!
Fac...
“Open Educational Resources are digitised
materials offered freely and openly for educators,
students and self-learners to...
“Open Educational Resources are digitised
materials offered freely and openly for educators,
students and self-learners to...
Open Text Books

California!
Washington!
Amazon rentals!
Microsoft & Barnes & Noble
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Did you have clearance?

How many people have
reused existing content?
How many people have heard of Creative Commons?
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How many people have
shared their content?!

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How?

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Did you license it?
3 Case Studies!
4 Years!
Lots of small scale, !
informal sharing!
Little awareness & !
participation formally
LOCAL INITIATIVES
Questions?
Credits
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Welcome slide: Open image CC BY-SA Opensourceway;!

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Title slide: welcome image CC BY-SA opensourceway;!

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ADDITIONAL DISCUSSION
POINTS
Additional Credits

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Slide 22: Gratis Libre CC BY-SA Opensourceway!

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Slide 23: Mother image CC BY-SA Opensourceway!
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
Intro to open educational resources
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Introduction to Open Education (& OER), including Creative Commons.
This presentation was made at a Learning & Teaching Forum focussing on MOOCs at the University of Liverpool

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Intro to open educational resources

  1. 1. A brief introduction to: Open Education Peter Reed! Lecturer (Learning Technology) Institute of Learning & Teaching! Faculty of Health & Life Sciences
  2. 2. “Open Educational Resources are digitised materials offered freely and openly for educators, students and self-learners to use and re-use for teaching, learning and research” – Hylèn, 2006
  3. 3. “Open Educational Resources are digitised materials offered freely and openly for educators, students and self-learners to use and re-use for teaching, learning and research” –Hylèn, 2006
  4. 4. Open Text Books California! Washington! Amazon rentals! Microsoft & Barnes & Noble
  5. 5. ❖ ❖ Did you have clearance? How many people have reused existing content?
  6. 6. How many people have heard of Creative Commons?
  7. 7. ❖ How many people have shared their content?! ❖ How? ❖ Did you license it?
  8. 8. 3 Case Studies! 4 Years! Lots of small scale, ! informal sharing! Little awareness & ! participation formally
  9. 9. LOCAL INITIATIVES
  10. 10. Questions?
  11. 11. Credits ❖ Welcome slide: Open image CC BY-SA Opensourceway;! ❖ Title slide: welcome image CC BY-SA opensourceway;! ❖ Slide 5: Tuition image CC BY-SA Opensourceway! ❖ Slide 6: Flags image CC BY-SA Opensourceway;! ❖ Slide 7: Textbook Image CC BY-SA Opensourceway;! ❖ Slide 9: [L] CC BY-SA Opensourceway; [R] CC BY-SA Opensourceway! ❖ Slide 10: CC image CC BY ND Skley;! ❖ Slide 11: Open Source & Education CC BY-SA Opensourceworld;! ❖ Slide 12: CC terms CC BY-SA Opensourceway;! ❖ Slide 13: [L] CC BY-SA Kaleanderson; [R] CC BY-NC-SA A. Diez Herrero;! ❖ Slide 15: We love CC image CC BY Steren.giannini! ❖ Slide 16: Share image CC BY-NC-ND Pennstatenews; CC image BY Karindalziel! ❖ Slide 17: Case Study CC BY-NC-ND Binuri Ranasinghe! ❖ Slide 20: OER CC BY-SA Edtechie99
  12. 12. ADDITIONAL DISCUSSION POINTS
  13. 13. Additional Credits ❖ Slide 22: Gratis Libre CC BY-SA Opensourceway! ❖ Slide 23: Mother image CC BY-SA Opensourceway!
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