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Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
Open Education event - Open Repositories
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Open Education event - Open Repositories

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Presentation by Jackie Graham and Garry Cameron from the the College Development Network on open repositories at the Jisc RSC Scotland Open Education event on 26th November 2013

Presentation by Jackie Graham and Garry Cameron from the the College Development Network on open repositories at the Jisc RSC Scotland Open Education event on 26th November 2013

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  • 1. Open Repositories: Re:Source Open Education Tuesday 26 November 2013 Garry Cameron & Jackie Graham
  • 2. Why? • New regional sector • Funding on a regional basis – regional outcome agreements • The time is right for colleges to open up their educational content • Curriculum alignment • Quality and efficiency
  • 3. The Good... • Awareness of the benefits of open sharing • Colleges want and need high quality resources for repurposing, reworking and reformatting with copyright clearance having been granted • College Development Network resources developed through project activity are published under open licences
  • 4. The Good... • Existing resources are being updated and relicensed under open licences as appropriate • Strong partnership approach • Focus now on collection creation • Open Scotland summit
  • 5. The Not So Good... • Reaching senior managers who have the vision to publish under open licence • Support that facilitates OER • Using Re:Source to share content • It is great to start small with content creation • Winning hearts and minds
  • 6. The Not at All Good... • Structural, organisational and attitudinal barriers for adoption of OER • Lack of recognition for college staff who may consider developing and publishing OER • Lack of a planned, managed, supported and encouraged process
  • 7. However... • Re:Source has the potential to be a massive success story in the new regional structure • We know what needs to happen to continue the discussions started at the Open Scotland summit • We are starting small!
  • 8. Your suggestions to help... • What more can we do to promote OER in the sector?
  • 9. Contact Details Tel: 01786 892000 info@collegedevelopmentnetwork.ac.uk www.collegedevelopmentnetwork.ac.uk Follow @ColDevNet on Twitter facebook.com/collegedevelopmentnetwork

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