Stranack open ed2011

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Stranack open ed2011

  1. 1. Open Content,Experiential Learning, andOnline Community-Building:The Continuing Contribution ofOpen Journal Systems to OpenEducation Kevin Stranack Open Education 2011 October 27, 2011
  2. 2.  Open Source Community Coordinator Librarian Graduate Student in Adult Education
  3. 3. Open Journal Systems
  4. 4. OpenSource
  5. 5. How the communitybroadened me from openaccess to open education
  6. 6. Online, Peer-Reviewed, Open
  7. 7. Register
  8. 8. Submit
  9. 9. Receive
  10. 10. Communicate
  11. 11. • Review slide Review
  12. 12. Decide
  13. 13. • Editing slide Edit
  14. 14. • Publish slide Publish
  15. 15. 10,000 OJS installations around the world
  16. 16.  active open source community 30+ translations 48% in developing countries covers all subject areas rise of the scholar-publisher strong uptake by academic libraries lots of open content generated
  17. 17. Traditional Journals
  18. 18. Archived Journals
  19. 19. Proceedings
  20. 20. Books
  21. 21. Student Journals
  22. 22. Graduate Student Journals
  23. 23. Openwriting in public, learning inpublic
  24. 24. Experientiallearning about the publishingprocess by activelyparticipating in it
  25. 25. Collaborativeworking with others throughpeer review to improve theirresearch and writing
  26. 26. Self-Directedstudents decide to do thisthemselves
  27. 27. Connectivehelps to build an onlinecommunity of peers
  28. 28. Undergraduate Journals
  29. 29. High School Journals
  30. 30. Open,Experiential,Collaborative,Connective,and...
  31. 31. Information Literatebuilding their informationliteracy skills by activelyengaging in the peer reviewprocess
  32. 32. Libraries
  33. 33. Library Publishing Services
  34. 34. Research Commons
  35. 35. Opportunity for libraries to become apartner in learning that is…  Open,  Experiential,  Collaborative,  Self-Directed,  Connective,  and Information Literate
  36. 36. Course Journals
  37. 37. Students submit as authorsStudents review each other’s workInstructor acts as the editorBest papers are published
  38. 38.  Open, Experiential, Collaborative, Connective, Information Literate
  39. 39. Plagiarism?
  40. 40.  161,800 downloads 16 student articles have been downloaded > 2500 times 68 articles over 1000 times
  41. 41. Libraries, again Talk this up with faculty Provide technical support to instructors Link students’ immediate course experience with the wider world of scholarly publishing Help students apply the lessons learned to other courses
  42. 42. Find out more Web Site – http://pkp.sfu.ca Support Forum – http://pkp.sfu.ca/support/forum/ Email – kstranac@sfu.ca Twitter – @stranack
  43. 43. Image Creditshttp://www.everystockphoto.com/http://www.istockphoto.com/

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