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Some of the recommendations derived from the EdReNe network on building and sustaining educational repositories

Some of the recommendations derived from the EdReNe network on building and sustaining educational repositories

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  • Advocate reform and development of copyright law * In order to have it meet the expectations and desired usage within education and society at large
  • Advocate reform and development of copyright law * In order to have it meet the expectations and desired usage within education and society at large
  • Advocate reform and development of copyright law * In order to have it meet the expectations and desired usage within education and society at large
  • Advocate reform and development of copyright law * In order to have it meet the expectations and desired usage within education and society at large
  • Advocate reform and development of copyright law * In order to have it meet the expectations and desired usage within education and society at large
  • Set up institutional policies and strategies concerning IPR Including risk management strategies
  • Interesting new business models should be showcased * for example building business around added value services instead of content, and describing how open content can be used for commercial purposes. Support equal access to market to maximize innovation * For example through repositories including materials from all content providers.

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  • Enabling Teachers to Find, Share and Remix Digital Learning Resources - a European Perspective Tommy Byskov Lund, UNI • C, Denmark
  • Educational Repositories Bridging the gap between users and content
  • Ed ucational Re positories Ne twork
    • Develops guidelines and recommendations on educational repositories
    • Comprises a collegial network of European repository nodes and stakeholders
      • EdReNe is a thematic network Founded with co-funding from the European Union
    K-12
  • A thematic network of central actors
    • UNI•C (Denmark)
    • EUN – European Schoolnet (Europe)
    • EENET - European Expert's Network for Education and Technology (Europe)
    • Menon Network (Europe)
    • EDEN - European Distance and E-Learning Network (Europe)
    • FWU - Institut für Film und Bild in Wissenschaft und Unterricht (Germany)
    • UPF - Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)
    • TLF - Tiger Leap Foundation (Estonia)
    • UNI-LJ-FMF, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Uni. of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
    • ITC - Centre of IT in Education (Lithuania)
    • Skolverket - The Swedish National Agency for Education (Sweden)
    • ENIS Austria ( Austria )
    • NCTE –National Centre for Technology in Education (Ireland)
    • Kennisnet – Sticting Kennisnet Ict op School (The Netherlands)
    • Becta - British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (UK)
    • CNDP - Centre National de Documentation Pédagogique (France)
    • Giunti Interactive Labs (Italy)
    • BFU- Brancheforeningen for undervisningsmidler (Denmark)
    • AIE - Associazione Italiana Editori (Italy)
    • EduLearn (Portugal)
    • sDae - Sociedad Digital De Autores Y Esitores (Spain)
    • IML - Umeå University Department of Interactive Media and Learning(Sweden)
    • IKT-senteret (Norway)
    Utdanningsdirektoratet (Norway) VETAMIX (Finland) Lektion.se (Sweden) Intrallect Ltd  (UK)   SLO - Netherland’s Institute for Curriculum Development  (Netherlands)  CTIE - Centre suisse des technologies de l'information dans l'enseignement (Switzerland) APS IT-diensten ( The Netherlands) TLU-CET - Talinn University (Estonia) CTE - Centre de technologie de l'éducation (Luxembourg) Ontwikkelcentrum (The Netherlands) LTScotland , Learning and Teaching Scotland (UK) Encyclopaedia Britannica Education (UK) DGIDC –Ministry of Education (Portugal) ALLIANZ S.p.A. (Italy) Teachable.net (United Kingdom) Agenzia Nazionale per lo Sviluppo dell’Autonomia Scolastica (former INDIRE) (Italy) SMART Technologies (United Kingdom) ShareTEC (Europe) KlasCement (The Netherlands) Open University/OLnet (United Kingdom) AtiT (Belgium)
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  • 2007-2010: 10 expert workshops 4 strategic seminars From now: Semi-annual seminars
  • Four major themes
    • Repository policies and strategies
    • Engagement of producers and users
    • Standards and interoperability
    • Rights issues
  • Engaging users Building communities Supporting communities
    • Describe why you want an online community – to yourself and all involved stakeholders
    • A dedicated and skilled community manager is essential
    • A strong community cannot be built quickly – plan for long term sustainability
    • Keep it simple
    • Make it easy to participate – for all members
    • Build trust and defend your brand
    • Make the community the centre of your web site - never hide it
    • It should be easy for users to invite friends
    • Reward user activity
    Winning points is easy: • Posting a reaction on a contribution: +20 • Giving a score: +10 • Adding news: +40 • Adding a site: +50 • Adding a document: +70 • Adding software: +100 • Adding an article: +60
    • Keep moderation to a minimum
    • Encourage and facilitate real life meetings between users
  • Four major themes
    • Repository policies and strategies
    • Engagement of producers and users
    • Standards and interoperability
    • Rights issues
  • doing the (copy) RIGHT thing
  • ” If the law is going to regulate your kid, it must do so in a way your kid can understand” - Lawrence Lessig
  • Try for yourself: OER Remix :: The Game http://www.opencontent.org/game/
  • Policy makers
    • Advocate reform and development of copyright law
    • Establish coherent licensing strategies for (publicly funded) learning resources
  • Teachers and students
    • Encourage use of CC-BY licenses when publishing own work
    • Provide recommendations and guidance on how to remix “incompatible” content
  • Institution management
    • Set up institutional policies and strategies concerning IPR
    • Encourage institutions to engage in sharing and production of open content
  • Publishers and content providers
    • Support equal access to market to maximize innovation
    • Interesting new business models should be showcased
  • More information, download reports, join the discussion…
    • edrene.org
    • [email_address]
    • Tommy Byskov Lund
    • [email_address]
    • @tommybyskovlund
  • Image Credits
    • Happy (BY-SA): http://www.flickr.com/photos/71905821@N00/
    • Bridge of ants (BY-NC-SA): http://www.flickr.com/photos/kasimetcalfe/
    • Bees (BY-NC-SA): http://www.flickr.com/photos/max_westby/
    • Ants drinking (BY-NC-SA): http://www.flickr.com/photos/pedromourapinheiro/
    • Keep Right (BY-NC-SA): http://www.flickr.com/photos/galerieopweg/
    • Sleeping cat (BY-NC-SA): http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaibara/
    • Clipart from openclipart.org (PD)
    • Copyright Ad (PD)