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20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
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20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv
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20110324 TU Delft ocw and standards voor noiv

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Presentatie over TU Delft OpenCourseWare en standaarden voor het jaarcongres 2011 van NOiV op 24 maart 2011

Presentatie over TU Delft OpenCourseWare en standaarden voor het jaarcongres 2011 van NOiV op 24 maart 2011

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  • Something that was easy to implement That didn’t require a lot of technical knowledge, or wading through metadata specifications By using web technologies we wouldn’t isolate the metadata/content This wouldn’t just be for OCW Consortium… It wouldn’t be an “education-only” solution… But it would also enable content syndication with the web-at-large
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    • 1.
        TU Delft OpenCourseWare and Standards
        Ir. Willem van Valkenburg
    • 2.
        Who am I?
        Willem van Valkenburg
      • Director TU Delft OpenCourseWare
      • 3. Manager of TU Delft VLE (Blackboard)
      • 4. Projectleader TU Delft Mobile
        http://twitter.com/wfvanvalkenburg http://www.e-learn.nl http://nl.linkedin.com/in/wfvanvalkenburg
    • 5.
        Agenda
      • What is OpenCourseWare?
      • 6. Usage of OpenCourseWare
      • 7. Goals
      • 8. Use of standards
    • 9.
        What is OpenCourseWare?
      • MIT started in 2001 with two main objectives:
        • “ Provide free, searchable, access to MIT's course materials for educators, students, and self-learners around the world.“
        • 10. “ Create an efficient, standards-based model that other institutions may emulate to openly share and publish their own course materials."
    • 11.
        What is OCW?
        An OpenCourseWare is a free and open digital publication of high quality educational materials , organized as courses for faculty, students, and self-learners throughout the world.
      • An ocw is a collection of high-quality learning materials presented in the form of courses
      • 12. An ocw is not a distance-learning initiative: there are no degrees granted and in most cases no student/faculty interactions
      • 13. OCW materials are there for the taking and for transformation.
    • 14.
        OCW part of the Open Movement
      • OCW is only one type of Open Educational Resource (OER).
      • 15. OERs are only one type of Open Content.
      • 16. We have much to share with each other.
        Open Content
        Open Educational Resources
        OCW
    • 17.
        TU Delft OpenCourseWare
      • You find it at OCW.TUDelft.nl
      • 18. Started in October 2007
      • 19. Build with Typo3 -CMS
      • 20. Almost 50 courses online
        " TU Delft is dedicated to finding sustainable solutions for social problems. The university's core tasks include delivering know-how and building knowledge networks in an international context. OpenCourseWare is one of the means by which we are contributing to this mission "
        Jakob Fokkema, Former Rector Magnificus
      • Watermanagement
      • 21. Microelectronics
      • 22. Offshore Engineering
      • 23. Nanoscience
      • 24. Biomedical Engineering
      • 25. Sustainable Development
      • 26. Transportation and Planning
      • 27. Media and Knowledge Engineering
      • 28. Engineering and Policy Analysis
      • 29. TPM Minors and electives
      • 30. Product Design
      • 31. Marine Technology
      • 32. Geomatics
      • 33. Mathematics
      • 34. Sustainable processes and Energy Technologies
      • 35. Information Skills
      • 36. Technische Informatica
    • 37.
        Users of OCW
        Source: http://ocw.mit.edu/about/site-statistics/
    • 38.
        Usage of OCW
        USE SCENARIO
        % OF USE
        Educators
        Improve personal knowledge
        31%
        Learn new teaching methods
        23%
        Incorporate OCW materials into a course
        20%
        Find reference material for my students
        15%
        Develop curriculum for my department or school
        8%
        Students
        Enhance personal knowledge
        46%
        Complement a current course
        34%
        Plan a course of study
        16%
        Self Learners
        Explore areas outside my professional field
        40%
        Review basic concepts in my professional field
        18%
        Prepare for future course of study
        18%
        Keep current with developments in my field
        17%
        Complete a work-related project or task
        4%
        Source: http://ocw.mit.edu/about/site-statistics/
    • 39.
        Goals
        How can we improve the discoverability and reuse, of OCW courses? — OCW Consortium Technology Committee 2006-2007
        Source: http://www.slideshare.net/bmuramatsu/oer-search
    • 40.
        Discoverability of courses
        using Dublin Core via RSS
      • Relatively simple to implement
      • 41. Dublin Core as a metadata element set
        • DC has a base level of descriptive metadata, and it could describe an OCW course
        • 42. DC was understandable to novices
        • 43. IEEE LOM is fairly complex and would provide more description, but we felt the likelihood of getting lots of sites doing high quality metadata was low
    • 44.
        “ Federating” OCW Collections
      • OCW Consortium
        • Ocwconsortium.org
      • OCW Search
        • Ocwsearch.com
      • OER Commons
        • Oercommons.org
    • 45.
        OAI-PMH
      • Protocol for Metadata Harvesting
      • 46. Metadata on Course or Object?
      • 47. EduCommons supports OAI-PMH
      • 48. Connects TU Delft OCW with Wikiwijs
    • 49.
        Re-use
      • Complete course
        • OpenLearn offers:
      • Audio / Video
        • iTunesU and YouTube
      • Image Library
        • http://ocw.jhsph.edu/imageLibrary/
    • 50.
        OCW .tudelft.nl
        Willem van Valkenburg
        [email_address]
        www.e-learn.nl twitter.com/wfvanvalkenburg
        Presentation available on www.slideshare.net/wfvanvalkenburg

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