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Open educational resources
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  • 1. Open Educational Resources
  • 2. Outline• Definition and related terms.• Classification of educational resources.• History of the Open Educational Resources.• Characteristics and types.• Wikimedia projects and OERs.
  • 3. Key terms boxOpen Educational Resources Free Educational Resources E-learning Learning object Open content
  • 4. Definition of related termsOpen content is any creative work that anyone cancopy or modify for further reuse.Learning object is a collection of content items,practice items, and assessment items that arecombined based on a single learning objective.E-learning is a form of education, learning and teachingthat is supported by the use of electronic devices.
  • 5. Definition of Open Educational ResourcesOpen Educational Resources = Free Educational ResourcesOpen Educational Resources (OERs) or Free EducationalResources are a freely accessible and openly licensed contentthat is useful for educational, teaching and learning purposes.OERs = f(open content; learning objects)Open Educational Resources are essential part of E-learning.
  • 6. Classification of educational resources YES University digital Wikis librariesfreely accessible NO YES On-line educational courses feedbooks.com licensed openly NO
  • 7. History of the Open Educational ResourcesThe term learning object was introduced in 1994 by WayneHodgins and quickly popularised the idea of creating digitalcontent for educational purposes.The OER movement originated from development in openknowledge, open source, free sharing and peer collaboration.The term Open Educational Resources was first adopted anddefined at UNESCOs 2002 Forum on the Impact of OpenCourseware for Higher Education in Developing Countries.
  • 8. Characteristics and typesThe most common characteristics attributed to the OERs arethe following:• freely accessible content;• openly licensed content;• no monetary value is paid;• public and collective good.Types of OERs:• open textbooks, streaming videos, software, course materials, tests, etc.
  • 9. Wikimedia projects and OERsWikimedia projects are fine example of repositories for OERs.The most commonly used Wikimedia projects in the sense ofOERs are:• Wikipedia – a free encyclopedia;• Wikimedia Commons – a free repository of media files;• Wikibooks – a free repository of textbooks and manuals;• Wikisource – a free content library;• Wikiversity – a project offering free materials and courses.
  • 10. Examples from WikisourceWikibooks WikisourceWikipedia Wikiversity
  • 11. Thank you for your attention!Спасибо за внимание!

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