SLA SIG, May 2013An Introduction to CETISLorna M. Campbell and Sheila MacNeillCETIS Assistant Directors
SLA SIG, May 2013What is CETIS? Centre for Educational Technology and Interoperability StandardsA national Innovation Support Centre providing adviceto the UK Higher and Post-16 Education sectors oneducational technology and standards.
CLD SIG, January 2013About CETISPartnership between:University of Bolton(10)University ofStrathclyde (3)Heriot Watt University(1)Funded by Jisc since2001.
SLA SIG, May 2013What is Jisc?Jisc is:A registered charity that works on behalf ofUK higher education, further education andskills to champion the use of digitaltechnologies.Funded by all the UK post-16 and highereducation funding bodies as well as theresearch councils.Owned by AOC, Guild HE and UUK.
SLA SIG, May 2013What does CETIS do? We work with our clients and partners to develop policyand strategy, providing impartial and independentadvice on technology and standards. CETIS are activein the development and implementation of openstandards and represent our clients in national,European and global standards bodies and industryconsortia. We develop & support the adoption oftechnology and standards for course advertising, openeducation resources, assessment, and student datamanagement, opening new markets and creatingopportunities for innovation.
SLA SIG, May 2013CETIS activities: Programme SupportProgrammes CETIS has supported include:Open Educational ResourcesDeveloping Digital LiteraciesAssessment and FeedbackDistributed Virtual Learning EnvironmentsCustomer Relationship ManagementCurriculum Design and DeliveryDigital Repositories
SLA SIG, May 2013What activities: StandardsCETIS represents UK F/HE on a wide range ofinternational standards bodies including:British Standards InstituteInternational Standards OrganisationIMS Global Learning ConsortiumCEN/ISS Learning Technology WorkshopIEEEDublin Core Metadata InitiativeLearning Resource Metadata InitiativeWorld Wide Web Consortium
CLD SIG, January 2013CETIS activities: Community EngagementRecent working groups: Open Educational Resources Widgets Semantic technology QTI profile Competencies eBooks Analytics MOOC technology
CLD SIG, January 2013CETIS activities: Social Networking & Analysis Extensive use of socialnetwork technologies tosupport and buildcommunity engagement. Network analysistechniques to monitor andvisualise communityengagement anddevelopment of socialnetworks. See Martin Hawksey’shttp://mashe.hawksey.info
CLD SIG, January 2013CETIS activities: Communicationshttp://jisc.cetis.ac.uk
SLA SIG, May 2013CETIS activities: Briefing Papers
SLA SIG, May 2013CETIS activities: Synthesis & Horizon Scanning
SLA SIG, May 2013What CETIS does: Events Online seminars. Community events. Codebashes, plugfests and interoperabilitytesting events. Hackdays and technical developer events. Annual conference• CETIS 13 - Open for Education: TechnologyInnovation in Universities and Colleges.
SLA SIG, May 2013What CETIS does: Partnerships ALT Scotland RSC Scotland SQA Jorum (Re:Source,Scotlands Colleges) Social Media Week,Glasgow BIS Information StandardsBoard Association of Colleges OSSWatch Society for Research inLearning Analytics DoE & DOD, USA Surf, Netherlands Creative Commons OCWC MIT OpenCourseware
SLA SIG, May 2013Open Educational ResourcesOER Global Logo by Jonathas Mello is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported 3.0 License
SLA SIG, May 2013What are Open Educational Resources? Term OER first introduced atUNESCO conference in 2002. Many varying definitions of OER. Freely available digital materialsreleased under open licence, that canbe used and re-purposed for teaching,learning, and research.
SLA SIG, May 2013Open Licences Most commonly used OER open licencesare Creative Commonshttp://creativecommons.org/ Creative Commons is a non-profitorganization whose free legal tools providea global standard for enabling the opensharing of knowledge and creativity. (UK Open Government Licence aligns withCreative Commons Attribution Licence.)
SLA SIG, May 2013UK OER Programme Funded by HEFCE between 2009 – 2012. Managed by JISC and HEA and supported byCETIS. Invested over £10 million. Funded over 80 individual projects. Aimed at releasing OERs and embeddingsustainable open practice in institutions. All resource tagged #ukoer and deposited inJorum national repositoryhttp://www.jorum.ac.uk/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: Jorumhttp://www.jorum.ac.uk/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: Re:sourcehttp://resource.blogs.scotcol.ac.uk/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: HumBoxhttp://humbox.ac.uk/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: Xperthttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/xpert/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: Creative Commons Searchhttp://search.creativecommons.org/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: Open CoursewareConsortiumhttp://www.ocwconsortium.org/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: OER Commonshttp://www.oercommons.org/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: OU OpenLearnhttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/
SLA SIG, May 2013Where to find OERs: MIT Opencoursewarehttp://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
SLA SIG, May 2013Contact InformationCETISWeb: http://jisc.cetis.ac.ukTwitter: jisccetisSlideshare:Lorna M. CampbellEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: lornamcampbellBlog: http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/lmc/Sheila MacNeillEmail: email@example.comTwitter: sheilmcnBlog: http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/sheilamacneill/