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Open.Ed - Supporting Open Education at the University of Edinburgh


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An overview of how we support and engage with open education and OER at the University of Edinburgh

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Open.Ed - Supporting Open Education at the University of Edinburgh

  1. 1. Anima Celtica, The Evergreen Spring, 1895, ©University of Edinburgh, CC BY, Europeana / Open.Ed Supporting Open Education at the University of Edinburgh
  2. 2. University of Edinburgh Mission • Provide the highest quality learning and teaching environment for the greater wellbeing of our students • Make a significant, sustainable and socially responsible contribution to Scotland, the UK and the world, promoting health and economic and cultural wellbeing. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0, kaysgeog,
  3. 3. University of Edinburgh OER Vision • The history of the Edinburgh Settlement. • Excellent education and research collections. • Traditions of the Enlightenment and civic mission. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, Centre for Research Collections,
  4. 4. University of Edinburgh OER Policy • • Approved by Learning and Teaching Committee in January 2016. • Informative and permissive. • Encourages staff and students to use, create and publish OERs to enhance the quality of the student experience. • Helps colleagues make informed decisions about creating and using OER. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, Centre for Research Collections,
  5. 5. Open.Ed,
  6. 6. • Run workshops and digital skills development events. • Provide support to Schools and Colleges. • Provide advice and guidance on copyright and open licensing. • Run regular Copyright & Licensing training events with the Copyright Enquiries Service.
  7. 7. Support for strategic technology initiatives
  8. 8. Media Hopper Replay Training, replay/training/preparing
  9. 9. Open With Care, Melissa Highton, OER16 Keynote. CC BY 4.0, Beck Pitt
  10. 10. Academic Blogging
  11. 11. Academic Blogging Service,
  12. 12. Blogging to Build your Professional Profle,
  13. 13. 23 Things for Digital Knowledge
  14. 14. 23 Things for Digital Knowledge,
  15. 15. Playful Engagement
  16. 16. Playful Engagement,
  17. 17. Board Game Jam, CC BY 2.0, Open.Ed,
  18. 18. Gif It Up!, Open.Ed,
  19. 19. Adult Colouring Book Workshop, flections-on-our-adult-colouring-book- workshops/
  20. 20. OER Showcase
  21. 21. Open.Ed,
  22. 22. Open.Ed Newsletter,
  23. 23. MOOCs
  24. 24. Edinburgh MOOCs,
  25. 25. Media Hopper Create,
  26. 26. CC BY, University of Edinburgh,
  27. 27. Open Content Curation Interns
  28. 28. Tomas Sanders, Open Content Curation Intern, CC BY, Lorna M. Campbell Open Content Curation Student Interns Black History Month Wikipedia editathon, CC BY-SA 4.0, Stinglehammer, Wikimedia Commons
  29. 29. IS Student Intern Experience Blog,
  30. 30. Wikimedian in Residence
  31. 31. University of Edinburgh Wikipedia Editathon, CC BY-SA 4.0, Mihaela Bodlovic,
  32. 32. Wikimedian in Residence,
  33. 33. High-grade serous carcinoma,
  34. 34. Stories of Student Empowerment: Student feedback on the Wikimedia Residency
  35. 35. Wikimedia Residency, University of Edinburgh,
  36. 36. Benefits of OER • Diversifies the curriculum. • Improves digital skills. • Engages students in co-creation. • Promotes the outputs of open research. • Foster creativity and playful learning. • Contributes to the development of open knowledge. • Enhances engagement with content and collections. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, Centre for Research Collections,
  37. 37. Contact Lorna M. Campbell @LornaMCampbell Open.Ed @OpenEdEdinburgh Charlie Farley @SFarley_Charlie CC BY Lorna M. Campbell, University of Edinburgh, unless otherwise indicated. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, Centre for Research Collections,