C o n t e n t T h a t F i t s Yo u r                                                                                      ...
Paperless Handoutshttp://www.workshophandouts.com/moodleoer         (moodleoer is case sensitive)
About me…
Who am I?•  Curriculum Director of Montana Digital   Academy•  13 Years in the Social Studies, Speech,   Debate, Computer ...
I am not a guru…http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/3449574196/sizes/m/
The Problem…
The problem…By SaltyGal
The workaround…By Guy Schmidt
What’s wrong with that?•  Not very flexible•  Not remixable•  Doesn’t really fit into a Moodle or any   other LMS•  Potent...
A decent start…
Enter… OERs•  Open Education Resources•  What is an OER?  –  Free and open for anyone to use and adapt     and redistribut...
Licensing?Traditional                      Publiccopyright -                     domain - all rights                   unr...
Licensing?Traditional                             Publiccopyright -                            domain - all rights        ...
Attribution (BY) ▪ Non-commercial (NC) ▪No derivatives (ND) ▪ Copyleft - Share-Alike (SA)‫‏‬         Recommended for educa...
Creative Commons:  –  CC BY – You can use however you want; just cite the     source.  –  CC BY SA – You can use however y...
Implications for OERs in     the classroom
Always cite sources!•  Usually required by the license•  Generally a credit to the name of the   author (or screen name if...
Carefully Consider           Licensing•  Chief question: “Do I have to share   materials back out under a similar   licens...
Ro l l y o u r o w n O E R s !
Publish Your Materials!•  If you are a content creator, consider   openly licensing your materials•  Post materials openly...
Examples
OER Commons
Curriki
Wikimedia Commons
PBS Learning Media
Kahn Academy
CK-12 Flexbooks
HippoCampus/NROC
MIT Open Courseware
Open High School of Utah Open Courseware
Moodle Share
Thankyou! J
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OER and Moodle: Content That Fits Your LMS's Philosophy

  1. 1. C o n t e n t T h a t F i t s Yo u r L M S ’s P h i l o s o p h y OER and Moodle: Jason NeifferC u r r i c u l u m D i r e c t o r, M o n t a n a D i g i t a l A c a d e m y 7 October 2011 ISU K-12 Moodle Moot 2011 Pocatello, Idaho
  2. 2. Paperless Handoutshttp://www.workshophandouts.com/moodleoer (moodleoer is case sensitive)
  3. 3. About me…
  4. 4. Who am I?•  Curriculum Director of Montana Digital Academy•  13 Years in the Social Studies, Speech, Debate, Computer Science and Journalism Classroom•  Blended Learning Advocate•  Educational Technology Advocate
  5. 5. I am not a guru…http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/3449574196/sizes/m/
  6. 6. The Problem…
  7. 7. The problem…By SaltyGal
  8. 8. The workaround…By Guy Schmidt
  9. 9. What’s wrong with that?•  Not very flexible•  Not remixable•  Doesn’t really fit into a Moodle or any other LMS•  Potential copyright/licensing issues•  Not scalable•  Not sharable
  10. 10. A decent start…
  11. 11. Enter… OERs•  Open Education Resources•  What is an OER? –  Free and open for anyone to use and adapt and redistribute•  Distinction between OERs and free materials? –  Adaptation and redistribution
  12. 12. Licensing?Traditional Publiccopyright - domain - all rights unrestricted reserved use Karen Fasimpaur
  13. 13. Licensing?Traditional Publiccopyright - domain - all rights unrestricted reserved use Copyright with open licenses - some rights reserved Karen Fasimpaur
  14. 14. Attribution (BY) ▪ Non-commercial (NC) ▪No derivatives (ND) ▪ Copyleft - Share-Alike (SA)‫‏‬ Recommended for education: CC BY Karen Fasimpaur
  15. 15. Creative Commons: –  CC BY – You can use however you want; just cite the source. –  CC BY SA – You can use however you want, but you must cite the source AND license your work under a sharing license. –  CC BY NC – You can use only if it is noncommercial (you can’t charge $); cite the source. –  CC BY ND – You can use the work but you can’t change it or put it into a bigger work; also cite the source. Karen Fasimpaur
  16. 16. Implications for OERs in the classroom
  17. 17. Always cite sources!•  Usually required by the license•  Generally a credit to the name of the author (or screen name if there are issues) is more than enough•  URL is nice, but optional•  If using the source in a more formal way (research paper, research project, etc., so a proper citation)
  18. 18. Carefully Consider Licensing•  Chief question: “Do I have to share materials back out under a similar license?”
  19. 19. Ro l l y o u r o w n O E R s !
  20. 20. Publish Your Materials!•  If you are a content creator, consider openly licensing your materials•  Post materials openly, or, consider sharing on platforms like MoodleShare, an open wiki, etc.•  Always post syllabi and other documents you construct with licensing information
  21. 21. Examples
  22. 22. OER Commons
  23. 23. Curriki
  24. 24. Wikimedia Commons
  25. 25. PBS Learning Media
  26. 26. Kahn Academy
  27. 27. CK-12 Flexbooks
  28. 28. HippoCampus/NROC
  29. 29. MIT Open Courseware
  30. 30. Open High School of Utah Open Courseware
  31. 31. Moodle Share
  32. 32. Thankyou! J

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