OERs in HE in FE: Creativity for edupunks?

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OERs in HE in FE: Creativity for edupunks?

  1. 1. OERs in HE in FECreativity for Edupunks? Phil Johnson & Craig Hammond University Centre at Blackburn College.
  2. 2. What are OERs?An Open Educational Resource (OER) is any content /media that can be used to create an educationalresource that is open and free for educators touse. The licensing (e.g. Creative Commons) makesprovision for others to re-use, re-mix and re-distributefreely.OER University OpenLearnPeer to Peer University JorumiTunesU OCW (OpenCourseWare) MITx
  3. 3. What are OERs?An Open Educational Resource (OER) is any content /media that can be used to create an educationalresource that is open and free for educators touse. The licensing (e.g. Creative Commons) makesprovision for others to re-use, re-mix and re-distributefreely.OER University OpenLearnPeer to Peer University JorumiTunesU OCW (OpenCourseWare) MITx
  4. 4. What are OERs?An Open Educational Resource (OER) is any content /media that can be used to create an educationalresource that is open and free for educators touse. The licensing (e.g. Creative Commons) makesprovision for others to re-use, re-mix and re-distributefreely.OER University OpenLearnPeer to Peer University JorumiTunesU OCW (OpenCourseWare) MITx
  5. 5. What are OERs?An Open Educational Resource (OER) is any content /media that can be used to create an educationalresource that is open and free for educators touse. The licensing (e.g. Creative Commons) makesprovision for others to re-use, re-mix and re-distributefreely.OER University OpenLearnPeer to Peer University JorumiTunesU OCW (OpenCourseWare) MITx
  6. 6. “Flogging a dead horse”?
  7. 7. Everything starts with an e (learning)?
  8. 8. OER’s – HE in FE• Anarchogogy
  9. 9. Anarchogogy: Expressionistic Possibilities
  10. 10. Creative Commons Licences• Wellcome Images (Refs: C0029040; B0003352; B0006066) - http://images.wellcome.ac.uk/indexplus/page/Prices.html• Odilon Redon (Cactus Man) – http://www.odilon-redon.org/Cactus-Man.html• Wrecking ball (Paul Goyette) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pgoyette/110076905/in/set- 72057594053783405/• Odilon Redon (The Eye…) – http://www.odilon-redon.org/The-Eye-Like-A-Strange-Balloon-Mounts- Toward-Infinity.html• Mandelbrotian Fractal Set (JCB Walsh) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/jcbwalsh/3470075246/sizes/o/in/photostre am/• Mandelbrot Fractal Beetle (Flickrnospam) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/10912969@N03/2046593119/
  11. 11. • Faust, D.G. (2009) The University’s Crisis of Purpose. URL (accessed 14 January 2011) http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/06/books/review/Faust-t.html?_r=2&pagewanted=2• White, D. and Manton, M. (2011) JISC-funded OER Impact Study. URL (accessed 24 October 2011). http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/programmes/elearning/oer/OERTheValueOfReuseI nHigherEducation.pdf• Wheeler, S. (2011) Digital Futures . URL (accessed 13 October 2011) http://www.slideshare.net/timbuckteeth/digital-learning-futures• Acknowledgement:Jamie Reid (1977) for the artwork for the Sex Pistols’ single ‘God Save the Queen’ and VirginRecords for the use of its copyright. The multiple influences behind the artwork and context ofthis presentation is believed to qualify its fair use.To access these slides please go to Slideshare and search for the tag OERC4E.

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