OOER_M25_19_March_10

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Slides given by Maria Toro Troconis and Ashish Hemani at the meeting of the M25 group in London, 19 March 2010.

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OOER_M25_19_March_10

  1. 1. Open Educational Resources (OER) Subject Strand: Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine Ms Maria Toro-Troconis Mr Ashish Hemani
  2. 2. What are open Educational Resources? “ digitised materials offered freely and openly for educators, students and self-learners to use and reuse for teaching, learning and research”. (OECD, 2007)
  3. 3. The HEFCE/JISC/HEA OER programme (14/08) - Background Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) announced an initial £5.7 million of funding for pilot projects that will open up existing high-quality education resources from UK higher education institutions to the world Higher Education Academy and JISC will work in partnership to deliver 12-month pilot projects - formally launched in April 2009 Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  4. 4. The HEFCE/JISC/HEA OER programme (14/08) Aims to make a wide range of learning resources created by academics freely available, easily discovered and routinely re-used by both educators and learners. Expected that funded projects demonstrate long term commitment to release of OER resources. Projects working towards sustainability of long term open resources release via the adoption of appropriate business models to support this Recommendations may include modifications to institutional policies and processes, with the aim of making open resources release an expected part of the educational resources creation cycle Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  5. 5. The HEFCE/JISC/HEA OER programme (14/08) OER could include full courses, course materials, complete modules, notes, visual and audio recordings, assessments, tests, simulations, worked examples, software, and any other tools or materials or techniques used to support access to knowledge. These resources will be released under an intellectual property license that permits open use and adaptation Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  6. 6. The HEFCE/JISC/HEA OER programme (14/08) <ul><li>Pilot projects to release existing learning resources under a suitable license for open use and repurposing under 3 strands of activity: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Institutional </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Individual </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Subject </li></ul></ul>Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  7. 7. The HEFCE/JISC/HEA OER programme (14/08) Not about creating new content Exposing existing content to wider audiences Exploring the drivers, challenges and barriers and making recommendations Projects mandated to deposit into JorumOpen Evaluation of pilot programme, including synthesis of project outcomes, to be carried out by Glasgow Caledonian University Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  8. 8. Overview of the OOER Subject Strand Project (Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine) The OOER (Organising Open Educational Resources) project aim is to ‘open’ 360 credits of educational resources (ER) in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine/science, postgraduate and staff development programmes. This project has focused on issues relating to these subjects (such as consent, copyright, securing ER from staff delivering programmes who are non-HEI employed (e.g. NHS staff)), complementing other projects in the OER programme. Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  9. 9. OOER Project – Work Packages (Toolkits) <ul><li>12 workpackages </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Project Management led by MEDEV </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Literature and existing project review to document IPR/CC resulting in toolkit. Led by SGUL </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Patient consent considering Data Protection, and privacy issues. Led by University of Bristol </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mapping and readiness categorisation: identify and categorise potential resources. Categorisation toolkit. Led by Newcastle University </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Institutional policy development. HR practice related to IPR. Policy Toolkit. Led by Keele University </li></ul></ul>Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  10. 10. OOER Project – Work Packages (Toolkits) <ul><li>12 workpackages </li></ul><ul><ul><li>How does OER affect existing collaborations and international (incl. developing world) markets? Collaboration toolkit to brief senior managers. Led by Queen’s University Belfast </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Establish pedagogy map, quality monitoring/peer evaluation and ‘best before’ procedures. QA toolkit. Led by University of Oxford </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Upload (‘360 credits’?) resources. Document processes necessary to make ER ‘open’. Led by University of Southampton </li></ul></ul>Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  11. 11. OOER Project – Work Packages (Toolkits) <ul><li>12 workpackages </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Evaluate ‘resource discovery’ by staff and students. Investigate downstream rights for re-use. Resource discovery and re-use toolkit. Led by Intute: Health & Life Sciences and University of Warwick </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Host workshops, dissemination events to raise awareness of inform and obtain feedback on toolkits to refine them and encourage uptake of OER. Led by MEDEV </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Evaluate project, disseminate and publish. Led by Imperial College </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Exit strategy and sustainability. Led by University of Liverpool </li></ul></ul>Source: Hardy, S. (2009) ‘Issues with re-using medical images in UK HE settings: an OER view. The Higher Education Academy – Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine http://tinyurl.com/yeezxtv
  12. 12. www.medev.ac.uk URL- Flowchart URL URL-OpenLabyrinth URL URL URL URL-OpenLabyrinth URL Jump to Final slide
  13. 13. Readiness categorisation pyramid www.medev.ac.uk
  14. 14. CATEGORISATION Back
  15. 15. Back
  16. 16. Patient Consent - OpenLabyrinth Back
  17. 17. IPR/COPYRIGHT Back
  18. 18. PEDAGOGY/QA Back
  19. 19. RESOURCE UPLOAD Back
  20. 20. Questions?
  21. 21. Thank YOU

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