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Guest Lecture on OER in Instruction

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Guest lecture given to LIS 458 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Guest Lecture on OER in Instruction

  1. 1. Sarah Crissinger, Information Literacy Graduate Assistant crissin2@illinois.edu OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (OER) IN INSTRUCTION CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US
  2. 2.  OER for equitable access  Increase retention  Education’s goal of sharing knowledge  Intersection of OA and instructional design In essence, academic MORE ABOUT MY INTEREST IN OER ACRLog Open Education Week 2015: A Reflection on IP, Infrastructure, and Interest http://acrlog.org/2015/03/23/op en-education-week/
  3. 3. Use what you know! OER beyond the academic library: public outreach and international uses Finding & evaluating OER Buy-in from stakeholders/ infrastructure Moving beyond consumption… TODAY
  4. 4. WHY LIBRARIES?
  5. 5. Big Idea • What are the desired results? • What do you want students to learn? Assessment • What evidence would exhibit student transfer beyond knowledge & skills? Learning Plan • How do OER fit within this plan? UBD, LEARNING OUTCOMES, & MORE http://jaymctighe.com/wordpress /wp- content/uploads/2011/04/UbD- in-a-Nutshell.pdf
  6. 6. Traditional/ Academic  Integrating/ revising learning objects  More multi-media activities  Syllabus planning and design sharing  MOOC/ online course design New & Exciting  Unaffiliated/ distance patrons  International audiences  Staff training  Basic informational resources at reference desk USES
  7. 7. MORE?
  8. 8. General Disciplinary Institutional Format (multi- media, textbook) FIND OER HTTP://UIUC.LIBGUIDES.COM/OER
  9. 9. USE WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT SEARCH 1) Use the advanced searching feature if there is one. This will save you some time and limit your search. 2) Start with broad terms (ex. disease instead of cancer) and then narrow. 3) As you narrow, think about disciplinary language. Is there something else this topic might be referred to as? 4) If you still aren't getting good results, try to start with the browsing feature (even if it's very broad). Sometimes the term your searching isn't used but you still know it would be under a broad subject like "humanities" or "writing".
  10. 10. PICK A SCENARIO
  11. 11. Once you find an OER, how do you evaluate it? How does this look different for each purpose? EVALUATION
  12. 12. Once you find an OER, how do you evaluate it? How does this look different for each purpose? Content Accessibility Appropriateness Documentation Derivatives Time considerations! EVALUATION
  13. 13. EVALUATE
  14. 14. Place to store OER? Copyright/ CC consultation? Outreach and educational resources Internal education and communication Collaboration for disciplinary knowledge INFRASTRUCTURE
  15. 15. Place to store OER? Copyright/ CC consultation? Outreach and educational resources Internal education and communication Collaboration for disciplinary knowledge = $ AND BUY IN INFRASTRUCTURE
  16. 16. Sample programs Be inclusive: the bookstore and the dean Constant thorough assessment to prove if it’s working or not working GETTING BUY IN Needs assessment survey Policy models The numbers: retention, higher satisfaction, higher common core compliance Toolkits of resources
  17. 17. BEYOND CONSUMPTION INFORMATION CREATION AS PROCESS
  18. 18. Thanks for your interest in this topic! Please contact me with questions: crissin2@illinois.edu THANK YOU!

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