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Affordable Learning $olutions Fair, San Jose State University


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A presentation to the San Jose State University Library faculty and staff about the Open.Michigan initiative and how it ties into supporting access to low/no cost resources in the classroom and focuses on participation in education.

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Affordable Learning $olutions Fair, San Jose State University

  1. 1. Open…opensourceway (Flickr) Source Access Data AL$ Fair San Jose State University Library Licenses Emily Puckett Rodgers Open.Michigan Research April 9, 2012 Education Except where otherwise noted, this work is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Copyright 2012 The Regents of the University of Michigan
  2. 2. Popcorn.js interactive video Mahara open learning management systemOpenStax College free open source textbooks P2PU peer learning withchallenges codeacademy peer learning Saylor Foundation opencourseware WikiEducator free online learning training and pedagogy DS106free online writing Open Knowledge Foundation promoting open practicesAfrican Health OER Network heath sciences collaboration Universia latinamerican network of consortiaOpen High School of Utah online highschool created through OER Mozilla Foundation supporting open sourceprojects Sakai open source LMS (Flickr) opensourceway
  3. 3. Connected college students 100% 98% 99% 94% 92% 93% 95% 92% 88% 85% 82% 78% 79% 80% 75% 66% 60% 57% 40% 20% 0% Internet user Broadband user Wireless (laptop or cell phone) user All adults Non-students, 18-24 Undergrads Grad Students Community CollegeSource: Pew Research Centers Internet & American Life Project 2010 tracking surveys. All include landline and cell phone interviews. N for all adults=9,769; n for 18-24 year old non-students=717; n for four-year undergrads=246, n for grad students=112, n for community college students=164.
  4. 4. Learnin g Aaron Schmidt (Flickr) Sharin gUnder some licenses to use, adapt, redistribute:
  5. 5. The mission of the University of Michigan is toserve the people of Michigan and the world through preeminence in creating, communicating, preserving and applyingknowledge, art, and academic values, and in developingleaders and citizens who will challenge the present and
  6. 6. Our MissionOpen.Michigan enables University of Michiganfaculty, students, staff and others to sharetheir educational resources and research with CC: BY “Earth” symbol by Francesco Paleari from the Noun Projectthe world.
  7. 7. Our Home Office of Enabling Technologies University of Michigan Medical School
  8. 8. When you look in textbooksit’s difficult to findAfrican cases.[S]ometimes it can beconfusing when you seesomething that you see onwhite skin so nicely andvery easy to pick up, but onthe dark skin it has adifferent manifestation thatmay be difficult to see.-RichardPhillips, lecturer, Department ofInternal Medicine, KNUST (Ghana) Image CC:BY-NC-SA Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
  9. 9. 1culture of sharing• Build partnerships and communities of sharing• Make visible the community and support its needs• Increase support for OER production(Innovate, Play, Experiment)
  10. 10. 2comprehensive publicaccess Make it easy to create and use open content • Build tools, processes, incre ase visibility of content • Consult, educate, train
  11. 11. Facilitate OER ProductionAffordability (low/no cost)Ease of Reuse History 373: History of the American West Michael Witgen CC: BY-SA
  12. 12. Facilitate OER ProductionAffordability (low/no cost)Ease of Reuse m STATS 250: Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis Brenda Gunderson CC: BY-NC-SA
  13. 13. Expand and Improve OERofferingsQualityInnovationNewdistributionchannels CC: BY-NC Michael Hortsch
  14. 14. Expand and Improve OERofferingsParticipatory LearningSkills-basedCollaboration
  15. 15. Create a Culture of SharingAccessPartnershipsVisibility Catalyze community Medical Textbook of the interests Future, Diagnose This, A2DataDive Digital storytelling, eTextbooks, U-M Connect with other Wikipedians, HASTAC, U-M initiatives Accessibility Consult on new MERLOT, Global Health projects Disparities, Emergency Health
  16. 16. Participation• 360 contributors opensourceway (flickr) • 71 UMMS faculty• 114 dScribes• 21 U-M units• 387 mailinglist membersCollection• >1,142 materials Participatory, ubiquitous, ada • 188 videos • 185 courses & ptable, affordable, innovative resources• 10,000 views per month and engaging• 13 U-M colleges & schools• >1 million YouTube views open education• >31,400 SlideShare views
  17. 17. Connect Emily Puckett Rodgersopen.michigan@umich.ed Open Education Coordinatoru Open.MichiganFacebook @epuckettTwitter@open_michigan