Open Educational Resources and the Peer2Peer University Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi, 6/1/2010 by Stian H...
The purposes of OER The value of openness The Peer2Peer University Outline
If we don’t know what the purpose of an OER is, we won’t know what to consider when designing, we can’t begin to evaluate ...
Three purposes/uses Direct use Reuse/remix Transparency Production Four
Production
Lanzhou City University case study case study Have already been evaluating best courses internally since 2003. Developed s...
Direct use
OLI CMU mainpage
Reuse
CNX mainpage
Transparency
ou salamanca
Openness as a transformative value
Free as in speech/beer
free software
creative commons
ccmixter
Three pillars of openness Open license Open files/data Open collaboration
the story of a seed
wikipedia
a story enabled by openness
 
 
 
Case studies from India
nptel youtube
IIT Youtube 1
egyankosh yt
egyan tsp list
egyan book
ind textbook fpag
By making India’s research and teaching available you benefit the world – and India itself!
The Peer2Peer University
intro open ed I 90 90
Intro Oed schedule
RSTM week 1 top
RSTM week 1 small
RSTM Week 1 comments
 
 
 
 
 
Current status Developing new tech platform (based on Drupal) Support system for new course organizers Launching second cy...
Research questions Motivation, retention rates Actual learning happening Accessibility to different learners Link between ...
 
 
Thank you!  Stian Håklev [email_address] http://reganmian. net
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Open Educational Resources and Peer2Peer University

  1. Open Educational Resources and the Peer2Peer University Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi, 6/1/2010 by Stian Håklev Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
  2. The purposes of OER The value of openness The Peer2Peer University Outline
  3. If we don’t know what the purpose of an OER is, we won’t know what to consider when designing, we can’t begin to evaluate the quality, or measure the success Purposes of OER
  4. Three purposes/uses Direct use Reuse/remix Transparency Production Four
  5. Production
  6. Lanzhou City University case study case study Have already been evaluating best courses internally since 2003. Developed system of indicators of course quality Issue announcement, meeting of heads of departments Teaching committee to identify basic and advanced courses they could apply for Brought teachers together with computer department School gave certain amount of funding Clear philosophy: Construction of CQOCW will improve quality of all courses Not just about putting old courses online, but rethink content, teaching methodology, etc. Internal committee to evaluate courses, then invited 20 external experts - used online material, also sat in on classes In the end, 11 courses were selected for provincial CQOCW ( 浅 议 精品 课 程在教学工作中的作用 , 王雪引 )
  7. Direct use
  8. OLI CMU mainpage
  9. Reuse
  10. CNX mainpage
  11. Transparency
  12. ou salamanca
  13. Openness as a transformative value
  14. Free as in speech/beer
  15. free software
  16. creative commons
  17. ccmixter
  18. Three pillars of openness Open license Open files/data Open collaboration
  19. the story of a seed
  20. wikipedia
  21. a story enabled by openness
  22.  
  23.  
  24.  
  25. Case studies from India
  26. nptel youtube
  27. IIT Youtube 1
  28. egyankosh yt
  29. egyan tsp list
  30. egyan book
  31. ind textbook fpag
  32. By making India’s research and teaching available you benefit the world – and India itself!
  33. The Peer2Peer University
  34. intro open ed I 90 90
  35. Intro Oed schedule
  36. RSTM week 1 top
  37. RSTM week 1 small
  38. RSTM Week 1 comments
  39.  
  40.  
  41.  
  42.  
  43.  
  44. Current status Developing new tech platform (based on Drupal) Support system for new course organizers Launching second cycle Expanding to new languages Supporting research
  45. Research questions Motivation, retention rates Actual learning happening Accessibility to different learners Link between iterations of courses Pathways to formal accreditation Alternative ways of demonstrating learning
  46.  
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  48. Thank you! Stian Håklev [email_address] http://reganmian. net

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