2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />1<br />HMID 6303:  Current Trends and Issues in Instructional Technology<br />
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />2<br />A Collaborative Study on the Trends and Issues in Instructional Technology<br /...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />3<br />Opener # 4<br />Leveraged Resources and <br />OpenCourseWare<br />Slides Presen...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />4<br />Do you know …<br />free, searchable, open access resources and course contents ...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />5<br />….are available in your own home, <br />library and office!<br />Are you ready ...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />6<br />We will discuss ….<br />1. The OCW Revolution<br />2. The OCW movements:<br /><...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />7<br />1. The OCW Revolution<br />
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />8<br />Placing of free, searchable and open access university resources and course con...
Before OCW…<br />Universities compete to divide and sell pieces of courses through e-learning platform<br />2/27/2010<br /...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />10<br />Prof. Dick Yue, the key designer of MIT OCW, and his committee were not convin...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />11<br />Instead, MIT found a new game plan by offering all its course contents for fre...
Birth of OCW<br />Excerpt<br />“This is something bigger than MIT. …..we very much hope that OpenCourseWare will draw othe...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />13<br />2. The OCW movements:<br /><ul><li>MIT, Pakistan, Taiwan, China & Others</li><...
The Pakistani OCW Movement<br />Pakistani youth learning MIT course contents<br />Affordable, excellent supplements<br />M...
OOPShttp://www.myoops.org/twocw/<br />Taiwan’s OpensourceOpencourseware Prototype System<br />Mr. Lucifer Chu<br />2,200 v...
OOPShttp://www.myoops.org/twocw/<br />Translated courses and shared OER from Taiwan on ‘how to survive a catastrophe’ for ...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />18<br />3. OCW Offspring<br />
Some OCW’s Offspring<br />View the member page in the OCW Consortium (http://www.ocwconsortium.org/members/consortium-memb...
Some OCW’s Offspring<br />National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), an joint OCW project by IIT and IIS,...
2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />21<br />4. OCW and the Right to Education<br />
OCW – Current Development<br />Though not credentialed or graded, OCW provides Level One Knowledge – basic facts and a bas...
OCW – Current Development<br />Emergence of compilations of top OCW for self-learners: <br />	- Online Education Database ...
OCW – Current Development<br />Emergence of community of open study groups for short online courses in Jan 2009<br />	- Pe...
OCW – Predictions<br />OCW contents become more comprehensive, authentic and interactive<br />Contents will find accredita...
OCW – Predictions<br />The OCW /OER revolution and technology have made universal, free and open access to knowledge possi...
OCW – The Vision<br />The revolution will fulfill the UN’s provision:<br />‘Everyone has a right to education. Education s...
Last but not least…..<br />Thank you very much<br />To<br />Professor Curtis J. Bonk <br />For sharing <br />THE World is ...
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  1. 1. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />1<br />HMID 6303: Current Trends and Issues in Instructional Technology<br />
  2. 2. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />2<br />A Collaborative Study on the Trends and Issues in Instructional Technology<br />Authored By<br />Prof. Dr. Curtis J. Bonk<br />
  3. 3. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />3<br />Opener # 4<br />Leveraged Resources and <br />OpenCourseWare<br />Slides Presented by: Imran Chen<br />Unless specified, all contents in the following slides are quoted, paraphrased, and synthesized from “The World is Open”.<br />The slide template is used with permission from http://www.articulate.com<br />
  4. 4. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />4<br />Do you know …<br />free, searchable, open access resources and course contents from experts of world’s top universities…<br />
  5. 5. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />5<br />….are available in your own home, <br />library and office!<br />Are you ready for the Open Courseware (OCW) movement?<br />
  6. 6. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />6<br />We will discuss ….<br />1. The OCW Revolution<br />2. The OCW movements:<br /><ul><li>MIT, Pakistan, Taiwan & Others</li></ul>3. OCW Offspring<br />4. OCW and the Right to Education<br />
  7. 7. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />7<br />1. The OCW Revolution<br />
  8. 8. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />8<br />Placing of free, searchable and open access university resources and course contents on the Internet<br />What is Open Courseware (OCW)?<br />W.W.W.<br />
  9. 9. Before OCW…<br />Universities compete to divide and sell pieces of courses through e-learning platform<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />9<br />
  10. 10. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />10<br />Prof. Dick Yue, the key designer of MIT OCW, and his committee were not convinced the profit-side of e-learning would make economic sense<br />
  11. 11. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />11<br />Instead, MIT found a new game plan by offering all its course contents for free in the Internet<br />MIT led the way to a free and open side of education called OCW <br />
  12. 12. Birth of OCW<br />Excerpt<br />“This is something bigger than MIT. …..we very much hope that OpenCourseWare will draw other universities to do the same. …. we have a world wide web of knowledge that raises the quality of learning – and ultimately, the quality of life – around the globe.” (para 17)<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />12<br />Announcement by MIT President Mr. Charles M. Vest on April 4, 2001, ..…<br />Photo retrieved Feb 27, 2010 from <br />http://tech.mit.edu/V121/N16/16ocw.16n.html<br />Retrieved Feb 27, 2010 from http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2001/ocw.html<br />
  13. 13. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />13<br />2. The OCW movements:<br /><ul><li>MIT, Pakistan, Taiwan, China & Others</li></li></ul><li>The MIT’s OCW Movementhttp://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/home/home/index.htm<br />By early 2009, 1,890 classes online<br />200 mirror sites<br />35 million people since inception<br />One million visitors per month<br />750,000 visitors / month to translated courses<br />Attracted many new partners, etc.<br />Practical feedback and info to validate new concepts, formulas & theories<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />14<br />
  14. 14. The Pakistani OCW Movement<br />Pakistani youth learning MIT course contents<br />Affordable, excellent supplements<br />Materials in CD-ROM, printed and shared <br />Use OCW to explore new courses<br />Contents translated into different languages<br />More organizations & universities are involved in OCW<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />15<br />
  15. 15. OOPShttp://www.myoops.org/twocw/<br />Taiwan’s OpensourceOpencourseware Prototype System<br />Mr. Lucifer Chu<br />2,200 volunteer translators in 22 countries<br />Translate text & media files to Chinese<br />3rd Organization to sign translation agreement with MIT<br />Localizing the MIT OCW web site<br />1,300 adopted courses & 800 completed<br />By 2009, expected visitors – over 2.2 m<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />16<br />
  16. 16. OOPShttp://www.myoops.org/twocw/<br />Translated courses and shared OER from Taiwan on ‘how to survive a catastrophe’ for the 2008 Sichuan, China, earthquake survivors <br />Translation process works like Wikipedia<br />Global community of practice and spirit<br />Different from CORE (http://www.core.org.cn/en/ ) which translates Chinese to English for the world<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />17<br />
  17. 17. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />18<br />3. OCW Offspring<br />
  18. 18. Some OCW’s Offspring<br />View the member page in the OCW Consortium (http://www.ocwconsortium.org/members/consortium-members.html) which consists of institutions, associated consortiums, affiliates and corporation members offering OCW<br />Open Yale Courses (not a member to the Consortium) (http://oyc.yale.edu/ ) are available in streaming video or audio<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />19<br />
  19. 19. Some OCW’s Offspring<br />National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), an joint OCW project by IIT and IIS, shared video engineering courses in YouTube (http://youtube.com/iit )<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />20<br />
  20. 20. 2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />21<br />4. OCW and the Right to Education<br />
  21. 21. OCW – Current Development<br />Though not credentialed or graded, OCW provides Level One Knowledge – basic facts and a base of learning<br />OCW extended to K-12 education <br />Availability of Open-access journals, open courses and open books<br />The rise of OCW Consortium (http://www.ocwconsortium.org/ ), OER Commons (http://www.oercommons.org/ ) , & Open Knowledge Foundation (http://www.okfn.org/) to organize and promote open learning and knowledge <br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />22<br />
  22. 22. OCW – Current Development<br />Emergence of compilations of top OCW for self-learners: <br /> - Online Education Database (http://oedb.org/library/beginning-online-learning/ ) - 100 free padcasts from the best colleges in the world<br /> - Open Culture (http://www.openculture.com/2007/07/freeonlinecourses.html ) - 250 free online courses from top universities<br />Abolishment of exclusive control over knowledge rights<br />The movement invites more people into the learning community with free and open access<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />23<br />
  23. 23. OCW – Current Development<br />Emergence of community of open study groups for short online courses in Jan 2009<br /> - Peer-to-Peer University (http://p2pu.org/ ) which promotes ‘Learning for everyone, by everyone, about almost anything’<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />24<br />
  24. 24. OCW – Predictions<br />OCW contents become more comprehensive, authentic and interactive<br />Contents will find accreditation<br />Self-designing of repackaged curriculum <br />OCW Consortium approved certificates or degrees<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />25<br />
  25. 25. OCW – Predictions<br />The OCW /OER revolution and technology have made universal, free and open access to knowledge possible<br />Governmental and organizational support, indexing and marketing of courses<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />26<br />
  26. 26. OCW – The Vision<br />The revolution will fulfill the UN’s provision:<br />‘Everyone has a right to education. Education should be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stage…..’<br />(Article 26 – Universal Declaration of Human Rights)<br />Full text of Article 26 available on<br />http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/index.shtml#a26<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />27<br />
  27. 27. Last but not least…..<br />Thank you very much<br />To<br />Professor Curtis J. Bonk <br />For sharing <br />THE World is Open<br />With us and the world<br />2/27/2010<br />HMID 6303 - OUM<br />28<br />

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