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The Student Experience as OER

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Joseph Pickett
MIT OpenCourseWare

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The Student Experience as OER

  1. 1. THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE AS OER: SHARING PROJECT-BASED COURSES Joe Pickett Publication Director MIT OpenCourseWare March, 2017
  2. 2. MIT OCW stats (as of March, 2017)  2,389 course sites  58 supplemental resource sites  1,035 openly archived sites  114 sites with full video lectures  81 other sites with instructional video resources  51 openly published textbooks
  3. 3. MIT OCW site usage (as of March, 2017)  228 million total visits since inception  145 million unique visitors since inception  2.2 – 2.5 million visits per month  1.3 – 1.5 million unique visitors per month  350 mirror drives  OCW Educator portal: 30,000 visits per month
  4. 4. The Challenge: OCW’s mission is to openly share instructional materials created by MIT faculty across the MIT curriculum. OCW shares what happens on the MIT campus, including approaches to pedagogy. Many courses that distinguish the educational experience at MIT are project-based, discussion-based, or otherwise involve active learning. Increasingly, instructors engage students in helping shape what happens in class. How can OCW represent this side of the MIT curriculum with the world?
  5. 5. Sharing Student Experiences  Student work: papers and presentations  ChemLab Bootcamp (not scalable)
  6. 6. Sharing Student Experiences—going forward  Multiple iterations of student projects: videogames, sound designs, videos, as well as papers and presentations  Student blogs and vlogs  Interviews with students at course’s end
  7. 7. Three project-based course sites  CMS.611J Creating Video Games  6.811 Principles and Practice of Assistive Technology  20.219 Becoming the Next Bill Nye: Writing and Hosting the Educational Show
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  33. 33. THANK YOU!!!

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