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Share Everywhere : Create and                       Share Content with Legs                                               ...
Our backgroundsKathi Fletcher : Shuttleworth Foundation  FellowOERPUB - An OER Roadmap for an Ecosystem  of OER - Tools fo...
Anything inFormats in: Word, OpenOfficeGoogle Docs, LaTeXWeb pages, blogs, wikisProblem SetsMultimedia
Anything in                     Everything out                           =>                                =>Formats in: W...
Anything in                     Everything out                      Everywhere                           =>               ...
Anything in                     Everything out                       Everywhere                           =>              ...
Everything In – OERPUB Importer
Everything In : Word
Everything In : Word
Everything In: Wikipedia
Everything In: Wikipedia
Everything in: Google Docs
Everything in: Google Docs
Everything In : Web
Everything In : Web
Add Metadata
Publish
Everything Out (via Connexions now)6/17/11
Hold On : Something big is missing!             Look, but dont touch.
Hold On : Something big is missing!        That is better – now we can adapt              Look, but dont touch.
Hold On : Something big is missing!        That is better – now we can adapt              Look, but dont touch.
OK – But is that just a web editor?         That is better – now we can adapt               Look, but dont touch.
Yes, but here is where we are going
Attracting authors    Pleasing                Familiar                           Simple things are simple             ...
Familiar : Just type, standard toolbar
Learn by doing: Drag to add an exerciseClick to view 2 minute movie on dragging to add (start at 23 seconds)
Learn by doing: Drag to add an exercise
Learn by doing:Options show up in context
Learn by doing:Advanced options available under             gear
Rewards: Navigate by element
Rewards: LinkingClick to see a 1 minute video on Navigation and Linking
Rewards: Thanks for accessibility
Rewards: Thanks for accessibility
Rewards: Thanks for accessibility
Power: Math Editing (Live Preview)     Click to view 2 minute math editing video
Attracting authors    Pleasing                Familiar                Simple things are simple                Complica...
Important technical stuff    Open Source    Open Format (HTML5 for Education)    Style and Substance! But strictly sepa...
Participating Projects So Far
You can make it better:              Test the design!    We are testing the design here at Open Ed.    Come by C215. Mak...
Find out more / Get involved            No seriously!Email me:kathi.fletcher@shuttleworthfoundation.orgProject: http://oer...
Image AttributionsGold medal - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Ksiom, CC-BY-SACoffee Table Book – By User:Mattis (O...
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The OERPub team is making it easy to create and edit OER and expanding the options for publishing and sharing content. Last year we created an importer that takes content from Word, Google Docs, and blogs and makes it remixable by unifying the formats. We then used simple software hooks to publish the content to repositories like Connexions.

This year are adding an easy-to-use, open source document editor so that authors can create content from scratch or edit the content they imported. We are incorporating research-driven principles so that authors used to Word and Google Docs can still create beautiful remixable content. Rather than asking authors to learn complicated markup, we are using authors’ natural actions to provide just-in-time semantic choices and convenient templates for editing.

We are expanding the options for sharing OER (while still keeping it remixable) by making it possible to publish to institutional repositories as well as other projects that provide structured publishing like Connexions, Siyavula, Booktype and Open University. The underlying editor is built collaboratively and intended for use by many projects.

In this presentation we will unveil our design for a new collaboratively created open-source editor for OER and show how it can be used to create, edit, and publish content to OER libraries. We will highlight the research principles that were used to guide the editing experience and also show how other projects have participated with us and how new projects can get involved and incorporate the editor and adapt it for their content. The talk will be mostly non-technical focusing on the how and why, with pointers to the technical meat for reference.

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  1. 1. Share Everywhere : Create and Share Content with Legs Open Ed, October 2012, Vancouver Kathi Fletcher, Marvin ReimerPhotograph courtesy Joe Crawford (http://www.flickr.com/people/artlung/) under th Creative Commons Attribution License.
  2. 2. Our backgroundsKathi Fletcher : Shuttleworth Foundation FellowOERPUB - An OER Roadmap for an Ecosystem of OER - Tools for creating, publishing, and remixing OERMarvin Reimer : Lead Developer OERPUB converter/importer/semantic editor : Found project as Google Summer of Code student converting Google Docs to Connexions
  3. 3. Anything inFormats in: Word, OpenOfficeGoogle Docs, LaTeXWeb pages, blogs, wikisProblem SetsMultimedia
  4. 4. Anything in Everything out => =>Formats in: Word, OpenOfficeGoogle Docs, LaTeX Formats out: Web, Print,Web pages, blogs, wikis eBook, Document formats forProblem Sets handouts, LearningMultimedia Management Systems
  5. 5. Anything in Everything out Everywhere => =>Formats in: Word, OpenOffice Sharing: Connexions, Siyavula,Google Docs, LaTeX Formats out: Web, Print, Booktype, OCW sites, LearningWeb pages, blogs, wikis eBook, Document formats for Management SystemsProblem Sets handouts, LearningMultimedia Management Systems
  6. 6. Anything in Everything out Everywhere => => Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble, Lulu etc.Formats in: Word, OpenOffice Sharing: Connexions, Siyavula,Google Docs, LaTeX Formats out: Web, Print, Booktype, OCW sites, LearningWeb pages, blogs, wikis eBook, Document formats for Management SystemsProblem Sets handouts, Learning Publishing: Amazon, Apple,Multimedia Management Systems Barnes and Noble, Lulu etc.
  7. 7. Everything In – OERPUB Importer
  8. 8. Everything In : Word
  9. 9. Everything In : Word
  10. 10. Everything In: Wikipedia
  11. 11. Everything In: Wikipedia
  12. 12. Everything in: Google Docs
  13. 13. Everything in: Google Docs
  14. 14. Everything In : Web
  15. 15. Everything In : Web
  16. 16. Add Metadata
  17. 17. Publish
  18. 18. Everything Out (via Connexions now)6/17/11
  19. 19. Hold On : Something big is missing! Look, but dont touch.
  20. 20. Hold On : Something big is missing! That is better – now we can adapt Look, but dont touch.
  21. 21. Hold On : Something big is missing! That is better – now we can adapt Look, but dont touch.
  22. 22. OK – But is that just a web editor? That is better – now we can adapt Look, but dont touch.
  23. 23. Yes, but here is where we are going
  24. 24. Attracting authors Pleasing  Familiar  Simple things are simple  Model like Word or Google Docs  Learn by Doing  Complicated things are possible and you can learn by doing, tools are visible  Immediate Rewards  Any additional work is immediately valuable
  25. 25. Familiar : Just type, standard toolbar
  26. 26. Learn by doing: Drag to add an exerciseClick to view 2 minute movie on dragging to add (start at 23 seconds)
  27. 27. Learn by doing: Drag to add an exercise
  28. 28. Learn by doing:Options show up in context
  29. 29. Learn by doing:Advanced options available under gear
  30. 30. Rewards: Navigate by element
  31. 31. Rewards: LinkingClick to see a 1 minute video on Navigation and Linking
  32. 32. Rewards: Thanks for accessibility
  33. 33. Rewards: Thanks for accessibility
  34. 34. Rewards: Thanks for accessibility
  35. 35. Power: Math Editing (Live Preview) Click to view 2 minute math editing video
  36. 36. Attracting authors Pleasing  Familiar  Simple things are simple  Complicated things are possible and you can learn by doing, tools are visible  Immediate Rewards Powerful  Edit once, deliver to learners on multiple devices Pays off  Deliver to popular repositories and channels
  37. 37. Important technical stuff Open Source Open Format (HTML5 for Education) Style and Substance! But strictly separate. Modular/Customizable : Use the editor on many different sites, pick and choose functions and semantics
  38. 38. Participating Projects So Far
  39. 39. You can make it better: Test the design! We are testing the design here at Open Ed. Come by C215. Make a difference for 15 minutes and get some swag.  TODAY 2:00pm  Tomorrow 1:30pm  Thursday 10:30am Tell your friends also. We will be tweeting times and locations using #opened12
  40. 40. Find out more / Get involved No seriously!Email me:kathi.fletcher@shuttleworthfoundation.orgProject: http://oerpub.orgCode: http://github.com/oerpubBlog: kefletcher.blogspot.com
  41. 41. Image AttributionsGold medal - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Ksiom, CC-BY-SACoffee Table Book – By User:Mattis (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsPackage - By GNOME icon artists (GNOME SVN / GNOME FTP) [GPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)], via Wikimedia CommonsTranslation - By Jesse Burgheimer [GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA- 3.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/), GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], via Wikimedia CommonsMouth - By Felsir at en.wikipedia [CC-BY-SA-2.5-2.0-1.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5-2.0-1.0) or GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], from Wikimedia CommonsMagnifying glass – By David Vignoni [LGPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html)], via Wikimedia CommonsSchool room – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:MrHarman – CC-BY-SAIntelligent tutor – By Richard Wilson (died 1782) [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsEditing pencil - By Everaldo Coelho (YellowIcon) [LGPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html)], via Wikimedia CommonsBlackberry phone : By Ricmoo at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia

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