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Creating OER                David Wiley, PhDInstructional Psychology and Technology / CITES            Brigham Young Unive...
Educational ResourcesLet’s start with what we already know
Established ResearchFrom instructional design and learning sciences
Design Effective Materials Outcome-Assessment-Content alignment  Spacing effect and practice scheduling   Split-attention ...
On-Campus Expertise Center for Teaching and Learning     Distance Learning Unit             Faculty
How Are OER Different?
Permissions    Reuse    Revise    Remix  Redistribute
The most widely adopted method for granting             4Rs permissions
However...Only the copyright holder can apply a CC license
Who Owns the Rights?To work produced by faculty, CTL, and DL
Who Owns the Rights?To work “borrowed” by faculty, CTL, and DL
Creating OERTypically involves “copyright clearance”
So to Create OER...     Create effective ER Copyright clearance process    Apply a CC license
A Few Models...
“Classroom Exhaust”     Post-processing by staff ($15k / course)Enlightened faculty (reduced post-processing, $5k)   Stude...
CTL and Distance Learning    Post-processing by staff (expensive)  Plan to share (“Do it right the first time”)    Aggregat...
What Does It Cost?You’re already paying for most of it
Real Costs    Create effective ERCopyright clearance process   Apply a CC license
Real Costs    Create effective ERCopyright clearance process   Apply a CC license
Research on CostsJohansen, J. & Wiley, D. (in press). A SustainableModel for OpenCourseWare Development.Educational Techno...
Results on Cost    In an enlightened process DL model,additional cost was less than $250 per course
Results on CostExtra revenue from paid DL registrations    was more than $250 per course
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Creating OER in an Institutional Context

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Very brief (15 minute) presentation about Creating OERs in the institutional context. Presented at the Apple University Executive Forum, April, 2011.

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Creating OER in an Institutional Context

  1. 1. Creating OER David Wiley, PhDInstructional Psychology and Technology / CITES Brigham Young University
  2. 2. Educational ResourcesLet’s start with what we already know
  3. 3. Established ResearchFrom instructional design and learning sciences
  4. 4. Design Effective Materials Outcome-Assessment-Content alignment Spacing effect and practice scheduling Split-attention effect in multimedia (Etc.)
  5. 5. On-Campus Expertise Center for Teaching and Learning Distance Learning Unit Faculty
  6. 6. How Are OER Different?
  7. 7. Permissions Reuse Revise Remix Redistribute
  8. 8. The most widely adopted method for granting 4Rs permissions
  9. 9. However...Only the copyright holder can apply a CC license
  10. 10. Who Owns the Rights?To work produced by faculty, CTL, and DL
  11. 11. Who Owns the Rights?To work “borrowed” by faculty, CTL, and DL
  12. 12. Creating OERTypically involves “copyright clearance”
  13. 13. So to Create OER... Create effective ER Copyright clearance process Apply a CC license
  14. 14. A Few Models...
  15. 15. “Classroom Exhaust” Post-processing by staff ($15k / course)Enlightened faculty (reduced post-processing, $5k) Student processing for credit (they pay you)
  16. 16. CTL and Distance Learning Post-processing by staff (expensive) Plan to share (“Do it right the first time”) Aggregate Before you Create (ABC)
  17. 17. What Does It Cost?You’re already paying for most of it
  18. 18. Real Costs Create effective ERCopyright clearance process Apply a CC license
  19. 19. Real Costs Create effective ERCopyright clearance process Apply a CC license
  20. 20. Research on CostsJohansen, J. & Wiley, D. (in press). A SustainableModel for OpenCourseWare Development.Educational Technology Research and Development. http://hdl.lib.byu.edu/1877/2353
  21. 21. Results on Cost In an enlightened process DL model,additional cost was less than $250 per course
  22. 22. Results on CostExtra revenue from paid DL registrations was more than $250 per course
  23. 23. http://davidwiley.org/

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