Nebraska State College System  Open Education Summit        David Wiley, PhD    Lumen / Shuttleworth / BYU
Education is Sharing Teachers with students Students with teachers
Teachers Share With Students       Knowledge and skills      Feedback and criticism         Encouragement
Students Share With Teachers           Questions          Assignments              Tests
Successful Educators Share most compeltely with the most students
If there is no sharing…   there is no education.
Knowledge is MagicalCan be given without being given away
Physical Expressions Are Not To give a book you must give it away
Expressions Are DifferentTo give a book you must give it away
When Expressions Are Digital    They also become magical
Unprecedented Capacity We can share as never before
Unprecedented CapacityWe can educate as never before
Except We Can’t© forbids copying, distributing, and editing
© Cancels the Possibilities Of digital media and the internet
Internet                 CopyrightEnables                   Forbids           What to do?
Use copyright to enforce sharing
The 4Rs    Reuse – copy verbatim    Revise – adapt and editRemix – combine with other OERRedistribute – share with others
4Rs and Copyrighthttp://creativecommons.org/
What are Open Educational   Resources (OER)?(1) Any kind of teaching materials –      textbooks, syllabi, lesson   plans, ...
What are Open Educational   Resources (OER)?(2) Are free for anyone to access, and(3) Include free permission to engage   ...
Internet                 OEREnables                 Allows    Sharing and educating at      unprecedented scale
Examples of OERWhat do they look like?
Many Questions About OER   Do they really save money?  Do students learn from them?
OER in CrescendoIn secondary and postsecondary contexts
Open High School of UtahPublic, fully online charter school  400 students in grades 9-12    Adding 7-8 in 2013-2014
Open High School of Utah Charter mandates use of OER 76% whole school proficiency
Education’s Golden Ratio  Learning outcomes / dollar
%      Content + LMS Proficiency         Proficient     Cost      per Dollar     UVA    58%         $380         0.15UVA (...
Utah Open Textbook Project    6000 students, 30 teachers  Secondary science classrooms   Adapted CK12.org textbooks     Ve...
Utah Open Textbook Project   $4.99 per book ($80/$11.43)       +5.1% in CRT scores
Utah Open Textbook Project     Fall 2013: 75k students science7-9 math and 6-8 LA under development            USOE goal o...
Project Kaleidoscope8 community colleges and OA 4 year schoolsAggregate OER-based textbook replacements
Project Kaleidoscope     11 GE courses; 9,000 students Dropped required textbook cost to $0Average change was +14% in succ...
Why?OER mean full access to course content    from the very first day of class
Textbook ZeroAssociates of Business Administration 100% OER pathway through degree  Decreases cost of degree by 30%
OER in Crescendoclassroom > whole school > statewide  course > entire degree program
Continue the CrescendoAnalytics and Continuous Improvement
Each and Every Interaction Recorded and stored for analysis
If Only We Could Get Data!We could do analyses (aka research) too
Canvas
Even the Grocer!  Almost every industry (1) gathers and(2) uses data more effectively than we do
Openness?Weren’t we talking about OER?
Learning AnalyticsWho and what needs help
How Useful?When you don’t have permission to       fix what’s broken
OpennessPermission to make improvements
How Useful?When you don’t know what to change
Openness + AnalyticsWhat to fix + permission to fix it!
It’s About Learning Increasing learning by:     lowering costs    enabling faculty
Lots More to Talk About!    http://davidwiley.org/
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    1. 1. Nebraska State College System Open Education Summit David Wiley, PhD Lumen / Shuttleworth / BYU
    2. 2. Education is Sharing Teachers with students Students with teachers
    3. 3. Teachers Share With Students Knowledge and skills Feedback and criticism Encouragement
    4. 4. Students Share With Teachers Questions Assignments Tests
    5. 5. Successful Educators Share most compeltely with the most students
    6. 6. If there is no sharing… there is no education.
    7. 7. Knowledge is MagicalCan be given without being given away
    8. 8. Physical Expressions Are Not To give a book you must give it away
    9. 9. Expressions Are DifferentTo give a book you must give it away
    10. 10. When Expressions Are Digital They also become magical
    11. 11. Unprecedented Capacity We can share as never before
    12. 12. Unprecedented CapacityWe can educate as never before
    13. 13. Except We Can’t© forbids copying, distributing, and editing
    14. 14. © Cancels the Possibilities Of digital media and the internet
    15. 15. Internet CopyrightEnables Forbids What to do?
    16. 16. Use copyright to enforce sharing
    17. 17. The 4Rs Reuse – copy verbatim Revise – adapt and editRemix – combine with other OERRedistribute – share with others
    18. 18. 4Rs and Copyrighthttp://creativecommons.org/
    19. 19. What are Open Educational Resources (OER)?(1) Any kind of teaching materials – textbooks, syllabi, lesson plans, videos, readings, exams
    20. 20. What are Open Educational Resources (OER)?(2) Are free for anyone to access, and(3) Include free permission to engage in the 4R activities
    21. 21. Internet OEREnables Allows Sharing and educating at unprecedented scale
    22. 22. Examples of OERWhat do they look like?
    23. 23. Many Questions About OER Do they really save money? Do students learn from them?
    24. 24. OER in CrescendoIn secondary and postsecondary contexts
    25. 25. Open High School of UtahPublic, fully online charter school 400 students in grades 9-12 Adding 7-8 in 2013-2014
    26. 26. Open High School of Utah Charter mandates use of OER 76% whole school proficiency
    27. 27. Education’s Golden Ratio Learning outcomes / dollar
    28. 28. % Content + LMS Proficiency Proficient Cost per Dollar UVA 58% $380 0.15UVA (90%) 58% $38 1.52 OHSU 76% $18 4.22
    29. 29. Utah Open Textbook Project 6000 students, 30 teachers Secondary science classrooms Adapted CK12.org textbooks Very few digital devices
    30. 30. Utah Open Textbook Project $4.99 per book ($80/$11.43) +5.1% in CRT scores
    31. 31. Utah Open Textbook Project Fall 2013: 75k students science7-9 math and 6-8 LA under development USOE goal of 6-12
    32. 32. Project Kaleidoscope8 community colleges and OA 4 year schoolsAggregate OER-based textbook replacements
    33. 33. Project Kaleidoscope 11 GE courses; 9,000 students Dropped required textbook cost to $0Average change was +14% in success rate
    34. 34. Why?OER mean full access to course content from the very first day of class
    35. 35. Textbook ZeroAssociates of Business Administration 100% OER pathway through degree Decreases cost of degree by 30%
    36. 36. OER in Crescendoclassroom > whole school > statewide course > entire degree program
    37. 37. Continue the CrescendoAnalytics and Continuous Improvement
    38. 38. Each and Every Interaction Recorded and stored for analysis
    39. 39. If Only We Could Get Data!We could do analyses (aka research) too
    40. 40. Canvas
    41. 41. Even the Grocer! Almost every industry (1) gathers and(2) uses data more effectively than we do
    42. 42. Openness?Weren’t we talking about OER?
    43. 43. Learning AnalyticsWho and what needs help
    44. 44. How Useful?When you don’t have permission to fix what’s broken
    45. 45. OpennessPermission to make improvements
    46. 46. How Useful?When you don’t know what to change
    47. 47. Openness + AnalyticsWhat to fix + permission to fix it!
    48. 48. It’s About Learning Increasing learning by: lowering costs enabling faculty
    49. 49. Lots More to Talk About! http://davidwiley.org/

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