VSS 2010 - OER 101: Theory and Practice

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This presentation defines open educational resources, both in theory and in practice, and describes important differences between these. This presentation introduces the "Linkable and Free" (LAF) view of OER and the Window Shopping metaphor for reusing LAF resources.

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  • VSS 2010 - OER 101: Theory and Practice

    1. 1. OER 101 Theory and Practice David Wiley Instructional Psychology and Technology Brigham Young University #VSS2010 Workshop on Open Educational Resources
    2. 2. Download These Slides http://slideshare.net/opencontent
    3. 3. First, the Theory Let’s define open educational resources
    4. 4. Educational Resources Textbooks, lesson plans, homework, assessments, videos, pictures, games, etc.
    5. 5. “Open” Describes ER Let’s define by considering (1) unrelated, (2) necessary but not sufficient, (3) fully specified
    6. 6. Unrelated Online Multiple authors Interactive Multimedia Integrates social media
    7. 7. Necessary But Not Sufficient Free
    8. 8. Online Multiple authors Interactive Multimedia Integrates social media Free … But not an OER
    9. 9. OER, Fully Specified Free 4R Permissions 4Rs Technically Enabled
    10. 10. 4R Permissions Reuse Revise Remix Redistribute
    11. 11. Offers easy to use 4R’s licenses
    12. 12. 4Rs Technically Enabled Technology employed does not interfere with users exercising the 4R permissions
    13. 13. Open Educational Resources Free 4R Permissions 4Rs Technically Enabled
    14. 14. So That’s the Theory What’s the practice?
    15. 15. Practice is Fast and Loose For many people, open means only: Linkable and Free
    16. 16. Why Does It Matter? The Web gives use free, linkable access to billions of resources!
    17. 17. Window Shopping With “Linkable and Free” resources you can look but you can’t touch
    18. 18. Local Control & Empowerment If you can’t make and distribute your own copies, you’re always at the mercy of vendors’ whims
    19. 19. Continuous Quality Improvement If you can’t make revisions when necessary your organization can’t get better
    20. 20. Open is an Ideal For a variety of (good) reasons, the ideal is approximated with varying fidelity
    21. 21. A Spirit of Openness We welcome and appreciate everyone’s efforts toward sharing and being open
    22. 22. Some Examples Find OER through advanced searches or collections
    23. 23. Thank You http://davidwiley.org/ @opencontent david.wiley@gmail.com

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