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OpenMed Torino Week: introduction Module 3

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OpenMed Torino Week: introduction Module 3

  1. 1. www.openMedproject.eu Introduction to Module 3: OPENING UP EDUCATION THROUGH OER AND MOOCS
  2. 2. www.openMedproject.eu Do you know how to Find OER? Reuse OER? Create OER? Embed Moocs into teaching?
  3. 3. www.openMedproject.eu Learning outcomes of Module 3 1. Recognise the main aspects defining the notion of Open Educational Resources (OER). 2. Effectively search for high quality OER relevant to your teaching. 3. Reuse and adapt OER 4. Create and share OER. 5. Recognise different interpretations of ‘openness’ in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). 6. Differentiate pedagogical approaches underpinning the design of MOOCs. 7. Integrate MOOCs into campus-based learning.
  4. 4. www.openMedproject.eu Structure of Module 3 3.1. Key Principles and Practical considerations 3.2. Finding OER 3.3. Reusing, Revising & Remixing OER 3.4. Creating & Sharing your own resources as OER 3.5. Unpacking MOOCs 3.6. Learning with MOOCs on campus
  5. 5. www.openMedproject.eu 1. Key principles, considerations, definitions Source: Openness spectrum of Creative Commons Licenses. Paul Stacey, CC BY 4.0
  6. 6. www.openMedproject.eu 2. Finding OER
  7. 7. www.openMedproject.eu 3.3. Reusing, Revising & Remixing OER https://www.oercommons.org/open-author-about
  8. 8. www.openMedproject.eu 3.4. Creating and sharing your own resources as OER http://www.open.edu/openlearncreate/
  9. 9. www.openMedproject.eu 3.4. Unpacking MOOCs Illustration by Mathieu Plourde CC-BY
  10. 10. www.openMedproject.eu 3.6. Learning with MOOCs on campus https://www.p2pu.org
  11. 11. www.openMedproject.eu Activities 1. Reflect on OER in your context 2. Finding OER 3. Quiz 4. Create OER Project work: How will you open your project? • Will you be using existing OER? If so, how will you look for them? • Will you be transforming your resources into OER? How will you do that? • Will you be producing new content that you will release as OER? How will you promote that for other users?

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