Oer11 presentation v2

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Presentation by Chris Pegler at OER11, Manchester, 11th May 2011

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Oer11 presentation v2

  1. 1. CSI:Milton KeynesIn search of the OER user<br />Chris Pegler<br />Open University and ORIOLE<br />
  2. 2. ORIOLE project<br />Open Resources: Influence on Learners and Educators <br />orioleproject.blogspot.com <br />By: Perpetualplumhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/perpetualplum/3729882822/<br /> Investigating sharing <br /> & use of open resources<br />MEET ORIOLE<br />Phase 1 will explore reuse of resources via survey and a retreat. Chris Pegler: National Teaching Fellowship<br />Community<br />Practice<br />ADVISORY: IT’S A VERY NEW PROJECT<br />Research<br />Sharing<br />Using<br />
  3. 3. Forensic examination … ?<br />Good News : Good News<br />Impact of OER study lead by Oxford University (David White & Liz Masterman) oerblog.conted.ox.ac.uk<br />National Teaching Fellowship<br />The keen team: Helen Beetham, Isobel Falconer, Allison Littlejohn, Lou McGill + on the home team Patrick McAndrew and Karen Cropper +++<br />By Roscoe Van Damme http://www.flickr.com/photos/alcoholicaman/2131779428/<br />By RambergMediaImages http://www.flickr.com/photos/rmgimages/4881843809/<br />12. SPEED/TIME<br />5. FUNDING<br />Do you need a resource fast? Don’t have the time to make one? Do you search and reuse? If so, does time searching really pay off? <br />If funding is available to get involved in using, making or sharing resources, then perhaps that is reason enough to get involved? <br />Purpose<br />Purpose<br />Concerns<br />Concerns<br />Quality<br />Quality<br />Technology<br />Technology<br />Resources<br />Resources<br />
  4. 4. The view from MK7 6AA<br />
  5. 5. Where are we coming from? <br /> Promise<br /> Practice<br />What we think/say<br />OER<br />will offer<br />Where we find out what OER<br />offers<br />By: Perpetualplum http://www.flickr.com/photos/perpetualplum/3729882822/<br /> ORIOLE PROJECT <br />
  6. 6. Who is using? Where? Why? <br />Our survey (open to 25 May) addresses Who, Where and Why questions.<br />Personal interest in why?<br />Please, please, <br />PLEASE do the survey<br />- Its at<br />orioleproject.blogspot.com<br />
  7. 7. How are they using?<br />Three types of answer:<br />Technically<br />Pedagogically<br />Business model<br />These are inter-connected … we can over-focus on tech.<br />
  8. 8. Not just using but choosing?<br />Initially we talked of ‘critical mass’ <br />We have ‘mass’ <br />How do users locate the most appropriate option?<br />
  9. 9. So where is the user? Who is it?<br />Repurposed from Policy-Police.blogspot.com by Steve Davies (aka Fevered_Steve)<br />
  10. 10. Just about everyone?<br />Repurposed from Policy-Police.blogspot.com by Steve Davies (aka Fevered_Steve)<br />
  11. 11. Resources were reused in the making of this presentation: Thanks to …<br />Flickr users: <br />aseraphin; rmgimages; thomashawk; welovepandas; dcmetroblogger; bisgovuk; nutakoch; atomicbartbeans; tobanblack; alcoholicaman; bludgeoner86; dullhunk; jasonmichael; creepysleepy; _dchris; danardvincente; springfieldhomer; kevinyezbick; donsolo; hoyvinmayvin; adam_t4; henryfaber; chadwho1ders; warrenski; sludgeulper; renaissancechambara; reanjos; el_ramon; mag3737; db4dawn; gubatron; thomasthomas; martin-kliehm; baluxp; strawberrymaya; Masked_Bob and mckirsch<br />Fevered_steveof Policy-Police (Steve Davies) <br />As well as Creative Commons, Google Maps, Moo and commons.wikimedia.org<br />Also thanks to the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme<br />
  12. 12. Plans & questions<br />‘resourceful’?<br />05-26 May Survey is LIVE13-14 June Really Reuseful Retreat,<br /> Woburn<br />July onwards Reporting + comment Community building<br />c.a.pegler@open.ac.uk<br />Cards can be accessed and reused from the ORIOLE SHOP @orioleproject.blogspot.com <br />

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