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An Overview of OER in K-12
Rhonda Jessen @rljessen
Link to this slide deck bit.ly/1bHTRCP
Attribution
Slides from David Wiley & Verena Roberts & Rhonda Jessen
Moving Beyond “The Binder”
The
Binder
The
Floppy
Disk
The
Hard
Disk
The CD
The
Flash
Drive
The
Internet
Open
Sharing
The Sharing Continuum
How much do people share on the Internet?
Pie Chart showing 1% rule by Life of Riley http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1%25_rul...
Sharing Time – What’s Stopping Us?
• Why do we share?
• Why don’t we share?
• Why do some people share and some people don...
http://ectechhornet.blogspot.ca/2012/08/adding-video-to-edmodo-4-simple.html
@OpenContent
Education is Sharing
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
@OpenContent
About Creative Commons Licenses
Types of Creative Commons Licenses
Finding Creative Commons Work
• The Creative Commons search engine searches the following popular sites (and
others):
• Fl...
Discussion – How do you use CC?
• Do you use Creative Commons licensed material in your courses?
• How do you find it?
• H...
Adding a Creative Commons license to your work
• Choosing a license at creativecommons.org to generate and embed
code and ...
Creative Commons and the ADLC
• Frank McCallum says:
• “If teachers are working on something that is already in existence,...
@OpenContent
OER Repositories
• CK-12
• Khan Academy
• Wikimedia Commons
• BC Open Textbook Project
Brainstorming Session
• How could your subject or grade-level team start including
OER in your courses?
Upcoming Open Opportunities
• Next session April 13th with Verena Roberts in Calgary
• Exploring Open Education & OERs Apr...
Keep it Open
• Link to this slide deck bit.ly/1bHTRCP
• Rhonda Jessen @rljessen
• RhondaJessen.com
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Introduction to Open Educational Resources in K-12 for presentation at Alberta Distance Learning Centre March 30, 2015

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  1. 1. An Overview of OER in K-12 Rhonda Jessen @rljessen Link to this slide deck bit.ly/1bHTRCP
  2. 2. Attribution Slides from David Wiley & Verena Roberts & Rhonda Jessen
  3. 3. Moving Beyond “The Binder”
  4. 4. The Binder The Floppy Disk The Hard Disk The CD The Flash Drive The Internet Open Sharing The Sharing Continuum
  5. 5. How much do people share on the Internet? Pie Chart showing 1% rule by Life of Riley http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1%25_rule_%28Internet_culture%29
  6. 6. Sharing Time – What’s Stopping Us? • Why do we share? • Why don’t we share? • Why do some people share and some people don’t?
  7. 7. http://ectechhornet.blogspot.ca/2012/08/adding-video-to-edmodo-4-simple.html
  8. 8. @OpenContent Education is Sharing
  9. 9. @OpenContent
  10. 10. @OpenContent
  11. 11. @OpenContent
  12. 12. @OpenContent
  13. 13. @OpenContent
  14. 14. @OpenContent
  15. 15. @OpenContent
  16. 16. @OpenContent
  17. 17. @OpenContent
  18. 18. About Creative Commons Licenses
  19. 19. Types of Creative Commons Licenses
  20. 20. Finding Creative Commons Work • The Creative Commons search engine searches the following popular sites (and others): • Flickr (photos and short videos) • Wikimedia Commons (photos, images, charts, graphs) • Soundcloud and CCMixter (audio) • YouTube (video) • Search Creative Commons Canada creativecommons.ca/find • An advanced search in Google lets you specify usage rights • The OER Handbook for Educators includes a comprehensive list of open repositories
  21. 21. Discussion – How do you use CC? • Do you use Creative Commons licensed material in your courses? • How do you find it? • How do you cite it? • Do you license your work with Creative Commons Licenses?
  22. 22. Adding a Creative Commons license to your work • Choosing a license at creativecommons.org to generate and embed code and graphic for you the license you selected • Which Creative Commons license is right for me? infographic
  23. 23. Creative Commons and the ADLC • Frank McCallum says: • “If teachers are working on something that is already in existence, then the copyright is already attached, and any users would have to ask permission from PHRD to use the material. • If teachers create something brand new on these days, then it will be considered an open resource. (In the future, anything that ADLC creates that is brand new – not modified from an existing course – it will be open resource).”
  24. 24. @OpenContent
  25. 25. OER Repositories • CK-12 • Khan Academy • Wikimedia Commons • BC Open Textbook Project
  26. 26. Brainstorming Session • How could your subject or grade-level team start including OER in your courses?
  27. 27. Upcoming Open Opportunities • Next session April 13th with Verena Roberts in Calgary • Exploring Open Education & OERs April 13-24, 2015 • create free account at EdTech Open to participate • Open Textbook Summit May 28-28, 2015 at Simon Fraser University • Ongoing – Exploring Open Education open Moodle course
  28. 28. Keep it Open • Link to this slide deck bit.ly/1bHTRCP • Rhonda Jessen @rljessen • RhondaJessen.com

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