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Open Education Resources - session #7

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Open Education Resources - session #7

  1. 1. Open Education Building resources for the open community MSL4206 Vanessa Camilleri
  2. 2. Outline • Open Education – the two faces • Open Education – timelines & events • OERs – the 4 R’s • Open Education – Myths • Some case examples – how to use OE for personal and class learning • Time on Task – Open reflections
  3. 3. Open Education – two faces http://www.clipcanvas.com/video-footage/gfx-graphics-neural-network-human-7728.html
  4. 4. Open Education • Use for classroom-based teaching and learning; • Use for personal learning; • Two facets of community needs – the ‘PROSUMER’ view;
  5. 5. The 4 R’s • Reuse; • Redistribute; • Revise; • Remix;
  6. 6. Image taken from: https://openeducationalreso urces.pbworks.com/w/page /25228307/OER%20Myths
  7. 7. Open Education - Myths • What is sharing? • The Open ‘Content’ view – are we sharing content or language? • What is the role of semantics, context and serendipity in learning?
  8. 8. Is what is being said, that which is being understood? Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/24752578@N02/5589897831/
  9. 9. Some Case Examples
  10. 10. Some Case Examples
  11. 11. Time on Task • Start by choosing one of the sites: Khan Academy or MIT OpenCourseware. Visit one of them and with a colleague, start working out some tasks, view videos, and take time to explore it. • Take 15 mins; • Use another 15 mins to blog about your experience;
  12. 12. Time on Task • You have 5 minutes to describe and present your reflective assignment – you can share your views, thoughts, work-in-progress or difficulties; • You have 5 minutes at the end, to give written feedback using the MOODLE VLE;
  13. 13. Time on Task • The 30second deal – you have 30 seconds (no more no less) to tweet what you remember most from this session;
  14. 14. Thank you Email: vanessa.camilleri@um.edu.mt Openness: the real act of working together BritneyRankin

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