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Greg Doyle University of Cape Town Part of a webinar series presented by Institutionally Enabling factors Collegium culture Loose institutional policy definition Innovation at the level of the individual or department ID: 630184

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Open Educational Resources

Greg Doyle

University of Cape Town

Part of a webinar series presented by: Slide2

InstitutionallySlide3
Slide4

Enabling factors

Collegium culture

Loose institutional policy definitionInnovation at the level of the individual or department.Individual agency/ controlMaximum flexibility Champions at different levels

“I’m honoured  to announce that I have been awarded the 

Open

CourseWare

Consortium 2014

 Award for the category Individual Educator for my work on open education.

Previous award winner, Walter

Lewin

, Physicist at MIT, has been an inspiration and hero of mine and to be a recipient of the same award, is a truly humbling experience for me” http://www.juanklopper.com/Slide5

Why?

For departments / units

Increase institutional

visibility,, attracting students and resourcesPromote effective social responsivenessImprove learning experience by selecting in pedagogically materials

Improve recruitment - helping the right students find the right programmesEnhance teaching coherence across courses

Ensure better archiving, curation and reuse of teaching materialsAttract alumni as life-long learners

For individuals

Profile teaching

and

pedagogical

idea sharing

Create

record of teaching

for teaching portfolio

Foster connections

between other colleagues, departments and even other universities

Increase impact

of teaching materials

Extend use

of teaching materials to high school learners and life-long learnersSlide6

Questions academics ask

Where will I find time?

What licensing options are there?

Were will I publish it?

How must I package it?

Who will pay for my time?

Where do I find the information?

What software do I need to know

Are my material being downloaded?Slide7

Web Content Developer Slide8

A good OER

findable – it can be in multiple locations

clearly describedclearly licensed (normally through Creative Commons)from a source you trusteasy to modifyfree-standing – it does not assume knowledge of other resourcesfree of copyright contentbeing used by/recommended by people like younot necessarily perfect – it just needs to work for you.Slide9

Resource-based approach

Includes:

Entire coursesIndividual resourcese-booksManualsPresentationsPodcastsLecture notesAnimationsSlide10

The licenses

FreeNo Registration

Non ExclusiveNon RevocableOperates in PerpetuitySlide11

Content

– HTML basedSlide12

Content

– Articulate StorylineSlide13
Slide14

Individualised

approachSlide15
Slide16

HostingSlide17

How are we found?

17Slide18

18

Finding OER - reuseSlide19

Finding OER - ReuseSlide20

Finding OER

Video

Images

Search Engines

Sounds

Other

Academic Earth Medicine

DryIcons

Google Advance

Free Sound

Feedbook

Khan Academy

Hardin MD Medical

FlickrStorm

Free Loops

SourceForge

Open Video Project

BioDadic

Tag Galaxy

Browne Sharpe

Public Health Image Library

CompFight

BitStripsSlide21

Summary

CHALLENGES

Unaware of OERSustainability

Culture of not sharingTeaching 2nd to researchLabour intensive

Inadequate & part time staffNot including students

APPROACH

Awareness & advantages

Encourage lecturers

Revised Policy

Self-help, manuals, 1-many

Full time technology expert

ProposalsSlide22

References

Open Educational Resources at the University of Cape Town – CH Williams

Clearing Copyright & Using Open Images - Shihaam DonnellyFinding Open Stuff for Health Sciences – Shihaam Shaik

Riding the information Tiger - Tony CarrOpen solutions to a ‘national crisis’: The impact of OER on teacher-education in India - Dr Leigh-Anne PerrymanFrom Project to Mainstream in a constrained environment: Towards openness at the University of Cape Town.

Laura Czerniewicz, Gregory Doyle, Glenda Cox & Cheryl Hodgkinson- Williams Open Education. Why it matters to South Africa. Laura Czerniewicz

Some of the slides were created by Michael Paskevicius :

mike.vicious@gmail.com

Other slides by Sarah

Goodier

, Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams and Shireen Davis-Evans

OpenUCT

repository -

https://open.uct.ac.za/

Roer4D website:

http://roer4d.org/