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... totally new and out of the box which they hadn’t experienced before as conventional academics. So, after a considerable overdose of caffeine and staring at an empty notebook for hours,  I decided ...
... to the people who might be able to use it. First, people don’t think they’ve got the skills or tools they need to engage effectively with stakeholders. Second, even if they know what to do, ...
3. NZ’S OER FOUNDATION
(OER community/ishansa)
... with each other. We say that if institutions are worried about competition, they should join the OERu. As I said earlier, our open model enables us to reduce the costs of tuition to the learner to 20% ...
... do, and what tool will I need for this task’, and search for the tool either in the Ubuntu Software centre repository in their desktop, or on the Web. Teachers have shared tools that they have discovered/identified ...
... concept of digital scholarship, about which he notes, “scholars are being asked to share the teaching materials they produce, to publish in open access journals, to network with others in social ...
6. Open Education Week 2015
(OER community/ishansa)
... to raise awareness of free and open sharing in education and the benefits they bring to teachers and learners. Coordinated by the Open Education Consortium, the 4th Open Education Week will feature ...
7. OER repository
(Open Educational Resources (OER)/Open Educational Resources )
...  JISC content – This website provides an introduction to digital collections designed for education. They are mainly aimed at university students, researchers and librarians but many of the ...
... They are using surveys to gather evidence about the use and impact of OER in India and would really value your participation in this research by completing one of the surveys below.  Survey ...
... an education. I also feel that the textbook industry has not served us well with quality materials, and I feel they have exploited schools financially." I asked Steven what it is about ...
... wellbeing: Gallup backs up and asks the question, “What kind of education is more likely to promote wellbeing?” They surveyed a number of college graduates in various age groups ...
... since 2011, adopted the title “MOOC” but ignored the rich underlying Connectivist origins. They merely extended traditional online, instructivist Web Based Training (WBT) and Instructor Led ...
...  They have been very positive. The two main comments are, 1) it is available at anytime and anyplace, and 2) the cost savings is great (over $200 per student per course). They would like more examples ...
... terms of how they were created and repurposed. POERUP explored the ways in which Governments stimulate the uptake of OER and MOOCs. The aim was to enable OER and MOOC stakeholders to make ...
14. TJ Bliss: Musings on OER Policy
(OER community/ishansa)
... rock throwing begin. *I have chosen not to address regional/local policies in this post, not because I feel they are unimportant, but because I see them as an extension of national policies or a reflection ...
... have a lot experience with the Creative Commons process, and they look to librarians for answers to questions like: what’s going to be happening with my materials? What about my copyright?” ...
... AASL's standards for the 21st-century learner. The best websites for teaching and learning foster the qualities of innovation, creativity, active participation, and collaboration. They are free, ...
... in any field of research. They hope that journals will support their mission, for the benefit of readers and all scholarly community, who need easy access to literature very much. Paperity website: http://paperity.org/ ...
...  Users can interact with resources once they have been catalogued and have had basic metadata added. Free text can be added by users which then becomes keywords and resources can be aligned with ...
19. Tony Bates: Writing an open textbook
(OER community/ishansa)
... to develop. I have used the BCcampus version of Pressbooks to create my own textbook. However, anyone can use Pressbooks for free, if they wish to write an openly published book. What I am trying ...
20. Case studies on OER - based eLearning
(OER community/ishansa)
Four universities were discussed in this case studies, they are: 1. Open University of Sri Lanka – Integrating OER in a Teacher Education Course by Shironica Karunanayaka 2. Indira Gandhi ...
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