A two-page Faculty flyer offering practical advice to begin engaging with open education. It provides a brief overview of OEP, some of the key reasons why Faculty engage, and three approaches that can be attempted: (i) substitute existing resources, (ii) revise, reuse, repurpose, and (iii) involving students in content creation. Produced November 2018 to support OEP awareness-building at the University of Southern Queensland.
This video introduces the concept of Creative Commons Attribution as it relates to the use and reuse of material covered by these licences. Examples of good practice are provided for images, text-based resources, video, and audio files. [Running time: 11'18"]
This rubric defines a set of open educational practices that help educators to advance a classroom and school culture of open education and to advocate for the potential benefits of open educational resources (OER) in the context of continuous improvement. The rubric is intended to guide educator practice in working with OER to ensure that every student has the opportunity to engage in learning effectively. The rubric supports educators in accessing, curating, evaluating, and adapting OER in response to students’ particular needs, interests, and contexts, to author and share original or remixed resources, and to disseminate approaches to the implementation of those resources for future OER users to benefit from.
This is the first module in our training series that will provide participants with an introduction to OER authoring and remixing. We have designed these modules to first spark the learner's interest in the topics covered and then dig deeper into the content through presentations, storytelling, and demonstrations of the tools. We will offer opportunities for learners to practice exploring the resources and tools, and reflect on how they might use them in their work.
A resources for K-12, and Higher Education practitioners that assists conceptualising and contextualising open education through use cases.
A copy of the article: Stagg, A. (2018). What open educational resources look like, Educational Technology Solutions, May, 82, pp. 52-55. Available from: https://educationtechnologysolutions.com/2018/05/what-open-educational-resources-look-like/ Made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.