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1 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Guidelines for the Quality Assurance of Open Educational Resources workshop open educational resources AAOU Pre-Conference Workshop

2 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Guidelines for the Quality Assurance of Open Educational Resources workshop open educational resources Allama Iqbal Open University Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia

3 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Guidelines for the Quality Assurance of Open Educational Resources Paul Kawachi FRSA open - ed. net http : // www. open - ed. net / oer-quality / workshop. ppt workshop

4 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Guidelines for the Quality Assurance of Open Educational Resources workshop

5 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Reusable Learning Objects ( RLO ) :

6 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Lego cc by sa nc Meccano (c) 2012

7 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Reusable Learning Objects ( RLO ) : term first proposed by Wayne Hodgins in 1994 metaphors include Lego toy building bricks and Meccano toy building pieces as context-free one-size-fits-all smallest units of teaching to combine together to build syllabus

8 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Reusable Learning Objects ( RLO ) : problems included context-free nature, relevance, not-invented-here, and no Needs Analysis on end-users

9 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Open Educational Resource ( OER ) : In simple terms, defined here to be a small self-contained unit of self-assessable teaching with a measurable learning objective, having an open licence attached, often in digital electronic format and generally free to use we’ll look at various definitions later on …

10 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net differences between RLO and OER relate to various issues such as being context-free or not free or open access intended purpose as stand-alone or use in combination

11 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Open Educational Practices ( OEP ) : the current focus on practice aims to increase uptake, adapting and reusing of OER

12 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Open Educational Practices ( OEP ) : “ the range of practices around the creation, use and management of open educational resources with the intent to improve quality and innovate education ” OPAL Project, 2011, p.4

13 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net The OPAL Rubric for Self-Assessing Own OEP

14 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Open Educational Quality Initiative OPAL : OEP Rubric

15 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Suggestions : Workshop participants are invited to - reflect on their own philosophy of education - make related criteria explicit for quality - co-create OER in a small team then to present this to the other groups with question-and-answer discussions. suggestions

16 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net Suggestions : The issue remains for how to encourage participants to adopt, adapt and reuse, therefore … let's choose a same OER topic for each /every team so that some " Hey, I could adapt and use that idea here " feelings can be experienced the suggested topic is 'Study Skills for Online Students’ the intended outcome and impact are to co-create together an OER that we each take away, localise and reuse in our respective local contexts suggestions

17 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net in a learner-centred approach depending on the levels and interests of the participants : some of the following presentations may be used … - introduction to OER - costs involved - OER around the world - example in rural dev - QA criteria for OER - designing OER - defining trust in OER suggestions

18 Open Education Network http :// www. open - ed. net You can download these slides freely from the website http : // www. open - ed. net / oer-quality / workshop. ppt ______________________________________________ or by to me at open - ed. net


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