Copy of Unit 4: OERs Curriculum Specific Resources

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1. Definitions

1.1. UNESCO

1.2. Wikipedia

1.3. Open Content

1.4. UKOER

1.5. MOOC

1.5.1. xMOOCs

1.5.2. cMOOC

1.5.3. JISC Definition

2. Application

2.1. Online Course

2.1.1. DS106 - Digital Storytelling

2.1.2. Local Courses within Institution

2.1.3. MOOCs

2.1.3.1. Open Education

2.1.3.2. Edx

2.1.3.2.1. Non Profit

2.1.3.3. Coursera

2.1.3.3.1. University of Edinburgh

2.2. OER development comunities

2.2.1. OER Community - University of Bedforshire

2.2.2. WikiEducator

2.2.3. MedDev

2.2.4. OER AfricaShare

2.2.5. OERs In School

2.2.5.1. DEFT Project

2.2.5.2. New Zealand Schools

2.2.5.3. Walking the Walk

2.3. OER Use - Practical Examples

2.3.1. Redwood College

2.3.2. OER (VLE Activity)

2.3.2.1. Group

2.3.2.2. Individual

2.4. Conferences

2.4.1. Un-Conferences / Meetups

2.4.1.1. MirandaMods

2.4.1.2. TeachMeets

2.4.2. Presentations

2.4.3. Google Hangouts

2.5. Repositories

2.6. Course Design

3. Licences

3.1. Creative Commons

3.1.1. Licences

3.1.1.1. BY

3.1.1.2. BY SA

3.1.1.3. BY ND

3.1.1.4. BY NC SA

3.1.1.5. BY NC

3.1.1.6. BY NC SA ND

3.1.2. Categories

3.1.2.1. BY

3.1.2.2. SA

3.1.2.3. NC

3.1.2.4. ND

3.1.3. Jurisdiction

3.1.4. CC Tools

3.1.4.1. CC Licence Selector

3.1.4.2. CC OER Tool

3.2. Public Domain

3.3. © Copyright

3.4. Open Licences

4. Creating

4.1. New Resources

4.1.1. Repurposing

4.1.2. From Scratch

4.2. Audience

4.3. Purpose

4.4. Curation

4.5. Tools

4.5.1. iTunesU

4.5.2. Copyright toolkit

4.5.3. Open Source Tools

4.5.3.1. Freemind

4.5.4. Search

4.5.4.1. JISC Finding OERs Toolkit

4.6. Skills

4.6.1. Web Skills

4.6.1.1. Coding

4.6.1.1.1. Mozilla Popcorn

4.6.1.2. Searching

4.6.1.3. Presentation

4.6.2. Media Skills

4.6.2.1. Edtiing

4.6.2.1.1. Proprietary tools

4.6.2.1.2. Open tools

4.7. Media

4.7.1. Media Type

4.7.1.1. Images

4.7.1.1.1. Flickr CC

4.7.1.1.2. Compfight

4.7.1.2. Video

4.7.1.2.1. Platforms

4.7.1.2.2. Formats

4.7.1.3. Audio

4.7.1.4. Text

4.8. User Guide

5. Properties

5.1. Sustainability

5.2. Open Learning

5.3. Knowledge Building

5.4. Transferability

5.5. Open Content

5.6. Shareable

5.7. Open Access

5.8. Open Standards

6. Sources (Finding OERs)

6.1. Academic Institutions

6.1.1. Open Learn

6.1.2. University of Oxford

6.1.2.1. OpenSpires

6.2. Wiki Foundation

6.2.1. Wikipedia

6.2.2. WikiMedia Commons

6.3. Internet Archive

6.3.1. Prelinger

6.4. Wellcome Trust

6.4.1. Wellcome Images

6.4.2. Wellcome Library

6.5. National Archives

6.5.1. Focus on Film

6.6. Khan Academy

6.6.1. Smart History

6.6.2. Computer Science

6.7. Project Gutenberg

6.8. iTunes U

6.9. Flickr Commons

6.10. Rumsey Map Collection

6.11. JORUM

6.11.1. Scottish Colleges

6.12. OER Commons

6.13. Europeanna

6.14. Video Platforms

6.14.1. YouTube

6.14.2. Vimeo

6.14.3. BlipTV

6.15. Library of Congress

7. Further Study Reading and Reflection

7.1. READING

7.1.1. Are all kinds of pedagogical styles that underpin OERs acceptable?

7.1.2. Innovating pedagogy (OU): important report on new l earning contexts

7.1.2.1. New pedagogy for e-books

7.1.2.2. Publisher led short courses

7.1.2.3. Assessment for Learning

7.1.2.4. Bedges to accredit learning

7.1.2.4.1. Mozilla Open Badges Project

7.1.2.5. MOOC

7.1.2.5.1. Four Barriers to MOOCs

7.1.2.5.2. MOOCs: Advantages and disadvantages

7.1.2.5.3. Debate: MOOCS: neither the death of the university nor the panacea for learning

7.1.2.5.4. MOOC participant views

7.1.2.5.5. MOOC Backlash

7.1.2.5.6. MOOC: Poor learning design

7.1.2.5.7. Learning for Free? MOOCs

7.1.2.6. MOOCs: Two pedagogical styles

7.1.2.6.1. Examples:a reading MOOC

7.1.2.7. Rebirth of academic publishing

7.1.2.8. Seamless learning

7.1.2.9. Learning Analytics

7.1.2.10. Personal Inquiry Learning

7.1.2.11. Rhizomatic learning

7.2. DEBATES

7.2.1. Debate - should OERs allow commercial Resuse

7.3. REFLECTION

7.3.1. OER Impact Study

7.3.2. Lorna's Blog

7.3.3. OER Impact Presentation

7.3.4. What Does Openness mean to Universities

7.3.5. EVOlLV_OER

7.3.6. OERs - Difference between Schools & Universities

8. Other Units

8.1. Unit 6: E-tools of teaching and Learning

8.2. Unit: 7 Professional Development and Researching Practice

8.3. Unit 9: Working in a collaborative online environment