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UK OER Programme: where we are now. Amber Thomas, JISC. r e-imagining open education, published works and social media16/10/2012. The first three years. UKOER phase 1. E&S report OER infokit. How can institutions, individuals, consortia best release OER?

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uk oer programme where we are now

UK OER Programme: where we are now

Amber Thomas, JISC

re-imagining open education, published works and social media16/10/2012

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The first three years

UKOER phase 1

E&S report

OER infokit

How can institutions, individuals, consortia best release OER?

What do creators want to do with it?

Is it sustainable?

UKOER phase 2

How can we best encourage discovery and use of OER?

How can we extend and grow existing approaches to

OER?

What do users want to do with it?

Is this sustainable?

E&S report

OER infokit

OER use case studies

OER use report

Student use of OER lit. review

UKOER phase 3, JISC Digitisation & Content…

How can we use OER and related practices to meet identified strategic

and cultural needs? How can technology support these practices and

use cases?

What does everyone want to do with it?

Is this sustainable?

E&S report

OER infokit

Open Practice Study

OER and Online Learning

Technical studies

Case studies of activity

Support: CETIS technical support, OER IPR support, E&S wiki

Social Media: #ukoer , @ukoer , blogging.

everything we ve funded is
Everything we’ve funded is...
  • Built for sustainability
  • Built for openness and sharing – materials and learning.
  • Published in open repositories and on the open web
  • Properly documented, analysed and synthesised in order to support the community.

The UKOER infokit

Materials repository: Jorum

where we are now
Where we are now
  • We now know that OER release is sustainable in a variety of contexts and settings.
  • We now know that end user OER engagement is aided by working with user communities during the design and release process.
  • We are investigating ways in which OER practice can support institutional strategic goals. We have some evidence but are gathering more.
latest
Latest ...
  • Evaluation and Synthesis under development
  • OER miniguide under development to complement the OER Infokit
  • OER IPR Support Animation: Turning Data into Open Data
  • Draft Book - Into the Wild: Technical Reflections on three years of UK OER
thinking about today s sessions
Thinking about today’s sessions ...

Education in medicine and health sciences ...

  • Organisational complexity
  • Multiple stakeholders
  • Technical infrastructures
  • Huge diversity of digital skills levels
  • Ethical and legal risks

If it works in medical education,

it’ll work anywhere

thinking about today s sessions1
Thinking about today’s sessions ...

images

text

formats

sound

workflows

structured data

creation

curation

these opportunities are not new, nor unique to “OER” but open (source, content) brings a scale of infrastructure and a culture of adaptation and reuse that is driving innovation

consumption