SCORE – Introduction to OER, I attended this seminar at the Open University site in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom on 25/01/2011 it was aimed at educators who would like to find out about the fundamental concepts of open educational resources (OER). Speakers are specialists in their fields and bring a wealth of experience for you to draw on, below are the podcast of the whole day, all sessions, released by the OU on their podcast site, the podcast includes the Q&As I have highlighted the Arts related ones in each post asked by :
Q&As to note – Institutional change – 91.50
Q&As timecodes to note – Lucy Renton – 35.44 – 52.34 (discipline specificity/student engagement) Non Scantlebury – 55.30 (Collections creative use and constructive partnerships) Renton – 59.45 ‘content is retrograde’ Arts do team teaching already.
PODCAST LINK 3 – Characteristics of OER, licences & rights – Bernie Attwell SLIDES LINK
PODCAST LINK 4 – OER projects, programmes & initiatives in the UK & internationally – Andy Lane SLIDES LINK
Q&As to note – 65.55 – OER qualifications, credits and Certification