Submitted by Scoreadmin on 31 January, 2012 - 10:17
27 Mar 2012
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
This seminar is 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.
Refreshments & registration
Welcome and Introduction (Tracey de Beer / Tim Seal)
OER projects, programmes, usage and issues (Andy Lane)
What are the implications of open educational resources for educational practices and educational systems? This session explores what OER mean for different stakeholders and how different institutions and consortia around the world are trying to gain value from OER.
Licences and Rights: OER and Creative Commons (Bernie Attwell)
An introduction to licences and rights, their function, things to consider, and where Creative Commons fits into the scheme of things.
OER Tools and Repositories (Tim Seal)
Presentation followed by hands-on practical trying out some of the tools and repositories
Conclusion: What makes a good OER (Tim Seal)
Tips to follow when creating a new OER or searching for one that can be readily re-purposed.
All SCORE events are in association with the Higher Education Academy and JISC.