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E-Learning summary

summary of the lesson on 2009 December 21st.

Xinfeng Bao

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E-learning summarization Dragan Lesic
Laura Cigardi
Marco Frigerio
Xinfeng Bao
Nazanin Vahabi 21st December 2009 OER
Open Educational Resources What is Open Source ? Software Open Source Code You can access the source code You can modify the source code personalization improvement Acquire for free you have to resolve the problems created by yourself Roots for Open Educational Resources Open Educational Resources
"The open provision of educational resources, enebled by information and communication technologies, for consultation, use and adaptation by a community of users for noncommercial purposes" (Johnstone 2005) Areas of interests of OER Tools Open source software for development and delivery of resources. Implementation resources creative commons A model for licensing "open source stuff" Content Free material published for learning or reference. MIT OPENCOURSEWARE syllabus
lecture notes
exams and solutions
multimedia contents
... face to face courses some material is on line for free money from foundations

media coverage

good reputation Are included licensing tools, interoperability tools (e.g. SCORM), best practices. Users of MIT OPENCOURSEWARE 49 % self learners
32 % students
16% educators License conditions: Attribution
Share Alike
No Derivative Works enhancing personal knowledge, keeping current in field, planning future study complementing a couse, enhancing personal knowledge, planning course of study planning a course,
preparing to teach a class, enhancing personal knowledge Thanks
for the attention CELERI [CORPORATE ELEARNING READINESS INDEX] TRAINING We are used to study in conventional way Most of the learners have never had eLearning experience
It is important to prepare/train eLearners about relevant issues and skills ( how to 'eLearn') Successfully eLearning experience Perceived Relative Advantage When we do somthing - important to compare with the things that we were doing previously
Be carefule what are you substituting POINT OF VIEW INCENTIVE Why should I learn? recognition fame punishment money Experience and expectations Before starting the eLearning process - LISTEN previous experience expectations needs Perceived Observability eLearners have to see the added value
be aware what they have learned Place special place - colleagues
are aware that they
shouldn't disturb Where to study? 12 - 17 ? ? Library Not like a book shop Reading for free We have good materials
We have online courses
Why we make the courses free of charge? A kind of OER First Root Knowledge is something that should be shared Not to sell In ancient, students were not required to
pay to the religious teachers Why not trace back to the old idea Second Root Publications have copyrights No longer for free use Scholars
without enough money
not a member in religious organiztions
have no rich sponsers selling voices and writings ICT creates the possibility for sharing
educational materials for free The most important part in the definition is
"for noncommercial purposes"
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