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Exploring Open Educational Practice

CLTAD workshop 4 July 2014

Lindsay Jordan

on 4 July 2014

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Transcript of Exploring Open Educational Practice

Discuss & decide where these examples sit along a 'continuum of openness'
Activity #1: Open Practice, Closed Practice
What do you share openly? Why?
What do you keep private? Why?
Activity #2: Your own practice
Reasons why you share
Reasons why you don't share
Activity #3: Take one example...
Note down one thing you will do as a result of this workshop...
Activity #4: Actions
I am going to...
Examples of Practice cards:
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Actions from CLTAD workshop 4 July 2014
Useful weblinks:

UAL IP Strategy in progress:
UAL IPR for students:
What does OEP mean to you?
OEP Reading List
Atkins, D., Brown, J.S., & Hammond, A,L. (2007) A Review of the Open Educational Resources (OER) Movement: Achievements, Challenges, and New Opportunities. Report to the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Butcher, N. & Hoosen, S. (Eds) (2012) Exploring the Business Case for Open Educational Resources. Commonwealth of Learning.

Casey, J. (2003) Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Networked e-Learning: A Beginners Guide for Content Developers. JISCLegal.

Casey, J. (2012) Creative Commons Licences – are they right for you? Arts Libraries Journal Vol 37, No. 22012

Gomez et al. (2012) An institutional approach to supporting open education: A case study of OCW at MIT. In Proceedings of OpenCourseWare Consortium Global 2012, Cambridge, UK.

Gurell, S. (2010) OER Handbook for Educators 1.0. Wikieducator.

Lessig, L. (2008) Remix: Making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy. Bloomsbury, London.

Kanwar, A. & Uvalic-Trumbic, S. (Eds) (2011) A Basic Guide to Open Educational Resources (OER). Commonwealth of Learning & UNESCO.

Thomas, A., Campbell, L, M., Barker, P. & Hawksey, M. (2012) Into the Wild – Technology for Open Educational Resources. University of Bolton.

Wilbanks, J. (2013) Licence restrictions: A fool's errand. Nature 495, 440–441.


International review of research in open and distance learning. Athabasca University.

European journal of open, distance and E-Learning. EDEN.

Open Learning. Open University.

Further Reading and Resources

Open Educational Quality Initiative (OPAL):

OU Support Centre for Open Resources in Education (SCORE):

OER13 Conference. Support Centre for Open Resources in Education (SCORE)
The Open University.
- use Googledocs for colaborative student work
- give students a voice and promote a positive listening attitude to feedback among staff
- start the Contour course blog & try Googledocs
- accept that brick walls exist, find ways to work with them
- run focus group with students at start of course
- implement unit evaluations & disseminate OEP workshop across team
What did you think?
Add any comments and suggestions to the workshop Feedback Board at!
Activity #5: Feedback
Exploring Open Educational Practice
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