Creating Open Educational Resources :  Guidelines for Quality Assurance
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Regional Consultation Workshop on Quality Guidelines for Open Educational Resources on 13-15 March 2013 at Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad

Regional Consultation Workshop on Quality Guidelines for Open Educational Resources on 13-15 March 2013 at Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad

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  • 1. Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net Creating Open Educational Resources : Guidelines for Quality Assurance-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Paul Kawachi FRSA kawachi @ open-ed.net O E R open educational resources OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
  • 2. Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net Creating Open Educational Resources : Guidelines for Quality Assurance-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Paul Kawachi FRSA kawachi @ open-ed.net http://www.open-ed.net / library / oer-quality ppt .
  • 3. overview Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net what exactly is quality assurance QA and how can we build QA into our design of OER what are the criteria of quality that we use as guidelines in designing OER
  • 4. overview Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net as an example for discussion : will tutor training improve the quality of tutoring ?
  • 5. overview Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net as an example for discussion : will tutor training improve the quality of tutoring ? are we simply interested in tutor quality, or are we interested rather in achieved learning ?
  • 6. overview Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net as an example for discussion : do you think increasing tutor training is good ? or should we just increase the number of tutors ? answers differ according to the perspectives of different stakeholders … students, parents, admin, etc
  • 7. overview Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net as an example for discussion : for OER quality … we mean, those characteristics / attributes of OER that induce better quality of achieved learning in some cases OER for teachers need the attributes of easy discoverability … so we might need different sets of quality criteria
  • 8. overview Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net i definition of ‘quality assurance’ ii stakeholders concerned about quality iii different perspectives iv summary
  • 9. methods Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net i definition of ‘open’ ii definition of ‘OER’
  • 10. methods Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net ii definition of ‘open’
  • 11. methods Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net ii definition of ‘open’ redrawn from Hodgkinson-Williams & Gray, 2008, with graphics from http://creativecommons.org/licenses
  • 12. methods Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net the Creative Commons licences : graphics from http://creativecommons.org/licenses
  • 13. methods Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net the Creative Commons licences : By-Attribution and Non-Commercial and No-Derivatives : allows any use provided the original author is accredited, no commercial use, and no derivative By-Attribution and Non-Commercial and Share-Alike : allows any use with attribution to the original author, no commercial use, plus any derivative must carry same licence By-Attribution and Non-Commercial : allows any use provided the original author is accredited, and no commercial use By-Attribution and No-Derivatives : allows any use with attribution to the original author, and no derivative any use = By-Attribution and Share-Alike : free-of-cost to reuse below plus any derivative must carry same licence to share with others, and to remix By-Attribution : allows any use with attribution to the original author graphics from http://creativecommons.org/licenses
  • 14. definition Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net i definition of ‘quality assurance’
  • 15. definition Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net i definition of ‘localisation’
  • 16. internationalisationincreasedsimplicity reusable can export / import adapted adapted customised customised customisedmore localisationcomplexity
  • 17. definition Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net i definition of ‘quality assurance’ discoverability can be facilitated through (a) metadata tagging, and (b) social tagging however … social tagging needs moderating
  • 18. definition Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net (b) social tagging European OER repository OpenScienceResources has five social tags in its third top-rated content OER on Foucault’s Pendulum each / all promoting shoes, clothes and sunglasses http://www.osrportal.eu/en/node/94374 clearly … social tagging needs moderating
  • 19. definition Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net concerning language : European OER repository OpenScienceResources has top-rated content in only a single language (as follows in order) French, English, Greek, Greek, Greek, Greek, French, Portuguese, German, English, Portuguese, Greek, Portuguese, Greek, German, Portuguese, German, Portuguese, English, and so on Perhaps initially OER should be created in one of a few key global languages such as English, French, and Chinese ?
  • 20. stakeholders Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net ii stakeholders concerned about quality : 1) current and future students 2) parents, families, and friends 3) current and future employers 4) funding agents eg governments 5) community and wider society 6) teachers 7) administration and assistant staff 8) other universities
  • 21. perspectives Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net iii different perspectives
  • 22. summary Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net OO E R OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
  • 23. summary Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. net iv summary : 1) quality assurance is best defined according to the students perspective as achieving improved quality of learning notably the higher-order critical thinking skills for mobility, employability, and lifelong learning
  • 24. Open Education Network http :// www . open - ed. netYou can download these slides freely from the website http://www.open-ed.net / library / oer-quality ppt. or by email to me at kawachi @ open-ed.net