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Decolonise & Diversify the curriculum with Open Educational Resources

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As part of our participation in Open Education Week 2019, @OpenEdEdinburgh ran a one-hour workshop to explore what it means to decolonise and diversify the curriculum with our EUSA VP of Education Diva Mukherji.

The session also provided a look at how creating, using, and sharing open educational resources (OER) can be one avenue towards diversifying and opening up curriculum materials with OER advisor Stephanie (Charlie) Farley.

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Decolonise & Diversify the curriculum with Open Educational Resources

  1. 1. Decolonising and diversifying Educational content with Open Educational Resources Stephanie (Charlie) Farley Educational Design & Engagement University of Edinburgh
  2. 2. Open Educational Resources (OER) OER are online resources that have been openly licensed so that anyone can re-use, re-mix, and re-share to use to support learning.
  3. 3. OER Policy & University Mission To “make a significant, sustainable socially responsible contribution to Scotland, the UK, and the world”.
  4. 4. OER Support Service The University has a Learning & Teaching OER Policy (http://edin.ac/2lMXM9L) and supports the open licensing of learning and teaching materials by staff and students.
  5. 5. A Creative Commons (CC) licence is one of several open licenses that enable the free distribution of an otherwise copyrighted work.
  6. 6. Creative Commons licences CC BY Attribution Re-mix, re-use, re-share - provide attribution to the author CC BY-SA Attribution Share-Alike Re-mix, re-use, re-share - provide attribution to the author and re-share under the same licence.
  7. 7. Creative Commons licences CC BY-ND Attribution Non-Derivative Re-use, re-share - No changes to content, and provide attribution to the author CC BY-NC Attribution Non-Commercial Re-mix, re-use, re-share - provide attribution to the author and not use for profit.
  8. 8. OER diversifies the curriculum http://www.open.ed.ac.uk/lgbt-healthcare-101/
  9. 9. Diversity Reading List - Philosophy https://diversityreadinglist.org
  10. 10. Wikipedia – Including all voices Tomas Sanders, History graduate and Open Content Intern 2017. Tomas ran a Black History month editing event with the student History Society.
  11. 11. Wikipedia – Including all voices
  12. 12. Wikipedia – Divers-athon articles Clara Marguerite Christian (1895-1964), was born in Dominica and was the 1st black woman to study at the University of Edinburgh. Her university experience speaks to the “double jeopardy” of “navigating both race and gender within whiteness”, embodying “the simultaneous invisibility and hyper-visibility” of being a black woman in Edinburgh during the 1910s”. Jabulani Chen Pereira is a queer South African activist & visual artist. In 2012, Pereira founded Iranti (South African LGBT organisation), a non-governmental organisation focusing queer human rights issues primarily through visual media. Xheni Karaj is a LGBT rights activist and co-founder of the Aleanca LGBT organization. Xheni, together with Kristi Pinderi, were among the first activists to launch the LGBT rights movement in Albania. Translated from Albanian Wikipedia.
  13. 13. Wikipedia – Including all voices
  14. 14. Open.Ed, http://www.open.ed.ac.uk/
  15. 15. Open Textbooks Open Textbooks are books that have been made accessible online free of cost and are often also openly licensed to allow free modifications, use, and sharing. Educators and students are provided with the opportunity to feedback, alter, and adapt the texts to purpose. http://ukopentextbooks.org/ CC BY 3.0, Centre for Research Collections, https://edin.ac/2IVljx7
  16. 16. Rebus Community, https://projects.rebus.community/
  17. 17. https://press.rebus.community/historyoftech/
  18. 18. Open Textbook websites: Open Textbook Library For textbooks on business and management; computer science and information systems; education; engineering; humanities and languages; journalism, media studies and communications; law; mathematics and statistics; health; sciences; and social sciences.
  19. 19. Open Textbook websites: BC Campus The University of British Columbia created 60 open textbooks by asking faculty to identify subject matter, revise existing open textbooks based peer reviews, or write new open textbooks. Textbooks on arts; business and management; health; sciences; and social sciences.
  20. 20. Directory of Open Access Journals, https://doaj.org/search#.W-1eN3r7RBw
  21. 21. Edinburgh DataShare, https://datashare.is.ed.ac.uk/
  22. 22. Europeana.eu, https://www.europeana.eu/
  23. 23. WOCinTech Chat, https://www.flickr.com/people/wocintechchat/
  24. 24. RawPixel, https://www.rawpixel.com
  25. 25. Jopwell, https://jopwellcollection.jopwell.com/thejopwellcollection/
  26. 26. UK BlackTech, http://ukblacktech.com/stockphotos/
  27. 27. Open.Ed: Openness, Equality and Inclusion, http://open.ed.ac.uk/openness-equality-and-inclusion/
  28. 28. Lorna M. Campbell Lorna.M.Campbell@ed.ac.uk @LornaMCampbell Stephanie (Charlie) Farley Stephanie.Farley@ed.ac.uk @SFarley_Charlie Open.Ed OER Service Learning, Teaching & Web Information Services http://open.ed.ac.uk/ @OpenEdEdinburgh
  29. 29. Thank you! CC BY Charlie Farley, University of Edinburgh, unless otherwise indicated. Stephanie (Charlie) Farley stephanie.farley@ed.ac.uk @SFarley_Charlie CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, Centre for Research Collections, https://flic.kr/p/fcwCzM

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