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Little OER, open practice and the
sustainability of language teaching
Teresa MacKinnon
InnoConf17
How are we addressing the changes?
• "In a statistical sense, we may one day communicate with each other far more
via comp...
What are “Little OER” ?
• Grassroots resources shared openly online on channels such as
YouTube
• Small scale, high granul...
Sharing teaching practice
e.g. Computer-Mediated Communication SIG Eurocall
• Webinar collection of “show and tell” practi...
Designing with an open mindset
• Classroom outputs can provide authentic learning resources for others
• Protect identitie...
Sustainability of language teaching?
• Sustainability of education (MacKinnon et al, 2016) is concerned with the
ongoing a...
• Bruns, A. (2005). Some exploratory notes on produsers and produsage. Retrieved 25.11.15,
from http://snurb.info/index.ph...
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InnoConf17 Little OER

Presentation for InnoConf17 at Open University, Milton Keynes Friday 16th June.

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InnoConf17 Little OER

  1. 1. Little OER, open practice and the sustainability of language teaching Teresa MacKinnon InnoConf17
  2. 2. How are we addressing the changes? • "In a statistical sense, we may one day communicate with each other far more via computer mediation than in direct interaction." - Crystal (2001) • The teacherbot experiment Eurocall 2015 • Wicked problems: • Defining our connected identities • Keeping education relevant
  3. 3. What are “Little OER” ? • Grassroots resources shared openly online on channels such as YouTube • Small scale, high granularity, low production values, “quick and dirty” • Often use open licences (Creative Commons) for ease of reuse and recognition of origin • Invite participation and re-contextualization on the part of the consumer cum producer
  4. 4. Sharing teaching practice e.g. Computer-Mediated Communication SIG Eurocall • Webinar collection of “show and tell” practices including: • LangOER project • Fansubbing and social media practices • Use of open tools such as padlet, wix to create OER for language learners
  5. 5. Designing with an open mindset • Classroom outputs can provide authentic learning resources for others • Protect identities and data through class or group accounts • “Audience effect” adds authenticity, can lead to serendipitous connections • Contribution to knowledge creation through TedX, Wikipedia • Collaboration and creativity can help to create more meaningful learning opportunities
  6. 6. Sustainability of language teaching? • Sustainability of education (MacKinnon et al, 2016) is concerned with the ongoing ability of an educational endeavour to meet its goals. • Open practice driven by shared conviction of the significance of language and intercultural learning for all. • a "commons thinking" approach (see Kenrick, 2009), drawing together university's wider role in stewardship of knowledge creation and the academic discourse which facilitates it through recognising OEP and the value of workload considerations in order to foster a culture of collaboration.
  7. 7. • Bruns, A. (2005). Some exploratory notes on produsers and produsage. Retrieved 25.11.15, from http://snurb.info/index.php?q=node/329 • Eurocall keynote 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b34rwNNV_Js • Horizon report H.E. 2016 http://www.nmc.org/publication/nmc-horizon-report-2016- higher-education-edition/ • MacKinnon, T & Pasfield-Neofitou, S. (2016) OER “produsage” as a model to support language teaching and learning. education policy analysis archives, [S.l.], v. 24, p. 40. Available at: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1825 • MacKinnon, T et al., (2016). A Meta-Analysis of Open Educational Communities of Practice and Sustainability in Higher Educational Policy. Alsic [En ligne], Vol. 19. http://alsic.revues.org/2908 • Weller, M. (2011) The Digital Scholar. London: Bloomsbury References

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