My classrooms are very student-centred whether I am working with my undergraduate students or my faculty colleagues. This is really a rough outline and I hope, expect and encourage you to push our workshop in the direction that works best for all of you.
Pre-work – Do This Before the Workshop
Of course, if you don’t do this we can still continue; the reason for this pre-work is to stimulate conversation at the beginning of our session.
Read/Watch the following:
- “The battle for open – tales from the front” by Martin Weller
- “In Which I Resign From a Brief Stint as an Attribution Cop” by Alan Levine
- Keynote Cable Green talks Open Ed
- Lawrence Lessig On Creative Commons
- OER Week, 2013: Creative Commons Tools
- What is and why do we want Open Educational Resources (OER)?
- The five star scale of OER
- Creative Commons Licenses
- Other Licenses
- Finding, using and crediting OER
- How to publish, what format and where?
- Fear and Desire
- Harness your LMS (Learning Management System)
- or perhaps pursue LFT (Learning Facilitation Tools)
- Sharing and why you should Blog
- Creating and publishing videos, audio
- Community resources to help you move forward
Big Ball of Links
I have a list of resources for you to peruse at your leisure. Some of these we watch in the session on Monday, some we may view on Tuesday and some I simply glossed over to explain their relevance on this list. (my link to this list is dead, I hope to resurrect it and relink again sometime) http://known.kenbauer.me/2015/links-for-quertaro-workshop
Feature Image Credits
flickr photo by mathplourde http://flickr.com/photos/mathplourde/6474832301 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license