OpenAttribute. OpenContentToolkit - Links to Open Content. Sources This page lists organisation hosting open content and curated links to sources of open content to make them easy to find, access and use.
Some of the links are likely to be referenced elsewhere in the toolkit, one one or more resources or examples. The purpose of this section is not to provide a detailed commentary on the resources, but some basic contextual information. Of course you are welcome to add more comment and detail. The sources cover archives, projects and organisations developing and hosting content. British Library Illuminated Manuscripts British Library High resolution Illuminated Manuscripts (see the glossary for a quick introduction to understanding the manuscript styles and idioms. Credit: NASA (NASA) The definitive portal for authentic Space, and Astronomy. Thomas Shahan. By Media type: 80 Resources for Open Education Developers.
Many Open Education Resources (OER) have been introduced by governments, universities, and individuals within the past few years.
OERs provide teaching and learning materials that are freely available and offered online for anyone to use. Whether you’re an instructor, student, or self-learner, you have access to full courses, modules, syllabi, lectures, assignments, quizzes, activities, games, simulations, and tools to create these components. While some OERs include OpenCourseWare (OCW) or other educational materials, they may also offer the means to alter those courses through editing, adding to those courses through publication, and the ability to shape the tools that share those resources.
Additionally, they may maintain forums or other platforms where individuals can collaborate on building educational tools and documentation and the reach for those materials. This list is not all-inclusive, as resources that offer limited collaboration were excluded. 10 Open Education Resource (OER) Tools You Must Know About.
Open Textbooks. The Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning. University of Michigan. Lesson Plans, Assessments, Homework, Videos, Games. Over a million items aligned to Common Core, PARCC, SBAC. The Global Network for Open Education. OER Handbook for Educators 1.0.
In this handbook Welcome to the world of Open Educational Resources (OER).
This handbook is designed to help educators find, use, develop and share OER to enhance their effectiveness online and in the classroom. Although no prior knowledge of OER is required, some experience using a computer and browsing the Internet will be helpful. For example, it is preferable that you have experience using a word processor (e.g. Open Office or Microsoft Word) and basic media production software, such as an image editor (e.g. The handbook works best when there is some sort of OER you would like to create or make available to others, but it is also useful for the curious reader.
There are several ways to use this handbook, including: You are not expected to be an instructional designer or media production expert to use this book. What this handbook does not cover OER is a broad topic and it would be difficult, if not impossible, to cover it comprehensively. Notes Introduction. CC Search. /chapter: About-This-Book / Open Education Handbook 2014. "Open Education" is a topic which has become increasingly popular in a variety of contexts.
This handbook has been written to provide a useful point of reference for readers with a range of different roles and interests who are interested in learning more about the concept of Open Education and to help them deal with a variety of practical situations. As a "living" online document, we hope that it will continue to evolve, reflecting cutting edge research and innovation in this area and helping educational communities to come to an improved understanding of the value of open.
When the process of writing this book first started, the original intention was only to cover open data use in education. As the project progressed it was felt that a broader scope would enable readers to have a better understanding of the synergy and overlap between different aspects or facets of open education (such as open resources, open data, open practices and open culture). Open Professionals Education Network. CC licensed (BY) Flickr photo shared by David Amsler modified by Paul Stacey Reusing existing Open Educational Resources (OER) can save significant time and effort.
The OPEN partners recommend TAACCCT grantees invest up-front time finding OER to reuse rather than starting development of new educational resources right away. A significant benefit of OER is that they provide source material to build your development efforts around. No need to invest development effort in creating something that already exists. OER come in a wide variety of types. The page below will help you find openly licensed media elements to use within your courses. OER also exist as distinctly education content such as full courses, workshops, textbooks, tests and assessments. The page below will help you find openly licensed education content you can use in whole or in part. It is unlikely that you will find OER that perfectly fit your needs. Open Educational Resources are distributed across the Internet. 1. 2. 3.
MOOCs. E-Learning materials. Computer Science Field Guide — Computer Science Field Guide <small>Beta</small> OER Commons.