sábado, agosto 30, 2008

Dos obras sobre recursos educativos abiertos


Gracias a DigiZen me entero de dos nuevas publicaciones sobre recursos educativos abiertos. David Wiley anuncia la publicación del manual Open Educational Resources Handbook for Educators version 1.0 impresa y en formato electrónico gratuito. Incluye capítulos sobre:
Introduction
Introduction
Defining OER
Why OER?
The Copyright Paradox
Considerations
Models and Approaches
OER Life Cycle
Find
Find
Find Your Own Resources
Search Engines
General Repositories
Specific repositories
Science Repositories
Social Science Repositories
Humanities Repositories
Open Textbooks
Individual project sites
File formats
Accessibility
Perspectives
Compose
Compose
Quality
Audio
Images
Learning Support Systems
Office
Web Authoring
Video
Mobile Access
Perspectives
Adapt
Adapt
Quality
OER Translation
Offline Versions
Accessibility
Perspectives
Use
Use
Integrating OER in Teaching and Learning
Learner Perspective
Educator Perspective
Using Mobile Versions
Evaluation
Accessibility
Perspectives
Share
Share
Self- or Third-Party Publishing?
Self-Publishing
Third-Party Publishing
Linking Between Versions
Publishing Students Work
Accessibility
Perspectives
License
License
Copyright Clearance
License Compatibility
Creative Commons
Adding a Creative Commons License
GFDL
Which License Should I Choose?
Perspectives
Conclusion
Conclusion
The Future of OER
Encouragement
Introduction to Other Handbooks
Additional Reading
OER Forums
Glossary
Appendices
Por otra parte, la Dra. Judith Baker ha publicado una guía sobre recursos educativos abiertos que puede ser descargada en formato .doc en DigiZen. Incluye los siguientes módulos:
Module 1: Overview
Module 2: Open Courseware
Module 3: Copyright, Fair Use, and TEACH Act
Module 4: Tools to Identify and Select OER
Module 5: Accessibility and Universal Design
Module 6: OER Discipline-Specific Sources
Module 7: Use of Primary Sources
Module 7: Sources of Open Textbooks
Module 8: OER Development and Collaboration
Module 9: OER Delivery, Storage, and Organization
Module 10: Support for OER Use on Campus
Module 11: Future of OER Movement

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