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Open Ed Week: ISKME Research Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Jack Park
13:34
My url is http://www.topicquests.org/
Ted Kahn
17:36
I’m writing a chapter on a book about the bridges between informal and formal K-12 STEM education…and specifically about promise and challenges of OER
jhock1
18:32
It's still showing no video recording
Ted Kahn
19:02
…and Jack Park and I did one of the earliest OER STEM ed resources called the (SF) Bay Area Science Museum Learning Collaboratory: www.designworlds.com/collab/ (2002-2008)
dorann.avey
19:49
Can someone share the link to slides again. I joined a little late and didn't catch that URL
Amee Godwin
20:20
Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1o29XnLbP394qL3LvH3-U8X8mH9mhSZq2AU3RUUHHMWY/edit#slide=id.g701d050dba_0_190
Ted Kahn
20:36
http://tiny.cc/ISKME2020
dorann.avey
20:36
Thank you!
Amy Hofer
25:17
Thanks for the shout out about Oregon’s policy work! I’ll be giving a webinar on a related topic this Friday, noon Pacific: https://openoregon.org/events/event/one-ton-of-oer-impact-data/
Amee Godwin
25:31
Great, Amy, thanks
Judith Sebesta
25:44
Thanks for highlighting the Texas survey and report!
Judith Sebesta
25:50
Will do. :-)
Kylah Torre
25:55
Thanks!
Judith Sebesta
26:03
And thank you for partnering with us on it.
Judith Sebesta
27:24
This survey will serve as a baseline for, hopefully, bi-annual OER statewide surveys.
Ted Kahn
27:28
I’d love to get examples and any research/evaluation on use of OER resources for informal, “free choice” learning, both K-12 and higher ed
Judith Sebesta
27:53
In Texas, that is.
Judith Sebesta
36:09
Join us for our webinar today on OER Course Marking in Texas (3 PM CST). For more info and to register: http://bit.ly/2URblGX
Alexis Carlson
42:31
Do you think that it is inevitable for all states to adopt policies for OER adoption and funding in higher education?
Alexis Carlson
42:33
So you think the "OER" definition can be more broad to incorporate library resources?
MDE Educational Technology Unit
45:15
My K-12 districts are looking for concrete examples of benefits and hurdles. Is this something that can be shared from the research? Maybe put in the form of "district journey stories"?
Ted Kahn
45:20
another way to frame my question is whether there has been a parallel growth of Open Assessment Resources to OER curriculum content?
Amy Hofer
46:33
Regarding definitions, I think that the broader term would be textbook affordability. It’s important to continue to use OER to mean materials with open licenses rather than all rights reserved copyright.
MDE Educational Technology Unit
47:24
I think the Higher Ed folks are going to feel the pressure of saving students money. While policy could help, I wonder if pressure from other institutions would be greater.
Erin English
47:34
Yeah #GoOpen ;-)
Judith Sebesta
48:07
Re: definitions: If those library resources are “closed” in any way (not open to all, available only to members of the library/institutional community) then I hope the definition of OER is not broadened to include them.
Jack Park
48:23
https://goopen.us/
MDE Educational Technology Unit
48:40
We use #GoOpen but others are doing OER work outside of #GoOpen.
cynthia@iskme.org
48:46
ISMKE’s OER Curation Framework
Erin English
48:51
Attend our #GoOpen Summit on April 1 and 2nd in San Marco CA - https://innovation.sdcoe.net/OER/GoOpen
Judith Sebesta
49:44
Well said, Amee!
Jack Park
51:48
https://tech.ed.gov/open/ is supposed to be about this, but the site fails to open.
Ted Kahn
52:21
I’m on the National Advisory Council for the Campaign for Free College Tuition (FreeCollegeNow.org)—and the reduction in textbook costs is a major complement to free tuition
Bridget
53:30
I believe that ODU will be researching K-12 districts involved in #GoOpenVA
Bridget
54:01
VBCPS is shifting more toward OER but would be in the first bullet and not looking at impact yet.
Amy Hofer
54:18
I’d love to see research on the enrollment impact of schedule designations. Do labeled sections fill faster?
Judith Sebesta
54:39
Texas is developing a statewide OER portal/repository. I think future surveys could/should include questions around its use.
Judith Sebesta
54:49
Good one, Amy!
Amy Hofer
55:36
y!
Fawzi Baroud
56:39
Greetings from Beirut, Lebanon 🇱🇧
Ted Kahn
56:48
Has anyone else tracked the informal learning via OER, e.g, KhanAcademy,org, etc??
Judith Sebesta
56:52
Great presentation! Thanks so much.
Robin
57:10
thank you great info!
Jack Park
57:14
Thank you very much!
Ted Kahn
57:16
thanks so much to all of you…stay away from viruses of all kinds!
Amee Godwin
57:16
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wTzE7rKg9Kbzm3t24TIxIJy_bEA81sDqVvwIXPC7OYA/edit
Erin English
57:22
Thank you to your team for all you are doing.
Amee Godwin
57:28
OER Curation Guidebook
cynthia@iskme.org
57:33
Ted, I haven’t looked at any studies there
MDE Educational Technology Unit
58:29
Thanks!
Megan Simmons
58:29
Our next webinar be with OER Leaders from Pennsylvania showcasing the positive impact OER is having on districts throughout the state. You can register here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfoLJ2i6rpZbZme0Augqy8xn-9ovXehfyQIAQRscn8Og8PXkg/viewform?usp=sf_link May 6 10am Pacific
Amy Hofer
58:41
thank you!
Fawzi Baroud
59:52
Thank you Amee, Cynthia and Megan
Bridget
59:58
thank you!