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<ul><li>1.Open Sesame: Gerry McKiernan Associate Professor Science and Technology Librarian Iowa State University 152 Parks Library Ames IA 50011 Strategies for Promoting Open Educational Resources for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) http://www.public.iastate.edu/~gerrymck/OpenSesame.ppt </li></ul><p>2. MOOCs, Mobile Technologies Their Impact on Reference Service Amigos Library Services Online Conference November 7 2013 3. !!! THANKS !!! Arta Kabashi Continuing Education Librarian Dallas, Texas 4. !!! THANKS !!! Tim Prather Continuing Education Librarian Dallas, Texas 5. !!! THANKS !!! Brian Schmidt Educational Technologist Dallas, Texas 6. OUTLINE Introduction Open Educational Resources Professional Development Current Awareness Promotion Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Professional Development Current Awareness Promotion 7. In mid-March 2013, the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, hosted a two-day conference titled MOOCs and Libraries: Massive Opportunity or Overwhelming Challenge? Co- sponsored by OCLC Research, the event included a session on Copyright, Licensing, Open Access and one on New Opportunities for Librarians: What Happens When You Go Behind the Lines in a MOOC? http://www.oclc.org/research/events/2013/03-18.html 8. Participants in the former session members discussed the challenges for licensing and clearing copyright for materials used in MOOCs, and explored the potential opportunities for advancing the conversation on open access with faculty, while members of the latter reported and speculated on the roles of libraries and librarians in the MOOC environment. 9. Among those noted were: Serving as an advocate for different resource licensing models; Identifying and organizing public domain images; As well as encouraging Open Access publishing; and the Use of institutional repository content, among other initiatives. 10. Compared to discussion of copyright and licensing negotiations and fair use of proprietary content, however, consideration of Open Educational Resources and their use in MOOCs was not as extensive and implementation strategies were not discussed in detail. 11. To become more engaged in Massive Open Online Courses and Open Educational Resources, librarians should become more knowledgeable about each through such activities as Professional Development Current Awareness Promotion . 12. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Open_Educational_Resources 13. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Definition (1) Often cited is the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation which defines OER as: "teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re- purposing by others. Open educational resources include full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software, and any other tools, materials, or techniques used to support access to knowledge." 14. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Definition (2) The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) defines OER as: "digitised materials offered freely and openly for educators, students, and self-learners to use and reuse for teaching, learning, and research. OER includes learning content, software tools to develop, use, and distribute content, and implementation resources such as open licenses. 15. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Definition (3) The Commonwealth of Learning "has adopted the widest definition of Open Educational Resources (OER) as materials offered freely and openly to use and adapt for teaching, learning, development and research." Definition (4) The WikiEducator project suggests that OER refers "to educational resources (lesson plans, quizzes, syllabi, instructional modules, simulations, etc.) that are freely available for use, reuse, adaptation, and sharing. 16. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Professional Development Librarians can begin to become more knowledgeable about OERs by reading major reviews and white papers such as the Guide on the Use of Open Educational Resources in K-12 and Postsecondary Education, Open Educational Resources as Learning Materials: Prospects and Strategies for University Libraries, and The Roles of Libraries and Information Professionals In Open Educational Resources (OER) Initiatives. 17. https://www.siia.net/index.php?option=com_docman&amp;task=doc_download&amp;gid=4029&amp;Itemid=318 18. http://publications.arl.org/3ouk6e.pdf 19. http://publications.cetis.ac.uk/2012/492 20. Librarians should also become knowledgeable about significant Open Resources projects and sites, as well as other significant work, through such sites as the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources that aims to develop and use open educational resources, open textbooks, and open courseware to expand access to higher education and improve teaching and learning, Jorum, a collaboratively-created database that provides access to thousands of OERs that can be searched or browsed; 21. http://oerconsortium.org/ 22. http://www.jorum.ac.uk/ 23. MERLOT, a free and open online community of resources designed primarily for faculty, staff and students of higher education from around the world to share their learning materials and pedagogy; OER Commons that provides access to OER sources, training, and support; the Open Professionals Education Network (OPEN) whose site provides information about OER events, resources; and other services; 24. http://www.merlot.org/ 25. http://www.oercommons.org/ 26. http://open4us.org/ 27. http://www.ocwconsortium.org/ 28. theOERResearchHub,ahubforresearch dataandOERexcellenceinpractice. http://oerresearchhub.org/ 29. Librarianscanalsobecomeknowledgeable aboutORsbyattendingconferences,seminars, andworkshops,eitherin-personorvirtually. Ofparticularnoteare theOpenEdConferenceheldintheUnited States, theOpenEducationalResourcesconference heldintheUnitedKingdomand theWorldOpenEducationalResources Congress 30. http://openedconference.org/ 31. http://oer14.org 32. A most appropriate opportunity to learn about OERs and Massive Open Online Courses is to take the OER-101: Locating, Creating, Licensing and Utilizing OERs MOOC, an open, self-paced online community course that has been built to demonstrate how to find, adapt, and develop OERs step-by-step. https://www.coursesites.com/s/_OER-101 33. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Current Awareness To remain informed about ongoing developments, librarians should read or subscribe to OER blogs, such as the Open Resources: Influence on Learning &amp; Educators (ORIOLE), and the OER blogs of the University of Bath and the Cable Green, Director Global Learning for Creative Commons 34. http://orioleproject.blogspot.com/ 35. http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/oer/ 36. http://blog.oer.sbctc.edu/ 37. Librarians should also consider subscribing to appropriate electronic discussion lists, such as the Library 2.0 Open Educational Resources group; the IL-OERS listserv, the electronic discussion list of the Information Literacy Group and Community Services Group; and the OER- DISCUSS@JISCMAIL.AC.UK mailing list. 38. http://www.library20.com/group/oer 39. https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=il-oers 40. https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=OER-DISCUSS 41. Librarians should also consider following relevant ongoing OER developments via Twitter hashtags (e.g., #oer, #opened, #ukoer). 42. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Promotion To increase an understanding of OERs within their communities, librarians should actively become involved in promoting each. Librarians can promote awareness of Open Educational Resources in general by preparing appropriate guides as have the Houston Community College, Renton Technical College, and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 43. http://libguides.hccs.edu/oer 44. http://libguides.rtc.edu/OER 45. http://guides.library.umass.edu/oer 46. Librarians can further promote OERs among their colleagues by engaging in relevant research and scholarship such asOpen Education and Libraries,Reaching the Heart of the University: Libraries and the Future of OER, andWhat Do Academic Libraries Have To Do With Open Educational Resources? 47. http://www.slideshare.net/ellyssa/open-education-and-libraries-presentation 48. http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/handle/2027.42/78006/ReachingtheHear toftheUniversity-KleymeerKleinmanHanss.pdf 49. http://www.slideshare.net/RJohnRobertson/what-do-academic-libraries-have-to- do-with-open-educational-resources 50. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_online_course 51. As defined by Wikipedia, a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is an online course aiming at large-scale participation and open access via the web. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_online_course 52. In late autumn 2012, the New York Times declared 2012 as the Year of the MOOC. Earlier, the MIT Review, claimed that they were the most important education technology in 200 years. In a cover story, Time, characterized MOOCs as a major factor that was reinventing college. The MOOC phenomenon has also been covered by The Guardian and the Times Educational Supplement, among numerous other educational and news media. 53. MOOC Providers http://www.moocs.co/Higher_Education_MOOCs.html 54. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Professional Development Librarians can begin to become more knowledgeable about MOOCs by reading major reviews and white papers, such as MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses, MOOCs and Open Education: Implications for Higher Education, and MOOCs Are On The Move: A Snapshot of the Rapid Growth of MOOCs. 55. http://www.eua.be/Libraries/Publication/EUA_Occasional_papers_MOOCs.sflb.ashx 56. http://publications.cetis.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/MOOCs-and-Open-Education.pdf 57. MOOCs are on the Move: A Snapshot of the Rapid Growth of MOOCs https://www.efmd.org/index.php/blog/view/250-white-paper-moocs-massive-open-online-courses 58. Librarians should explore the offerings of MOOC providers by searching or browsing the contents of a variety of directories, for example Class Central; the MOOC List and OnlineCourses.com. 59. http://www.class-central.com/ 60. http://www.mooc-list.com/ 61. http://www.onlinecourses.com/ 62. Librarian should schedule time to take a MOOC individually or as a library group. An ideal MOOC may be the MOOC MOOC, a MOOC intended as an examination of the MOOC phenomenon. http://www.moocmooc.com/ 63. Librarians should attend conferences, seminars, and webinars, in person or virtually. Notable recent events include Digital Literacies Conference 2013: Online Learning and MOOCs held at the University of Southampton (UK), re: BOOT California Higher Education: Leveraging Innovations in Online Education to Improve Cost Effectiveness and Increase Quality, and Understanding the Implications of Open Education: MOOCs and More, the SPARC-ACRL Forum held during the 2013 American Library Association Annual Conference. 64. https://www.cite.soton.ac.uk/activity-areas/digital-literacies-at-the-university-of- southampton/digital-literacies-conference-2013-online-learning-and-moocs/ 65. http://www.20mm.org/events/reboot-california-higher-education/ 66. http://www.sparc.arl.org/events/sparc-acrl-forum/ala13 67. Librarians should also review available recordings or slides such as Embracing OER &amp; MOOCs to Transform Education, Massive Open Online Courses as Drivers for Change and MOOCs &amp; Librarians. Of particular note is the 2013 ELI Online Spring Focus Session: Learn and MOOCs a two-day program held in early April 2013 that addressed several major issues relating to MOOCs, notably their accreditation; design and implementation; faculty perspectives; student demographics and motivation; and their potential benefits to a campus. 68. http://www.slideshare.net/zaid/embracing-oer-moocs-to-transform-education 69. http://www.cni.org/news/video-massive-open-online-courses-as-drivers/ 70. http://www.slideshare.net/valibrarian/acr-lmooc-panelsildeshare 71. http://www.educause.edu/events/eli-2013-online-spring-focus-session 72. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Current Awareness To remain informed about MOOC developments, librarians should subscribe or regularly visit websites that offer significant news, such as the Alt-Ed, a blog devoted to documenting significant initiatives relating to Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), digital badges, and similar alternative educational projects, and MOOCs and Libraries, a blog devoted to documenting librarian and library involvement in Massive Open Online Courses, 73. http://alternative-educate.blogspot.com/ 74. http://moocsandlibraries.blogspot.com/ 75. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Current Awareness the Chronicle of Higher Education, EDUCAUSE, and MOOC News and Reviews, an online publication devoted to thoughtful critique of individual MOOC courses and to discussion of the evolving MOOC landscape. Librarians should consider subscribing to the EDUCAUSE Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Constituent Group listserv, and join the Linkedin MOOC Massive Open Online Courses group and the Facebook MOOC group. 76. http://chronicle.com/section/ 77. http://www.educause.edu/ 78. http://moocnewsandreviews.com/ 79. http://listserv.educause.edu/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A0=MOOCS 80. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/MOOC-Massive-Open-Online-Courses-4652870/ 81. https://www.facebook.com/groups/216224345082359/ 82. Librarians should also consider following relevant ongoing MOOC developments via Twitter hashtags (e.g., #edex, #coursera, #moocs) 83. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Promotion Librarians can promote MOOCs by compiling library guides about this learning environment, such as Nova Eastern University, University of California, San Diego, Washtenwa Community College. 84. http://nova.campusguides.com/content.php?pid=421062&amp;sid=3442103 85. http://ucsd.libguides.com/content.php?pid=403885&amp;sid=3306405 86. http://libguides.wccnet.edu/mooc 87. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Promotion Librarians can further promote MOOCs among their colleagues by engaging in relevant research and scholarship such asAre You MOOC-ing Yet? A Review for Academic Libraries,Run aMOOC? An Examination of Course Materials in Massive Open Online Courses,Using Information Expertise to Enhance Massive Open Online Courses,and The MOOC and the Library: How Massive Online Only Courses Could Change the Future of Library Instruction. 88. http://newprairiepress.org/journals/index.php/CULS/article/view/1830 89. http://bit.ly/10835Lm 90. Abstract Itisatruthnotyetuniversallyacknowledgedthataventurebasedoninformationmustbe inwantofalibrarian.Librariansofferexpertiseinorganizingandmanaginginformation,clarifying andsupportingpeoplesinformationneeds,andenhancingpeoplesinformationliteracyskills.There areinnumerableendeavorstodayineducation,health,business,government,andotherdomains thatdrawheavilyoninformationresources.Onesuchendeavorinh...</p>

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