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Dr. Tannis Morgan 13h
Some interesting points to pull out of this article: first, the culture between faculty and IDs needs to shift from one of viewing ID as copyeditor to a valuable partner. Admin has role to help shift this.
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Dr. Constance Blomgren 3h
Yes The Attribution Builder by Washington State is very helpful.
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Cher 9h
To implement OER's, school districts must take advantage of the free, high quality and downloadable materials to support teaching and learning.
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Jenifer Davis 4h
The impact of personalized learning on the future of education will be real world, relevant, data driven learning experiences. PL allows students and staff the benefit of customizing interests and current abilities to ensure the maximum learning experience
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Ryan Jilka 15h
The impact of OER’s on the future of education will be the most significant change ever in access to education regardless of income or birthplace. Education will no longer be bound to brick and mortar or packaged curriculum
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Ryan Jilka 15h
Districts & schools that use OERs will allow us to share & educate all equally and yet differentiate like never before. It frees them from constraints of finances & the influence of 15 lobbied Texans on texts
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A.J. O'Connell Jun 19
Calling all instructors who teach with . Does the administration at your school support your use of open resources? If so, I'd love to talk to you for an article. (If there's a specific way you wish they'd support you, I also want to talk to you. )
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KPU Open Education Jun 20
Research states that 89% of students either strongly agreed or agreed in responding to the statement “ increased my satisfaction with the learning experience.” To learn more visit:
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Ryan Jilka 15h
To implement OER‘s schools & districts must quit looking at the ease of implementation & start finding truly custom made curriculums to fit their needs. We must move away from antiquated ideas of what attendance is required for learning
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Jenifer Davis 5h
Districts and schools that use OERs will access a variety of information, knowledge, and perspective. This will ensure that staff and students are exposed to a relevant, multi-disciplinary education regardless of budget, location, or leadership
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Jenifer Davis 5h
The impact of OERs on the future of education will be an increase of knowledge without an increase in textbook budgetary needs. On average, US schools spend over 8 billion dollars annually on textbooks and related staff textbook materials!
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Jenifer Davis 4h
Districts and schools that utilize personalized learning strategies will create and promote an engaged staff and student body. When learning is related to the individual, learning can be related to high application and large retention rates .
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Jenifer Davis 4h
To implement personalized learning schools and districts must protect digital resources and individual autonomy. PL is only effective when appropriate tools are available and accessible to the learner
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Jenifer Davis 5h
To implement OERs schools and districts must stay up to date with trends and emerging OER resources. In addition, district leaders and human fiscal resources must ensure the “openness” of these sites is protected while balancing student safety. .
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Chris Heard Jun 24
I just returned an exam copy of a potential textbook. Nothing really wrong with the book. I just realized that more and more, I find that using a textbook constrains rather than supports my course design. OTOH academic studies needs more .
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Ryan Luke Jun 24
The impact of OERs on the future of education could be massive. Many colleges are using “MOOCS” (Massive Open Online Course). Basically anyone with a computer and an internet connection can participate.
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Matt DeCarlo 11h
Textbook project updates: one reviewer dropped out. Put out a call for reviewers on the listserv, and I have seven emails in the last 20 minutes for people who want to review for free!
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TX Higher Ed Foundation 7h
Howdy friends! We heard that hotel rooms are going fast, so don't forget to book your room and register for the Open Educational Resources Convening in Austin. Let's aim for our goals with !
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kevincorcoran Jun 24
friends - still looking for your help if possible. Thanks!
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Chad Baalman 11h
Districts and school that use OERs will be giving students a clear advantage over those that are tied to textbooks. These students will have an advantage with the most current information available to them Districts will also save money.
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