Samuel Nikoi at Leicester University talked about an evaluation framework...
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22 March 2010
Samuel Nikoi at Leicester University talked about an evaluation framework
Evaluation framework developed within the University of Leicester OTTER project for conversion of content from existing teaching materials to OER.
- staff attitudes (King et al., 2008)
- degrees of openness
- design for openness
- UNESCO Toolkit
- Andy Lane – integrated model
OTTER experience has led to CORRE framework
C – Content:
- Gathering: Analyse, look for gaps, reach agreement (written)
- Screening: type, editorial issues, language (cross-cultural), learning design
O – Openness
- Pedagogical: changes to context, goals, activities, outcomes, level, …
- Legal: 3rd party, acknowledged, copyright held, permission, cost, appropriate CC chosen
- Technical: formats, standalone, other tools required, potential to evolve.
RR – Reuse and repurpose
- internal validation: OER team/Academic partners/stakeholder carry out reality check
- externally: put online and get feedback from students and educators. (70 students giving feedback – 12 external, 18 educators interviewed)
E – Evidence
- Quantitative: Google analytics, views, downloads, etc.
- Qualitative: Questions about changes, difficulties, benefits, improvements.
Q: what is the resource required by the framework.
A: OTTER has allowed us to do this. Without this the resource implications.
Q: How to negotiate with faculties.
A: Built on existing connections – used a simple memorandum to reach agreement (not in legal terms).
13:02 on 22 March 2010