|CETIS Conference 2013|
|Tue 12 Mar:|
|10:30||Welcome: Paul Hollins|
|11:15||Keynote: Josie Fraser|
|-||IMS QTI v2.1|
|-||HE Information Landscape - Seize the Day|
|-||Open Practice and OER sustainability|
|-||Future of CETIS|
|Wed 13 Mar:|
|-||Open Innovation and Open Development|
|-||Skills and competence opportunities|
|-||Analytics and Institutional Capabilities|
|14:15||Keynote: Patrick McAndrew|
Facilitators: Lorna, Phil, Li
HEFCE funding of the HE Academy/JISC Open Educational Resources programme has come to an end, but this should not mean the end of UK OER. The emphasis of the programme was always on sustainable release of resources and change in culture and practice, not a one-off dumping of teaching materials. Through the programme we have seen changes in approaches to the management of learning resources, learnt about how they can disseminated openly, and embarked on some new practices in Open Education that go well beyond (and occasionally do not even include) open access to learning materials.
In this session we reflect on some of these changes and new approaches, with an emphasis on which are sustainable and how various technologies might help with sustainability.
We are lucky that many expert and experienced people from the UK OER field agreed to do short presentations, which offer many perspectives on the issues around open practice OER sustainability.
1.00 - 1.10 - Intro, Phil Barker (Cetis)
1.10 - 1.20 - David Kernohan (Jisc)
1.20 - 1.30 - Joe Wilson (SQA)
1.30 - 1.40 Discussion
1.40 - 1.50 - Sarah Currier (Jorum/Mimas) (slides)
1.50 - 2.00 - Yvonne Howard (ePrints Edshare/Humbox)
2.00 - 2.10 Discussion
2.40 - 3.15 Coffee
3.15 - 3.25 - Marion Manton (Oxford)
3.25 - 3.35 - Julian Tenney (Nottingham)
3.35 - 3.45 Discussion
3.45 - 3.55 - Nick Sheppard (Leeds Met) (prezi)
3.55 - 4.05 - Amber Thomas (Warwick)
4.05 - 4.30 Discussion & close.