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3 Type of Learning/Teaching Aids Resources and Instructional Design 3 VisualAudioTextualEquipment Graphics & Photographs Digital Animations Video (Digital, VHS, YouTube) Vodcasts (Video Podcasts) Educational Comic Books Records/CDs Audio Tape/Digital Audio Podcasts Books e-Books Journal Articles (Paper-Based & Digital) Academic Web Sites Display Boards/Cutaways Part-Task Trainers Actual Equipment

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Instructional Design Course Resources and Instructional Design Agenda Types of resources to support Instruction. What is an OER? Concepts Supporting OERs Where to Find OERs OERs and the Instructional Design Process OERs and Copyright Resources and Instructional Design 2 3 Type of Learning/Teaching Aids Resources and Instructional Design 3 VisualAudioTextualEquipment Graphics & Photographs Digital Animations Video (Digital, VHS, YouTube) Vodcasts (Video Podcasts) Educational Comic Books Records/CDs Audio Tape/Digital Audio Podcasts Books e-Books Journal Articles (Paper-Based & Digital) Academic Web Sites Display Boards/Cutaways Part-Task Trainers Actual Equipment Learning/Teaching Aid Sources Previous courses/units of instruction. Institutional libraries (paper & digital documents). The Web. Open source sites (e.g. YouTube, Podcast sites.) Commercial free sites (e.g. Microsoft clipart). Create own custom educational/training aid. Open Educational Resources Web Sites. Resources and Instructional Design 4 What is an OER? OER = Open Educational Resources Share knowledge by sharing resources Educational resources include: Courses and/or modules (full and outline) Educational materials (e.g. handouts, assignments) Digital files (photos, podcasts, graphics, etc.) Print materials (student guides, exercises, etc.) Interactive resources (games, simulations, etc.) E-Books and E-Journal Articles Resources and Instructional Design 5 6 OER Principles Resources and Instructional Design Reuse Redistribute Remix Revise 7 Where to Find OERs Resources and Instructional Design Selecting OERs Before using an OER consider: The author and his/her expertise. The format of the original OER. The language How much work will it take to re- purpose? How will it support my course goals & objectives? Resources and Instructional Design 8 9 Types of OERs and ISD Resources and Instructional Design Analysis Background Studies Curriculum/ Course Outlines Design Course & Modules Educational Handouts Exercises & Assignments Development Multimedia Content Graphics/ Photos Video/ Audio Clips Podcasts Production Authoring Templates Pre- Formatted Content SCORM Content Delivery E-BooksE-Articles 10 OER and Copyright Creative Commons Licence used for most OERs. National and international copyright overrides Creative Commons Licence. Six different licences Must cite original authors when publishing content. Resources and Instructional Design AttributionCommercial & Non Commercial distribution, remix, revision allowed. Attribution- Share Alike Commercial & Non Commercial distribution, remix, revision allowed. All derivatives must carry original licence. Attribution-No Derivatives Commercial & Non-Commercial distribution allowed without any changes. Must credit author. Attribution-Non Commercial Non Commercial distribution, remix, revision allowed. No derivative licence required. Attribution-Non Commercial Share Alike Non Commercial distribution, remix, revision allowed. All derivatives must carry original licence. Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives Non-Commercial distribution allowed without any changes. Must credit author. Most restrictive licence. Attribution Method CC-BYCC-BY Attribution: Smith, J.B. (2011). Tourism and its Impact on the Economy. (Paper on Web Site). Available at:. CC-BYCC-BY Attribution: Smith, J.B. (2011). Tourism and its Impact on the Economy. (Paper on Web Site). Available at:. Resources and Instructional Design 11 Link to original CC licence Original Authors Name Date of original Title (If Available Type of OER Location Other Copyright Considerations If not licenced in Creative Commons, must be offered in the Public Domain. If not stated in the Public Domain must assume content is copyrighted. Copy and paste from web-sites requires copyright permission from author/web site administrator. Use of readings, journal articles and book chapters require copyright permission from publisher/author. Resources and Instructional Design 12 Summary OERs can be used in course creation. OERs are covered by copyright ensure you understand the limitations. Make sure you attribute all OER content (and other sources). Consider the amount of work required to use OERs. Respect the copyright of other authors/sites. Resources and Instructional Design 13