Open Educational Resources for School Teachers from Developing Nations

Introductory Open Educational Resources (OER) course is focused mainly for elementary school teachers from developing nations. After this course participants will be able to

* recognise open and free educational resources online
* understand the different license policies
* learn how to reuse, create new, remix and share/distribute educational resources
* be an active member of the OER community and spread the awareness of OER

Enrollment for this course ended on April 10, 2011.
In case of questions, please contact the facilitator.

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May 7, 2011

Assignments

07.05.2011 15:21 by Nithin Lakshmana
The attached refers, plaese. There are my assignment in respect of OER course. _adaka terfa
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May 1, 2011

assignment 4 -sanjay kalgaonkar

01.05.2011 14:27 by Nithin Lakshmana
> Subject: assignments-week IV > Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 04:13:01 IST > > > Iattach with this the assignments IV . > sanjay Kalgaonkar
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assignment 4 -sanjay kalgaonkar

01.05.2011 14:25 by Nithin Lakshmana
> Subject: assignments-week I Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 04:13:01 IST Go to Attachment(s) Download all attachments Note: To help protect your privacy, images from this message have been blocked.View images | What is this?
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April 30, 2011

My assignment

30.04.2011 18:38 by Nithin Lakshmana
Hi, My Name is Paul Lengar Born 5th January 1988 Address is 16 Pyne street, off Circular Road, Freetown Sierra Leone. Thanks Paul Lengar ISSL Council Sierra Leone.
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LESSONS GAINED FROM THE Open Educational Resources for School Teachers from Developing Nations

30.04.2011 1:03 by Ibrahim Oyekanmi
Participating in this course has further broadened my knowledge of the OER concept.My readings have allowed me understand the CC licensing system better and further enriched my knowledge of various OER authoring software and web sites that i ha
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April 29, 2011

OER IMPLEMENTATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.

29.04.2011 22:44 by Ibrahim Oyekanmi
From my perspective, nations in the developing world stand to benefit the most from a proper implementation of OER. Our educational systems are mostly in dire need of qualitative educational materials which are scarce to find and where available are
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CC licenses

29.04.2011 20:58 by Ibrahim Oyekanmi
Creative Commons licenses are several copyright licenses that allow the distribution of copyrighted works. The licenses differ by several combinations that condition the terms of distribution. They were initially released on December 16, 2002 by Crea
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Reusing OER and Open Content

29.04.2011 20:28 by Ibrahim Oyekanmi
Some available educational resources relevant to my courses of study which i have had the opportunity of gaining from include:    http://forrestercomputing.wikispaces.com/Int+2+%26+Higher+Computing(Introduction to C
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Authoring Tools

29.04.2011 20:03 by Ibrahim Oyekanmi
from my findings, the following sites offer a good opportunity for authoring:http://www.issuelab.org/http://www.oercommons.org/http://www.wikieducator.org/http://www.gentoo-wiki.com/http://www.wikispaces.com/
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Characteristics of OER

29.04.2011 19:43 by Ibrahim Oyekanmi
Characteristics of OEROpen Educational Resources are best understood by the following characteristics that define them as a way of definition:Open:Cost minimizationOERs are most commonly cost-free. The OER movement
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April 28, 2011

oerforeducators to Nithin Lakshmana

28.04.2011 7:23
Sorry for the late response, here is one particular study of OER prespective in developing nations. hope this will be helpful for you. http://cnx.org/content/m14422/latest/
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April 10, 2011

oerforeducators to

10.04.2011 18:50
Dear Franklin, you assginment is a very good read. I should say that I appreciate your energy and effort to make your school no less than any other school. Nithin

April 5, 2011

Paul Lengar to Nithin Lakshmana

05.04.2011 18:30
HI friends, This is my blog account for INTER SECONDARY SCHOOLS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL paullengar2011oer.wordpress.com Best Regards,
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