Join @DocBlom for #aboerjc October 6 at 7pm. We will chat about Bozkurt, A. (2019). From Distance Education to Open and Distance Learning: A Holistic Evaluation of History, Definitions, and Theories. (pp. 252-273). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. https://bit.ly/3n2Ifj8

https://bit.ly/3n2Ifj8

Questions:

1. We will be focusing on the second half of the chapter ( pp. 261 – 273) as it relates to open and distance learning (ODL). Bozkurt discusses pedagogy, andragogy, and heutagogy on page 264. How does this discussion influence your understanding of ODL?

2. The pyramid diagram (p. 264) indicates a progression from engagement, to cultivation to realization. Does this fit with your experiences with openness in education?

3. As a learner, do you see your experiences reflected in Figure 5? If so, how?

4. As an instructor/teacher do you see your experiences reflected in Figure 5? If so, how?

5. What do you think about the concept of rhizomatic learning as part of understanding openness in education? How does it relate to connectivism?

6. What is your key takeaway from reading and discussing this article?

#aboerjc Sept 8 2020 Archive with @Cambrian_Jess


Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam
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#aboerjc Thank you @Cambrian_Jess for the article and discussion. Our discussion will be archived in a few days to capture synch and asynch participation. @DocBlom @egchristiansen @CordeliaSnowdon @nthnlwly @DebJCarter Take care all.Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess

Since our hour is up, I want to thank everyone who participated in the #ABOERJC conversation this evening. It was fun, thought-provoking & Godzilla-approved. Let’s be gentle with ourselves and do our best to support each other in open ways & otherwise.

Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

Since our hour is up, I want to thank everyone who participated in the #ABOERJC conversation this evening. It was fun, thought-provoking & Godzilla-approved. Let’s be gentle with ourselves and do our best to support each other in open ways & otherwise.

Dr. Constance Blomgren @DocBlom6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

A5 #aboerjc In the USA #GoOpen initiative for K-12 there are ambassador states to support newer states – so a mentoring model even at a high level ( big oer) not just educator level(little oer).

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC A5: I also think it makes sense to target advocacy and find ways to focus efforts. We struggled with our advocacy it we tried to appeal to all profs – but there are many who will never be convinced to experiment with their approach to teaching.

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

And perhaps renewable with their consent #aboerjcNathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwlyReplying to @nthnlwly

#aboerjc A4: Several of my profs are doing async video lectures; one day a week and live class the other day. There is perhaps an opportunity to assign students to create “mini lectures” that profs could combine to use in their course moving forward as video lectures. 2/2

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Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @melyoung00 @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC this^^ as well as sharing student stories. It is so powerful to hear students talk about the benefits of OER that they experienced thanks to profs at our university.

Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

Q5: Please share your reactions to the excerpt below (p. 144). If faculty are more likely to adopt OER-EP if they can engage with powerful examples, what can institutions, practitioners, learning designers & advocates do to support open practices beyond OER adoption? #ABOERJC

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC It’s an important question. I think that the invitation can still be there but it needs to be clear so students can be consenting collaborators in the process and not just engaging because they think they have to

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc A4: For #openaccess #OEP-EP enthusiasts it may be an opportunity to draw others into #OEP; it may be daunting for others who do not know where to begin, or feel they do not have the time, confidence, or ability to make the shift. @DoctorDoood @DocBlom @egchristiansenJess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess

Q4: How might the pandemic impact educators’ ability to facilitate renewable assignments and OER-EP learning opportunities over the coming academic year(s)? #ABOERJC

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Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

A4. I’m struggling with this. In the midst of a global pandemic, is it appropriate to invite students to work in ways that are non-standard and potentially public? Will this just add to the stress or increase the perceived relevance? I know both statements will hold true #ABOERJC

Show this threadCordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC A4: Since we already have so many online courses and MOOCs, I don’t imagine there will be a huge increase. If anything I think we might see a decrease because it is exhausting to maintain a high engagement and commitment to online work right now

Dr. Constance Blomgren @DocBlom6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

A4 #aboerjc mmm….I still think that #OER awareness is key before you can move into # #OER readiness & then oer enabled pedagogy @johnhiltoniii @opencontent @egchristiansen @erikasmith @margymaclibrary @CordeliaSnowdon

Nathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly6d

#aboerjc A4: Several of my profs are doing async video lectures; one day a week and live class the other day. There is perhaps an opportunity to assign students to create “mini lectures” that profs could combine to use in their course moving forward as video lectures. 2/2

Show this threadNathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly6d

#aboerjc A4: I was thinking that the idea of “video tutorials” might translate nicely in our pandemic context. If students engage in creating these now it may help future students if the online format continues beyond Winter 2021 at traditionally in-person institutions. 1/?

Show this threadRosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc Moving away from textbooks is a challenge – creating #OER #OEP can be so also. It takes a village to create – bottom up from instructors with help from instructional designers, techs, and institutional champions who support and encourage #openaccessDr. Constance Blomgren @DocBlomReplying to @Cambrian_Jess @KlamnJam

Yes I think that it is part of the picture at the higher ed institutes. For profs & sessional instructors a textbook seems straightforward for all involved @egchristiansen @margymaclibrary #aboerjc

Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

Q4: How might the pandemic impact educators’ ability to facilitate renewable assignments and OER-EP learning opportunities over the coming academic year(s)? #ABOERJC

Show this threadRosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc A3: I too keep old assignments and feedback – do not consider papers as disposable @nthnlwly @thatpsychprofNathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly

#aboerjc A3: As an English student, it’s mostly those “disposable” essays for me. Though I do take offence at that term for my work!!! I keep all my old assignments and the feedback and have referenced them throughout my degree. 1/?

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Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @KlamnJam @melyoung00 @nthnlwly

#ABOERJC @nthnlwly have found this especially challenging, because COVID has limited access to physical copies, so we can’t even go to sign out a book from another campus or sit and read it

Nathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly6d

#aboerjc A3: In one Creative Nonfiction course the entire assignment was to do research on publishers and write a piece to potentially submit to a publication. I don’t remember an open aspect to the assignment but it was highly valuable, if not renewable. 3/3

Show this threadNathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly6d

#aboerjc A3: Some of my professors have made an effort to make some meaning out of papers by encouraging students to submit to conferences/publications with their work. 2/?

Nathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly6d

#aboerjc A3: As an English student, it’s mostly those “disposable” essays for me. Though I do take offence at that term for my work!!! I keep all my old assignments and the feedback and have referenced them throughout my degree. 1/?

Show this threadRosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc Researching would be more difficult without access to university/college library as tutor or grad student. @melyoung00 @nthnlwlyCordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdonReplying to @DocBlom @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC True! Perhaps not selfish but even while advocating for OER I did not realize just how thankful I would be for open content after I left university.

Dr. Constance Blomgren @DocBlom6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

A3 #ABOERJC In my BOLT courses I have MEd students write a blog post for marks. When finished I have the revised copy uploaded to the “Multi Author BOLT blog”. It houses #OER professional learning bolt.athabascau.ca

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @DocBlom @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC True! Perhaps not selfish but even while advocating for OER I did not realize just how thankful I would be for open content after I left university.

Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

Q3: Can you share any examples of renewable assignments, “soap-sculpture math” or other forms of constructionist/constructivist learning from your own contexts? #ABOERJC

Show this threadCordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @DocBlom @KlamnJam and 3 others

#ABOERJC I feel like that’s an effort to try to challenge perceptions of OER as poor quality. ‘Looking’ like a traditional textbook may make people more comfortable because it will align with expectations about what teaching materials ‘should’ look like

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc In Canada there seems to be more #OER and #OEP uptake in K-12 – very lively discussions. @verenanz has great examples. There are pockets of innovation at unis and colleges.Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_JessReplying to @DocBlom @AthabascaU

I can certainly relate to that feeling. Do you think we in Canada lag behind other countries or pockets of innovation when it comes to #OER and #OEP uptake? If we’re the laggards, who are the leaders?

Dr. Constance Blomgren @DocBlom6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess @KlamnJam

Yes I think that it is part of the picture at the higher ed institutes. For profs & sessional instructors a textbook seems straightforward for all involved @egchristiansen @margymaclibrary #aboerjc

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @CordeliaSnowdon @DocBlom @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC Lastly, from a purely selfish standpoint, I am even more appreciative of OER now because I can still access research without a student library subscription

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @DocBlom @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC Good point! I am also curious how the pandemic has affected textbook sales and if we will see more student-led advocacy within the classroom. This was always challenging b/c of the power imbalance but maybe now pressure will increase?

Dr. Constance Blomgren @DocBlom6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess @AthabascaU

There are pockets of leaders everywhere but as @mweller notes Big #OER needs to meet up with little oer. #aboerjc

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc Challenges around keeping students engaged. This is a shift from F2F or blended to online.Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess

Q2. The pandemic has presented myriad challenges to teaching and learning, underscoring the urgent need for universal access to resources such as OER. In what ways have you observed (or not) practitioners engaging with #OER and #open practices in this unprecedented time? #ABOERJC

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#aboerjc A2: I have noticed tweets from K-12 teachers posting examples and queries on examples for their classrooms. Sharing information.

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC A2 I was wrapping up my final semester in March, so I have not experienced my own profs shifting to include more OER, but I am excited by the increasing narrative around the need to provide accommodations and remove barriers that opens up discussions of OER

Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

Q2. The pandemic has presented myriad challenges to teaching and learning, underscoring the urgent need for universal access to resources such as OER. In what ways have you observed (or not) practitioners engaging with #OER and #open practices in this unprecedented time? #ABOERJC

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#ABOERJC Godzilla is super excited about the content and a clear reframing of open

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam6d

#aboerjc A1: I am Rosemarri Klamn, tutor and doctoral student- I view OER enabled pedagogy with great enthusiam. Examples are always welcome from many perspectives. I am a tutor and doctoral student.

Cordelia Snowdon @CordeliaSnowdon6dReplying to @Cambrian_Jess

#aboerjc A1 – Cordelia Snowdon (she/her)

Nathan Lawley  he/him/his @nthnlwly6d

#aboerjc A1: I’m Nathan Lawley (he/him pronouns)! My general impression was glee at all the great examples of #OER-enabled pedagogy I was reading about.

Show this threadJess O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess6d

Q1. Welcome to #ABOERJC for Tuesday, September 8, 2020! Please introduce yourself and share your general impression of the Wiley and Hilton (2018) article Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy in a GIF.

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It’s #ABOERJC time and I’m your guest host for the hour. Aanii, bonjour, hello those joining us synch + asynch. Here’s a link to Wiley & Hilton’s article & our Qs. #opened #oer aboerjournalclub.home.blog

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJamSep 8

#aboerjc Twitter Chat w/ @Cambrian_Jess 9pm EST / 7pm MDT aboerjournalclub.home.blogRosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam

#aboerjc @laurelbeaton @JenniferAnsorg1 @jwalinga @prairie_teacher @PLmacisaac @CordeliaSnowdon @CherylHW @penpln @nthnlwly twitter.com/Cambrian_Jess/…

twitter.com/KlamnJam/status/1303451847777284096

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJamSep 8

#aboerjc @laurelbeaton @JenniferAnsorg1 @jwalinga @prairie_teacher @PLmacisaac @CordeliaSnowdon @CherylHW @penpln @nthnlwlyJess O’Reilly @Cambrian_JessReplying to @KlamnJam @DocBlom and 2 others

This is happening tonight at 9pm EST / 7pm MDT #opened folx @MarnieSeal @melyoung00 @MichaelDab @hj_dewaard @NurseKillam @GOGN_OER @johnhiltoniii @OpenLibraryON

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJamSep 7

#aboerjc Tuesday Sept 8 @ 7pm MDT. Discuss Wiley & HIlton’s (2018) #OER-EP and share your thoughts/ examples on renewable assignments. @Cambrian_Jess is our guide. @DocBlom @actualham @thatpsychprof aboerjournalclub.home.blog

Jess O’Reilly @Cambrian_JessSep 4

To those interested in #opened & #oer, please consider joining me on Tuesday, Sept. 8 @ 7pm MDT / 9pm EST for a #ABOERJC discussion of Wiley & Hilton’s (2018) article Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy. More info here: aboerjournalclub.home.blog

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJamSep 1

#aboerjc begins again Tuesday, Sept 8 @ 7pm MDT. A message from @Cambrian_Jess on our Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy discussion. wordpress.com/block-editor/p… @egchristiansen @DocBlom @verenanz @serenabhen @rlawson545 @catherinecronin @shawnnfraser @mary_pringle

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJamAug 25

Article posted on #aboerjc blog. Please retweet. Questions to follow. wordpress.com/block-editor/p… @egchristiansen @eriksation @DocBlom @serenabhen @mcnuttsaysRosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJam

#aboerjc. Mark your calendars for September 8, 2020 @ 7pm MDT. Join Jessica O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess for a discussion on Wiley & Hilton III’s (2018) article: Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy. This deviates from our first of month schedule. @serenabhen @mcnuttsays @mary_pringle

Rosemarri Klamn, MAPC, CPHR she/her/hers @KlamnJamAug 25

#aboerjc. Mark your calendars for September 8, 2020 @ 7pm MDT. Join Jessica O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess for a discussion on Wiley & Hilton III’s (2018) article: Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy. This deviates from our first of month schedule. @serenabhen @mcnuttsays @mary_pringle

#aboerjc Sept 8 @ 7pm MDT. Join @Cambrian_Jess to discuss Wiley and Hilton III’s 2018 article Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 19(4). https://doi.org/10.19173/irrodl.v19i4.3601

Hello and thank you for your interest in the Alberta OER Journal Club. I’m Jess O’Reilly, and I have the honour of facilitating this first Twitter chat of the 2020 academic year. I invite you to explore David Wiley and John Wilton’s 2018 article Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy with us this evening.

Inviting learners to participate in renewable assignment projects based on the principles of OER-Enabled Pedagogy (OER-EP) has become a cornerstone of both my teaching practice and my ongoing doctoral research. Over the past several semesters, I have been inviting learners to participate in renewable assignment projects based on the principles of OER-EP. On the whole, their reactions have been quite positive, and their choices highly varied. Some learners are enthusiastic about publicly sharing their work, while others are happy to share under an alias. Others do not wish to contribute their work to the Commons. Some learners choose to apply open licenses to their publications, and others don’t. The choices are highly individual and contextual – and that’s okay.

As we start an academic year that has been touched by the pandemic in so many ways, I’d like to return to the concept of renewable assignments, viewed through a “in the thick of COVID-19” lens. While my doctoral research focuses on learner perceptions of OER-EP, this evening I would like to focus our conversation on you – the practitioners, researchers, OER advocates, skeptics. Thank you in advance for your critical engagement and shared insights.  – Jess

QUESTIONS:

Q1: Welcome to #ABOERJC for Tuesday, September 8, 2020! Please introduce yourself and share your general impression of the Wiley and Hilton (2018) article Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy in a GIF.

Q2: The pandemic has presented myriad challenges to teaching and learning, underscoring the urgent need for universal access to resources such as OER. In what ways have you observed (or not observed) practitioners engaging with OER and open practices in this unprecedented time?

Q3: Can you share any examples of renewable assignments, “soap-sculpture math” or other forms of constructionist / constructivist learning from your own contexts?

Q4: How might the pandemic impact educators’ ability to facilitate renewable assignments and OER-EP learning opportunities over the coming academic year(s)?

Q5: Please share your reactions to the excerpt below (from p. 144). If faculty are more likely to adopt OER-EP if they can engage with powerful examples, what can institutions, practitioners, learning designers, and advocates do better to support open practices beyond OER adoption?

#aboerjc. Mark your calendars for September 8, 2020 @ 7pm MDT. Join Jessica O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess for a discussion on Wiley & Hilton III’s (2018) article: Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy.

Wiley, D., & Hilton III, J. L. (2018). Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning19(4). https://doi.org/10.19173/irrodl.v19i4.3601

#aboerjc. Mark your calendars for September 8, 2020. Join Jessica O’Reilly @Cambrian_Jess for a discussion on Wiley & Hilton III’s (2018) article: Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy.

Questions on the article will be posted and tweeted prior to September 8, 2020. Please review the article and join us with Jess @ 7pm MDT.

December 3rd #aboerjc discussion questions

This month’s discussion will hosted by Connie Blomgren (@DocBlom). She will be asking questions related to a presentation from OEGlobal19, a keynote given by Dominic Orr (@DominicOrr) titled “New Learning pathways in an open and digital  world – What might the education landscape look like in 2030?”.
He holds the position of Adjunct Professor Novia Gorica & Research Lead at Kiron Open Higher Education. Here is the link to his slidedeck https://speakerdeck.com/dominic_orr/new-learning-pathways-in-an-open-and-digital-world-what-might-the-education-landscape-look-like-in-2030?slide=4.

Discussion questions: 4 Major Goals for higher education are given as well as 4 pathways for higher education learners.

  1. Are these 4 goals for higher education attainable? To what degree do you see these goals as being difficult to achieve? (I will list these 4 goals in a series of tweets – so people can engage).
  2. The first learning pathway (i.e. the closed ecosystem of a Tamagotchi metaphor) matches with our current higher education practices. Do you see this changing by 2030? Why or why not?
  3. The second pathway (Jenga metaphor) has a foundation created through shorter study blocks and in Jenga style you build it up. What would be the merits or drawbacks to this approach?
  4. The third pathway is based on a Lego metaphor – with modules of different sizes and needs making up the learner’s pathway through higher education. What are the merits or drawbacks to a Lego metaphor for a learning pathway?
  5. The 4th is on the Transformer metaphor -where learners do not directly enter into higher ed and instead acquire their learning identity through experiences which contributes to their eventual studies. What are the merits or drawbacks to this model?

Archive of Nov 5, 2019 #aboerjc

Thank you Lee Graham (@ak_leeg) & Verena Roberts for leading November’s #aboerjc. In this conversation we discussed the following article:

Graham, L. & Roberts, V. (2019) Sharing a Pragmatic Networked Model for Open Pedagogy: The Open Hub Model of Knowledge Generation in Higher Education Environments. International Journal of Innovation in Online Education. Feb 01. DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2019029340. Retrieved from: http://onlineinnovationsjournal.com/streams/the-influence-of-social-media-on-online-education/166ed2992d9a3c9d.html

Web and PDF versions of the full Twitter conversation can be found below.

Web version: https://twitter.com/search?q=(%23aboerjc)%20until%3A2019-11-10%20since%3A2019-11-05&src=typd&f=live

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Archive of Oct 8, 2019 #aboerjc

Thanks @awakaruk for sharing your expertise and leading a conversation on “How to Fight  Fair Use Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt: The Experience of One Open Educational Resource.”  Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship, 3(1), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.17161/jcel.v3i1.9751

The web version of our conversation be can be viewed using the link below. There’s also a PDF version available on the Archive page. Conversations presented in reverse chronological order.

Web archive: https://twitter.com/search?q=(%23aboerjc)%20until%3A2019-10-10%20since%3A2019-10-08&src=typed_query&f=live

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ABOER Journal Club Twitter discussion, October 8, 2019

Article

Weeramuni,  L., (2019).  How to Fight  Fair Use Fear,  Uncertainty, and Doubt: The  Experience  of One Open  Educational Resource.  Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship, 3(1), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.17161/jcel.v3i1.9751

Note: This article was written in a US context, where fair use is a statutory exception to copyright infringement. In Canada, we have a similar legal provision, known as fair dealing.

For reference, section 29 of the Canadian Copyright Act states, “Fair dealing for the purpose of research, private study, education, parody or satire does not infringe copyright.” https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/c-42/page-9.html#h-103270

Caselaw is used to help assess whether or not a dealing may be fair. At the end of the day, however, only a court of law can determine if a dealing is fair. 

Discussion Questions

Q1: Appendix A of the article is a licence between MIT and MIT faculty members. The licence grants MIT non-exclusive rights to use faculty-created content in OCW. Would such a licence be necessary at your institution? Why or why not? (Hint: IP provisions are usually found in collective agreements. Here is a link to provisions at Alberta colleges and universities: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hklxz1SSFuTEUdWZTILmcTcbYgS2fOrS7RP_0IKu0PA/edit?usp=sharing )

Q2: If the faculty member developing the OER holds copyright in the content they create do they need to rely on fair dealing to include it in an OER?

Q3: What is the source of the “fair use fear” as described in this article?

Q4: What type of institutional supports are needed to implement a fair dealing assessment service for OER like the one in place at MIT?

Q5: No Canadian university or college has institutional fair dealing guidelines that support the re-use of an entire work (e.g., cover page of a book) in an OER. Considering the Supreme Court of Canada’s suggested fair dealing factors, is the use of a book’s cover page, as described in the article, likely to be fair?

Factors to consider when assessing whether a dealing is fair:

(i) The Purpose of the Dealing

(ii) The Character of the Dealing

(iii) The Amount of the Dealing

(iv) Alternatives to the Dealing

(v) The Nature of the Work

(vi) Effect of the Dealing on the Work

Archive of Sept 3, 2019 #aboerjc

Thanks for joining @eriksation and friends discuss McNally and Christiansen’s article Open enough? Eight factors to consider when transitioning from closed to open resources and courses: A conceptual frameworkFirst Monday 24(6). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v24i6.9180.

Our usual Twitter archiving tool has been acting up, so we’ve opted to provide the twitter.com search. If you want to read the conversation in order, please start from the bottom of the page. Scroll down until all tweets have stopped loading. We’ve also provided a static PDF which is located on the Archive page.

Twitter conversation: https://twitter.com/search?f=live&q=(%23aboerjc)%20until%3A2019-09-05%20since%3A2019-09-03&src=typed_query

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