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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Open Education Resource 2) over $4 billion are spent on textbooks each year 4) Creative Commons takes care of copyrights . 6) # of Creative Commons licensed works in 2006=56 7) # of Creative Commons licensed works in 2014=886 million. 3) textbooks are easily damaged, heavy, and become obsolete 5)14 countries have made national commitments to open education 8) OER is available in different languages including audio, sign language, and braille 9) Colleges who are contributing to OER include: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.C. Berkley, Stanford, Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and Notre Dame to name a few. 10) Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) can range in sizefrom 24-100,000 students 1) Who? Anyone, YOU are invited! What? Places on the internet where people share knowledge. When? Current topics can be shared and updated anytime, anyplace Where? All over the planet-from Kansas, USA to Cape Town, South Africa Why? To share knowledge and ideas. Competent sites have content management and provide reference citations. How? Selecting an OER and finding and contributing content. Join the FUN! 1) Who: Anyone/YOU What: Online sharing for knowledge and ideas When: Current and up to date information Where: Anywhere in the world, from Kansas, USA to Cape Town, South Africa Why: To share ideas, curriculum, facts How: Use of the internet References: Johnson, L., Adams, Becker S., Estrada, V., and Freeman, A (2014).NMC Horizon Report:2014 K-12 Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium.Retrieved February 21-24 2015, from, Andrew (2014). Moving Beyond the Textbook. Boston, MA: Edutopia. Retrieved from licensed works McGreal, R., Kinuthia, W., & Marshall, S., (2013). Open Educational Resources: Innovation, Research and Practice. Vancouver, Canada. Retreived from
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