|At the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Define openness in an educational context with reference to the history, current practice and instantiation forms of open education practice.
- Examine relevant forms of intellectual property and copyright licensing of open educational resources and to apply correct licenses when enable reusing, revising, remixing or redistributing open content.
- Analyse and compare production models (e.g. peer collaboration versus traditional production models, remix versus create anew) using the criteria of cost (time), quality and access and to recommend appropriate strategies for different contexts
- Search, adapt, remix and share openly licensed images
- Search, adapt, remix and share rich media objects (for example audio and video)
- Develop and review a design blueprint for a self-contained open educational resource
- Develop 5 notional learning hours of OER course materials designed for independent study opportunities for peer-to-peer interaction and both formative an summative assessment components.
- Develop and apply relevant digital literacy and social media skills necessary for the open and collaborative design and development of open educational resources including, for example, maintaining a blog, microblogging, collaborative wiki authoring, digital content interoperability.