Audio recordings from the meeting
Register and join us at the National Library for Heywire8 - Wellington, 4 August 2009
Morning: Getting started -- the groundwork
- Mihi Welcome from Robin Day Otago Polytechnic assistant CEO:
- Mihi Mark Laws from Hawkes Bay Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi
- 1st speaker Robin Day: Reflections on Otago Polytechnic implementing an open content IP policy in 2007: A quantum shift for sustainable education; Intellectual Property: technology transfer: copyright;
- Dr Wayne Mackintosh Opening message from the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) explaining How WikiEducator will support you in achieving your objectives; international collaborations: innovation.
- Question and answer with open forum discussion;: TANZ: Contestable OER funds: International resource allocation: Intellectual Property and copyright: Patent: around the table introductions :*1:00 Question and answer
- 1:12 Discussion: Question to Nathan Parker Warrington primary school; Economic knowledge management; collaboration using conventions, used in open educational resources to facilitate their reuse. Simple content is not enough, we need enough semantic information to be able to unlock, repurpose, and re-deploy to promote content value and re-uesable modules; market model; OIL Online Information Literacy; Digital Information Literacy; wikieducator; Danny Wolters MOE knowledge management;
Afternoon 1: Engagement phase, ongoing
- Developing NZ Open Educational resources strategy; Draft Plan of Action: Identifying the action steps by articulating a national value proposition for collaboration on OER New Zealand.
- 0:1 Bronwyn Hegarty questions the strategic issues involvement of motivation of students in OER construction, quality of OER.
- 6:0 Leigh Blackall OER wiki template; participatory wikiversity student generated content; why do this and whats in it for us. Content and process questions.
- 12:0 Richard Wylie introduces [Repository.ac.nz] Open educational resources. Reusable skins.
- 20:0 Massey University terry Stuart co-ordinator for e-learning guidelines for NZ; mini projects TKI Unforseen circumstances: “An unethical Adventure”... rich media code.
- 28:0 Ako Aotearoa Public Domain: copyright tensions and contradictions of Public funding and individual copyright ownership; creative commons debate
- Facilitator Plenary report back on the value proposition Bronwyn Hegarty; course content materials and OER student participant course content & construction: student generated open educational resources.
- What are we going to do and how will we do it?
- Categorized group work: Strategy and policy; Advocacy and capability development; Supporting OER wiki technologies; Waynd Mackintosh Apprenticeship model of training staff in collaborative; Keith tyler-Smith iterative software model analogy for OER module; peer review;
- Peer review TANZs; community of practice; scalability challenges; network resources;
- Plenary report back and discussion Leigh Blackall National Co-ordination Strategy; National library; Bluehost link to University of Canturbury; economic models; copyright; Intellectual Property; national strategies include school sectors (Warrington School)
Afternoon 2: What are the milestones? who will help
- Peer review TANZ; network neutrality; Telcose; open network delivery;Wiki publication Text Book collaboration Ruth Lawson;
- 1:21 Danny Wolton production models OER, economic model;
- 1:27 Otago Polytechnic Facilitating online communities; certification; reuseability; NZ collaboration Facilitating online communities: Free access; hosting formal and informal participation; resourcing and certification costs; summary; TEC ringfences a proportion of contestable funds same as British Colombian model;
- 1:42 Economic model of multiple funding sources; Ako Aotearoa.
- Wayne Makintosh & the TO DO list; eFest; Green Party; learning objects and repositries; google developing OER search engine;
- 0:20 Otago Polytechnic Intellectual Porperty policy; Open course strategy; student and schools collaborations student assn; COL re-uses Funding for MIT through Human Foundation (Hewlet Packard);
- 0:31 copyright policy change throughout other NZ institutions; university of Otago copyright policy; debate copyright of course materials; individuals or institutions responsibility and the public domain; default to creative commons; who is interested to help in writing a think tank report collaboration for efest and forward plans for Heywire8. When should they be achieved?
- 0:43 Wayne Mackintosh to create log of TO DO list on discussion page in wikieducator; comfort levels Robin Day Comments and thoughts about implementation plans; Concluding thanks and remarks.
Nuts and bolts session and technology issues; Wayne Mackintosh, Jim Tittsler, Brent Simpson, Leigh Blackall & Susan Ellis.