Otago Polytechnic/Good Practice Publication/Project plan
Otago Polytechnic has an international reputation for the development and particpation in open educational resources and practices. This brief is for a multi media production that presents the process that Otago Polytechnic staff go through for developing an open education resource (OER). The target audience is other professional educators who may be interested in following Otago's lead as well as student representative groups who may be interested in what OER could mean for students. The production should be entertaining, informative, and appropriate for use on and offline.
- Educational Development at Otago Polytechnic
- Otago Polytechnic: An IP policy for the times
- Otago Polytechnic:WikiEducator helps advance open learning at the Polytechnic
This is a rough outline of a plan that will be updated with the communications team when formed
Communication team is established
Communication team present between 3 and 5 concepts for consideration by staff involved in Otago Polytechnic's OER development
OER team decide on one concept and give feedback
Communication team develop a treatment
OER team give feedback to treatment
Communication team begin production
Communication team present production
- 12 January 2009 - Contracts exchanged and confirmed between Otago and AKO. A communications designer engaged.