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Building Open Education Resources from the Botton Up

Hello to everyone at the Open Education Resources Free Seminar today in Brisbane. I’m sorry I couldn’t be there in person today, but for those who were there – and anyone else interested – my short presentation ‘Building Open Education Resources From the Bottom Up: How Student-Created Open Educational Resources Can Challenge Institutional Indifference‘ is embedded here:

My apologies for the few glaring typos in the slides – it’s a good argument against recording a presentation at 1am in the morning! Any comments, questions or thoughts either from folks at the seminar, or from anyone else, are most welcome!

Update: If you’re just after the powerpoint slides, you can now view or download them on Slideshare.

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  1. Hi Tama, I attended the Open Education forum in Brisbane yesterday and really enjoyed your presentation. You are doing some amazing work and I particularly like your approach of involving students in media production in an open access context. I have just started down this road with my Film and Media Curriculum students at QUT in Brisbane. In fact, along with Cushla Kapitzke, I presented a brief overview of some research we are conducting about copyright literacies with these students. Our focus at this stage is on gaining basic understandings of CC and applying these to video production, but over time I would like to emulate the kind of work you are doing. So thanks for the inspiration! You might find the following YouTube playlist useful – Jessica Coates speaking to my students about CC in education. Cheers and thanks, Michael Dezuanni

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