18 April 2012
One of the things I observed while project managing the ACTOR project was that clinical teachers involved in the project had no time to talk about creation of teaching materials let alone find the time to contribute to the OER movement. Also, information about copyrighted materials and open educational resources can sometimes be a little daunting when you know you should find out about 'best practice' but can never find the time. After all, you don't know what you don't know!
With this in mind, I have created a 4.5 min cartoon to explain exactly what the ACTOR project was about but it may also be useful for anyone who would like to know more about best practice in creating new (or re-vamping old!) lectures and PowerPoint presentations. The story follows two academics who are discussing how to find content for their lectures. It's all about best practice and being risk-aware.
Please share if you think it may be useful?
Related tags: ACTOR, Jisc, OER phase 2, oer phase 3, OER Resources, OOER, PORSCHE, publishOER, ukoer
Posted by: Gillian Brown