Appendix C: Frameworks and Tools

Last update: Oct 23/20

 

 

Appendix table of contents

FRAMEWORKS

TOOLS

FRAMEWORKS

CARE Framework

Toward a sustainable OER ecosystem: The case for OER stewardship – March 4, 2018 (Lisa Petrides, Douglas Levin, and C. Edward Watson)

Copyright Network Platform

Brings together experts in copyright law and policy to push for policy, legislative, and regulatory change in copyright at the international and national levels that upholds the public interest, as well as enriches and protects the public domain. For details on the Platform’s goals, principles, objectives, and rationale, click here

Effective Teaching and Higher Ed (draft)

Draft Framework for Effective Teaching and Higher Ed by J. Gregory McVerry

Good Actors List

Guidelines for Publishers and other entities who want to be “good actors in the Open Education Community.

Open Education Platform

The Open Education Platform brings together a global open education community (1000+ members from 75+ countries) to support and facilitate multinational, collaborative open education content, practices, and policy activities.  For details on the Platform’s goals, principles, and objectives, click here.

Open GLAM Network Platform

The Open GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums) Platform is working to provide a space to share resources, enhance collaboration, and raise awareness on open access to digital cultural heritage. The plan includes the publication of the Declaration on Open Access for Cultural Heritage and a White Paper that informs the Declaration.

RISE (Resource, Inspection, Selection, Enhancement)

Bodily, R., Nyland, R., Wiley, D. (2017). The RISE Framework: Using learning analytics to automatically identify open educational resources for continuous improvement. IRRODL, 18(2).

The 5 Rs

The access compromise and the 5th R – March 5, 2014 (David Wiley)

Commercial Platforms that Utilize OER Assessment Tool

OER REMIX: The Game [print version] and [online version]

Open Source Apps for Educators

UNESCO OER Recommendation

Draft text – April 18, 2018

Final text – October 8, 2019

TOOLS

Accessibility

Also see UDL

Adoption

Advocacy

Affordability

Ancillary resources

Attributions and citations

Authoring, editing, and publishing

Case studies

Certification

Collections and repositories

Competency

Conference planning

Contracts

Also see Contracts and Agreements in the Self-Publishing Guide.

Copyright and open licences; public domain

Slide decks

Course markings (OER or ZTC)

Course redesign with OER

Creative Commons

Directories

Exams/proctoring/assessments

FAQ examples

Fellowships

Grant proposal examples

Homework systems

Identity and access management

International students

Introduction to OER

Learning Management Systems (LMS)

Libraries/librarians

Licences

Licences – choosing

Maps

Miscellaneous

Monographs

OER evaluation

Open access vs. OER

OEP/pedagogy

Open science

Policy, strategy, guides

Positions and job descriptions

Professional development funding

Programs

Promotion

Reporters/reporting/media

Search for OER

Sprints (textbook, ancillary/supplemental resources, other)

Students

Surveys

FORMS

RESULTS

Sustainability

Syllabus search and sharing

Technology

Tenure (examples)

CANADA

  • University of British Columbia: Tenure, Promotion & Reappointment for Faculty Members (See pages 16, 19, and 48: Contributions to the practice and theory of teaching and learning literature, including publications in peer-reviewed and professional journals, conference publications, book chapters, textbooks and open education repositories / resources.)

UNITED STATES

Theses/dissertations

Training

Transcription/Translation tools

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Also see Accessibility

Videos

License

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