In this video, I talk about the five key steps needed to transition into an open culture. https://youtu.be/TWGmgTpHxnA
Tag: Ishan Abeywardena
This research paper discusses how Asia fares with respect to searching and locating desirable OER and whether it is truly a barrier to the wider adoption of OER for teaching in the region. Abeywardena, I. S., Dhanarajan, G., & Chan, C.S. (2012). Searching and Locating OER: Barriers to the Wider Adoption of OER for Teaching … Continue reading Searching and Locating OER: Barriers to the Wider Adoption of OER for Teaching in Asia
In this video Dr Ishan Abeywardena, Adviser: Open Educational Resources at the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) Canada, summarizes the findings of the "OER in the Commonwealth 2016" study. This session was delivered during the Asia Regional Consultation on Open Educational Resources (http://rcoer.col.org) held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (November 2016). The Regional Consultations on OER are … Continue reading OER in the Commonwealth
The use of open re-use licenses and Internet technologies have long promised to reduce barriers to education by making it more distributed, equitable, and open. Indeed, the promise of open education can trace its roots to the the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations 1948, which states ”everyone has a right … Continue reading The Failure of Access: Rethinking Open Education
In this video, I talk about the OER policy work done by the Commonwealth of Learning and the OER Policy Template.
In this video I talk about how to develop Android mobile apps yourself with no prior programming knowledge.
In this video I talk about the use of metadata in OER and how to optimize OER search through metadata streamlining.
This is a video presentation on the topic "Examining Good Practices and Case Studies on OER-Based Learning" delivered at the National Consultation on Open Educational Resources, New Delhi, India organized by UNESCO, the Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). The presentation covers three case studies on oer reuse/remix in developing ODL course material.