Welcome to the Remixathon!
About this seminar
This event extends the reach of the Open Education Conference -- Beyond Content -- taking place in Vancouver 16-18 October, 2012.
We have gathered 10 submissions from individuals who are seeking collaborators to create derivative works. So YOU are invited to do the remixing. This is an opportunity to give proof to the promise that Open Educational Resources have always held, that they enable remixed derivative works.
12 October 11:00 PDT That's TODAY!
Virtual kick-off in Blackboard Collaborate: http://urls.bccampus.ca/scopeevents
During this session the submitters will describe their OERs and envisioned enhancements.
12 - 17 October
Discussions among those who submitted projects for remixing, those who are involved in the remixing, and those who are just plain curious about the whole process.
18 October, 12:00 PDT
Submissions are due! The results will be announced at the closing session of the Open Education conference, available via videocast.
About our facilitators
Paul Stacey is the Senior Project Manager for Creative Commons. Prior to that he worked at BCcampus where he helped to develop Open Educational Resources across all post secondary fields of study. Paul was one of the very first SCoPE members, and helped to launch this community!
Scott Leslie is Client Services Manager at BCcampus where is he is involved in all things related to open educational resources and practices. In addition he provides research and development capabilities around emerging educational technologies.
Participating in SCoPE Seminars
SCoPE seminars are free and open to the public, and registration is not required. You are welcome to come and go according to your schedule and interests. To contribute you will need to create an account on the SCoPE site -- a quick process. Are you new to SCoPE or wondering how to manage your participation? Check this resource.
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Don't know if this item is helpful (and I may even have received from a previous SCoPE discussion). Chris
should be an interesting few days
does anyone have a line on oer ESL resources?
Don, a quick search on the Freelearning.ca site pulls up some resources that might be of interest:
There's no doubt more if you search on different key terms. The nice part about Freelearning is that it narrows down the search to items that have been flagged as high quality OER.
And Christine, thanks for dropping that OERu resource in here. I think you're right - it was probably from the Designing OERu Credentials seminar September 2011. Neat when those connections are made!