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from 9 (used 7) surveys listed on http://oerresearchhub.org/2013/06/19/somewhere-something-incredible-is-waiting-to-be-known-nine-surveys-for-oer-research/
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Study 1 - UNESCOCountryDemographicOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry
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Study 1 - UNESCOName of respondentDemographicOER policies across Commonwealth countriesName
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Study 1 - UNESCOFunction in MinistryDemographicOER policies across Commonwealth countriesRole in institution
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ1. Does your education ministry or another public agency in your Country have a strategy or policy on Open Educational Resources (OER)? **No **Yes (please give details) Is it active in the OER movement in other ways such as those listed below? **Yes, through initiatives by institutions and engaged individuals **Yes, through specific projects or programmes with public funding **Yes, through specific projects or programmes with private funding **Yes, through government initiatives including specific measures and incentives **No (please proceed to question 4) **Yes, otherwise. Please specify:Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER policy
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ2. Why did your Country decide to be active in the OER movement? **Open and flexible learning opportunities **Increased efficiency and quality of learning resources **Cost-efficiency of OER **The innovative potential of OER **Other comments:Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER involvement
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ3. Please specify the intensity of OER activity (None, Low, High, Very High) for each of the following educational subsectors using the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) (see: http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/Pages/international-standard-classification-of- education.aspx?SPSLanguage=EN and/or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Standard_Classification_of_Education#ISCED_defi ned_levels_of_education) ##Primary Education (ISCED 1) ##Lower Secondary (ISCED 2) ##Upper Secondary (ISCED 3) ##Post-Secondary/not tertiary (ISCED 4) ##Tertiary (ISCED 5 and 6) ##Other comments:Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER activity
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ4. Please specify the main reasons why your Country is not active in the OER movement. **Language and cultural diversity **Connectivity **Quality **Copyright and publishers **Sustainability **Other reason(s):Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER inactivity
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ5. Might your Country become active in developing and/or using OER in the near future? **No, but it might become active in the medium-term **No, we do not expect this to be or to become a priority **Yes, by explicitly stimulating initiatives in this field **Yes, by introducing subsidy programmes or project funding **Yes, by developing a dedicated governmental action plan **Yes, other. Please specify: Other comments:Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER potential activity
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ6. If the answer to Question 5 is ‘Yes’, please specify why your Country wants to become active in the OER movement in the near future. Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER potential activity
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ7. If the answer to Question 5 is ‘No’, please explain why does your Country not want to be active in the OER movement? Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER inactivity
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ8. This question refers to learning materials such as textbooks as well as other learning materials. In your Country to what extent are learning materials produced or paid for by public funds, directly or indirectly? **Exclusively **To a large extent **To a minor extent **Not at all **Do not know **Other comments:educational spendOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry textbook production, procurement
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ9. Of the learning materials partly or fully produced or paid for by public funds, what is your rough estimate of the percentage that is available in digital format? **Estimate: ____% **Do not know **Other comments:educational spendOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry textbook production, procurement
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ10. What is your rough estimate of the percentage of such digital learning materials in the public domain (referred to in Question 9) that are offered as Open Educational Resources (OER)? **Estimate: ____% **Do not know **Other comments:OER useOER policies across Commonwealth countries
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ11. If your Country has an OER policy, does it specify what open licence(s) should be used? **Yes: specify licence________________________________ **No **Other comments:IPOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER policy
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ12. Has your Country conducted any studies or research on the contribution Open Educational Resources can make to improving education in the following ways? Please provide references. OER research impactOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER research
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ13. Is there reference to OER in any government or state/regional educational strategy, planning or similar documents? **No **Yes, please specify: **Other comments:Strategy / PolicyOER policies across Commonwealth countriesCountry OER policy
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Study 1 - UNESCOQ14. Do you have any other comments on your Country’s stance in relation to OER? Strategy / Policy?OER policies across Commonwealth countries
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ1. In which country do you work?DemographicOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationCountry
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ2. Size of your institution in terms of students?DemographicOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationInsitution
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ3. Status of your institution **Public **Private not-for-profit **Private-for-profit DemographicOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationInsitution
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ4. In which area do you work? **Education **Humanities and Arts **Social sciences and Law **Business and Administration **Science, Mathematics and Computing **Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction **Agriculture and Veterinary **Health and Welfare
Services **Other
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ5. Are you involved in any open educational resources (OER) activities? (from 1, Yes, to a great extent, to 5, no, not at all) ##The USE of open educational content ##The PRODUCTION of open educational content ##The USE of open source software ## The PRODUCTION of open source softwareProduction of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationUse of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ6. If you are involved in an open educational resources project or initiative, please give name and/or URL to the project.Production of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationOER projects or initiatives
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ7. Is the management level of your institution (the senate, rector, chancellor, etc.) supporting: (from 1, Yes, to a great extent, to 5, No, not at all) ##The USE of open educational content ##The PRODUCTION of open educational content ##The USE of open source software ##The PRODUCTION of open source softwareProduction of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationInstitutional support for OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ8.Are you involved in any co-operation with people from other educational institutions for PRODUCING open educational content? (Several answers possible) ##No ##Yes, in the same region/state ##Yes, in other parts of the country ##Yes, internationally ##Other (Please Specify):Production of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationCollaboration production of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ9. Are you involved in any co-operation with people from other educational institutions for EXCHANGING open educational content? (Several answers possible) ##No ##Yes, in the same region/state ##Yes, in other parts of the country ##Yes, internationally ##Other (Please Specify):Production of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationCollaboration production of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ10. How would you describe the open educational content you are PRODUCING? (Several answers possible) ##As full courses/programmes ##As parts of courses/programmes ##As learning objects ##Other (Please Specify):Production of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationProduction of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ11. What are the most significant BARRIERS to the engagement of other colleagues in the PRODUCTION of open educational content? (from 1, Very important, to 5, Unimportant) ##Lack of skills ##Lack of time ##Lack of hardware ##Lack of software ##Lack of access to computers ##No reward system for staff members devoting time and energy ##Lack of interest in pedagogical innovation among staff members ##No support from management levelProduction of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationProduction of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ12. When contributing open educational content for use by others, how important would it be for you to: (from 1, Very important, to 5, Unimportant) ##Be acknowledged as the creator of the resource when it is used ##Be acknowledged as the creator of the resource when it is adapted or changed by someone else ##Know WHO uses the resource ##Know HOW the resource is used ##Know the changes made to the resource ##Be personally financially recompensed for the use of the resource ##Be personally rewarded through your workplan, promotion, awards or other mechanisms for the use of the resource ##Have your group/department/institution recompensed for the use of the resource ##Have a quality review of the resourceProduction of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationProduction of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ13. Do you use any license to express the rights others have to use resources you have PRODUCED? **No **Yes, Creative Commons **Yes, other "open content license" **Other (Please Specify): Production of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary education
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ14. Do you USE open educational content in your teaching/course delivery? **No, not at all **Yes to a limited extent **Yes, to some extent **Yes to a great extentUse of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary education
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ15. What goals or benefits are you seeking through the USE of open educational content in your teaching or course delivery? (from 1, Very important, to 5 , Unimportant) ##Gaining access to the best possible resources ##Promote scientific research and education as publicly open activities ##Bringing down costs for students ##Bringing down costs for course development for the institution ##Outreach to disadvantaged communities ##Assisting developing countries ##Becoming independent of publishers ##Creating more flexible materials ##Conducting research and development ##Building sustainable partnerships ##OtherUse of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationUse of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ16. Comments on the previous question regarding goals or benefits for the USE of open educational resources.Use of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationUse of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ17. How would you describe the kind of open educational content that you USE in your teaching or course delivery? (Several answers possible but please exclude trivial use) ##As full courses/programmes ##As parts of courses/programmes ##As learning objects ##Other (Please Specify):Use of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary educationUse of OER
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ18. Within the courses/programmes you teach or deliver, what estimated proportion of the open educational content USED would be: (If you do not know the exact proportions, please try to give an informed estimate.) (from 1, Yes, to a great extent, to 5, No, not at all) ##Produced by yourself ##Produced within your institution ##Downloaded from an OER repository (such as MIT OCW, MERLOT, OpenLearn, Connexions, etc.) ##Freely downloaded from the Internet ##Coming from an established co-operation with other educational institutions ##OtherUse of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary education
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ19. What are the most significant BARRIERS to the USE by other colleagues of open educational content in their teaching? (from 1, Very important, to 5, Unimportant) ##Lack of skills ##Lack of time ##Lack of hardware ##Lack of software ##Lack of access to computers ##No reward system for staff members devoting time and energy ##Lack of interest in pedagogical innovation among staff members ##No support from management levelUse of Open Educational ContentOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary education
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Study 2 - CERI/OECDQ20. Do you have any other comments regarding the PRODUCTION or USE of open educational content or open source software?PRODUCTION or USE of OECOER use by educators and researchers in tertiary education
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ1. What was your institution’s motivation for getting into OER? Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ2. Tell me about your institution’s strategies for the using/reusing of OER. Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ3. What does your institution see as the benefits and barriers in using/reusing OER? Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ4. Can you describe any techniques (successful or unsuccessful) you have employed to encourage the use of OER? Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ5. Which types of OER are most likely to be used/reused and why in the context of your institutional Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) strategy? Prompts: MIT-like = share as it is or designed specifically for reuse (who is the primary audience?) or OU-like = support self-study; Granularity; Discipline and generic; Contains pedagogical framework or a picture?Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ6. Do you think certain departments/disciplines are more likely to use/reuse? Why? Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER - StrategistsQ7. What do you think your institution’s next steps should be in relation to OER? Strategy / PolicyOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - Teaching StaffQ1. What role(s) do you have within the University? (You can tick more than one box if needed.) ##Teaching undergraduate students ##Teaching postgraduate students (Master’s, PG Dip, PG Cert but not PGCE) ##Supervising research students (PhD, DPhil) ##Professional development of trainee teachers or early-career lecturers (e.g. PGCE or PG Certificate in HE) ##Professional development of experienced lecturers ##Directing a degree programme or a subdivision of it (e.g. a module) ##Approval and/or quality assurance of programmes or their subdivisions ##Learning technologist: advising staff in the use of IT in their teaching and/or developing
e-learning materials ##General administration ##Other (please specify)
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Study 3 - JISCOER - Teaching StaffQ2. In what subject area(s) do you teach?DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsDisciplinary area
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Study 3 - JISCOER - Teaching StaffQ3. How many years have you been teaching in Higher Education? DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsExperience as educator
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Study 3 - JISCOER - Teaching StaffQ4. Which of these statements most closely describes your use of digital technologies in your personal and social life? **I use conventional tools: i.e. email, word processing, search engines. **As above, plus IT is well integrated into my personal & social life: e.g. social networks, iPod, digital camera, smart phone and other tools to support personal interests and/or
community activities. **As above, plus I actively seek out new tools and applications (including mobile ones) that allow me to access information and to stay connected at all times.
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Study 3 - JISCOER - Teaching StaffQ5. Which of these statements most closely describes your use of digital technologies in your research? ** I use conventional applications for conducting research (e.g. email, Word, Excel, search engines, reference management tools), together with specialist applications and websites that are relevant to my subject. ##As above, plus established Web 2.0 technologies where these are appropriate to my research: e.g. blogs, wikis, social bookmarking. ##As above, plus I actively seek new tools and applications (including mobile ones) to help me with my research. Also tick this box if you create websites or software applications for your research, e.g. for data analysis. ##I don’t do any research.DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of technology
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Study 3 - JISCOER - Teaching StaffQ6. Which of these statements most closely describes your use of digital technologies in your teaching? **I use conventional applications (e.g. email, Word, PowerPoint, search engines, VLE), together with specialist applications and websites that are relevant to my subject. **As above, plus established Web 2.0 technologies where these are pedagogically appropriate: e.g. blogs, wikis, Delicious, Flickr, YouTube. **As above, plus I actively seek out new tools and technologies and incorporate them into my students’ learning where appropriate. Also tick this box if you create websites or applications for your students to use. **I don’t do any teaching.DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of technology
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ1. What does OER mean to you? Prompt: How did you become aware of the concept?OER awarenessOER use and sharing by educatorsAwareness
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ2. What was the trigger that got you started with using OER? OER advocacy?OER use and sharing by educatorsUse of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ3. Before you started using OER, what was your attitude to the idea of sharing your learning materials [define what we mean by these – give a few examples] and using those of other lecturers? Did you ever.... ##Share your teaching/learning materials with other lecturers? **If yes: Were they colleagues in your university/people you knew outside the university? [personal network? + or formally organised?] **If no: What were your reasons for not doing so? ##Use materials created by other lecturers? **If yes: Were they colleagues in your university/people you knew outside university? Did you reuse them as they were, or adapt them at all? Did you ask the other lecturer’s permission to use/adapt them? **If no: what were your reasons for not doing so? ##Whatever your response was to the previous 2 questions, what difference does the existence of OER make to a) sharing your stuff with others and b) using other people’s stuff? Prompts: What is the effect of the CC licences that govern how an OER can be used (answer from both the producer and user perspective if they can)? What do you think is the impact on the lecturer’s sense of ownership of their materials, whether they are incorporating someone else’s into their own, or making theirs available for others to use? Do you think that using OER can have an impact on a lecturer’s feeling of authenticity and/or creativity? In what way?OER communityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ4. Tell me about a successful/unsuccessful OER-reuse story from your own teaching practice. The next 2 questions are supposed to be asked with specific reference to an example of their use of OER, and then generalise from them. So... ask the prompt and, when they have answered in the context of that example, follow up with the question: ‘Is that typical of your approach to using OER? If not, how else do you...’ Prompts: What motivated you to use/reuse the OER? What kind of material you were looking for? Where did you look for them, where did you find them? How did you assess the quality of the OER you decided to reuse? How were the students supposed to be using the materials? (i.e. were OER fully integrated into the learning design or was it optional material for students to self-study) What was the impact of reusing OER on your workload? OER use and reuseOER use and sharing by educatorsAdaptation of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ5. How do you assess the quality of a piece of OER? Prompts: What criteria do you use? Are there particular sources of OER you trust? How do you go about looking for stuff? Do you use OER from other institutions? OER qualityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ6. To what extent do you make students aware that some of the materials that they are given were written by lecturers in another organisation? Prompt: General questions about students and OER; e.g. what is your perspective on students referencing and/or generating OER? OER communityOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER - InterviewQ7. What do you think your institution’s attitude to reusing OER is? Prompts: ##Colleagues’ attitudes; stakeholders’ attitudes. We might want to try to uncover possible conflicts: e.g. institutional policy says: ‘you should reuse’ but at the same time does not offer any support or recognition mechanisms. ##Reflections on institutional culture: ‘What do you think using OER does for your professional reputation?’OER perceptionsOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 1.1. NameDemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsName
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 1.2. UniversityDemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsName of institution
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 1.3. email addressDemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsEmail address
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 1.4. What role(s) do you have within the University? (You can tick more than one box if needed.) ##Teaching undergraduate students ##Teaching postgraduate students (Master’s, PG Dip, PG Cert but not PGCE) ##Supervising research students (PhD, DPhil) ##Professional development of trainee teachers or early-career lecturers (e.g. PGCE or PG Certificate in HE) ##Professional development of experienced lecturers ##Directing a degree programme or a subdivision of it (e.g. a module) ##Approval and/or quality assurance of programmes or their subdivisions ##Learning technologist: advising staff in the use of IT in their teaching and/or developing ##e-learning materials ##General administration ##Other (please specify)DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsRole in institution
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 1.5. In what subject areas do you teach?DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsDisciplinary area
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 1.6. How many years have you been teaching in Higher Education?DemographicOER use and sharing by educatorsExperience as educator
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 2.1. Which of these statements most closely describes your use of digital technologies in your personal and social life? **I use conventional tools: i.e. email, word processing, search engines. **As above, plus IT is well integrated into my personal & social life: e.g. social networks, iPod, digital camera, smart phone and other tools to support personal interests and/or community activities. **As above, plus I actively seek out new tools and applications (including mobile ones)
that allow me to access information and to stay connected at all times.
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 2.2. Which of these statements most closely describes your use of digital technologies in your research? **I use conventional applications for conducting research (e.g. email, Word, Excel, search engines, reference management tools), together with specialist applications and websites that are relevant to my subject. **As above, plus established Web 2.0 technologies where these are appropriate to my research: e.g. blogs, wikis, social bookmarking. **As above, plus I actively seek new tools and applications (including mobile ones) to help me with my research. Also tick this box if you create websites or software applications for your research, e.g. for data analysis. **I don’t do any research.Use of technologyOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of technology
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 2.3. Which of these statements most closely describes your use of digital technologies in your teaching? **I use conventional applications (e.g. email, Word, PowerPoint, search engines, VLE), together with specialist applications and websites that are relevant to my subject. **As above, plus established Web 2.0 technologies where these are pedagogically appropriate: e.g. blogs, wikis, Delicious, Flickr, YouTube. **As above, plus I actively seek out new tools and technologies and incorporate them into my students’ learning where appropriate. Also tick this box if you create websites or applications for your students to use. **I don’t do any teaching.Use of technologyOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of technology
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 2.4. In your view, what can technologies bring to teaching and learning in Higher Education?Use of technologyOER use and sharing by educatorsValue of technology
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 2.5. What, if any, initiatives are organised in your institution to help lecturers to incorporate digital technologies into teching and learning? Examples might include: Workshops for courses or departments/ Lunchtime events that focus on a particular technology and show how it can be used in teaching and learning/ "Champions" who spearhead the use of digital technologies/ Learning technologists or others who provide one-on-one support to individual lecturers/ Please also comment on how successful you think these initiatives areUse of technologyOER use and sharing by educatorsSupport for technology use
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 3.1. Below is a list of statements about things that lecturers might do as part of their teaching practice. Please indicate how strongly each one reflects your current practice: (Very strongly; Fairly strongly; Not very strongly; Not at all) ##I try to keep up to date with new ideas and techniques from research into teaching and learning (e.g. through journals, conferences and online sources). ##I like to try out new technologies that might enhance my students' learning. ##When opportunities arise, I attend professional development courses or other events organised in my institution to improve my teaching. ##When opportunities arise, I attend professional development courses or other events run by other organisations to improve my teaching. Feel free to comment on any of your responses: [ ]teaching practiceOER use and sharing by educatorsEducator professional development
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.1. To what extent do you incorporate materials which have been created by others into your teaching? **A great deal (50% or more), **Quite a lot (20%-50%), **A bit (5%-20%), **None at all Feel free to clarify your response, especially if you answered "none at all": [ ]reusingOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.2. Which of the following do you reuse when developing materials for use in your student's learning? Remember, we are interested only in material that was originally created by someone else. (Please tick all that apply) ##Images (photographs, pictures, diagrams), ##Audio clips, ##Film/video clips, ##Course syllabi, ##Reading lists, ## Handouts, ##Lecture notes and/or slides (e.g. if you use PowerPoint presentations), ##Activities/exercises, ##Exam questions and/or topics for assignments, ##I don't reuse others' material, ##Other (please specify) [ ]reusingOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.3. What do you do with these materials? (Please tick all that apply) ##Incorporate them into my teaching without modifying them. ##Adapt them to suit my curriculum or students. ##Look at them for ideas or inspiration but create my own materials. ##I don't use other's materials.reusingOER use and sharing by educatorsUse of OER
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.4. How much importance do you attach to where materials come from and who created them? Please rate each of the following criteria: (Essential, Very important, Fairly important, Not very important, Not at all important / Not applicable) ##The materials come from my own discipline. ##The materials come from my own university. ##I am personally acquainted with the author. ##The author has a strong reputation for their teaching (if I don't know him/her personally). ##The author has been recommended by someone whose judgement I trust (if I don't know the author personally). Feel free to clarify your answer: [ ]reusingOER use and sharing by educatorsAccess - Quality
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.5. How do you find out about these materials (Please tick all that apply) ##Through informal conversations with other lecturers ##At department meetings ##At conferences ##Through academic email discussion lists ##On subject-specific Web sites you know about ##Web searches ##Not applicable ##Other (please specify) [ ]reusingOER use and sharing by educatorsAccess - Location
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.6. Overall, what is the value of consulting other people's materials when designing your own courses, modules or sessions? [ ]reusingOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.7. Do you ever share your materials with other teaching staff? **Yes, frequently **Yes, occasionally **No Feel free to clarify your response [ ]sharingOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.8. Which of the following do you share, or are you willing to share, with other teaching staff? (Please tick all that apply) ##Images (photographs, pictures, diagrams), ##Audio clips, ##Film/video clips, ##Course syllabi, ##Reading lists, ## Handouts, ##Lecture notes and/or slides (e.g. if you use PowerPoint presentations), ##Activities/exercises, ##Exam questions and/or topics for assignments, ##I don't wish to share any materials that I have created ##Other (please specify) [ ] sharingOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.9. Under what conditions are you willing to share your material? Please rate the importance of each of the following criteria: (Essential, Very important, Fairly important, Not very important, Not at all important / Not applicable) ##The materials must only be used within my own discipline. ##The materials must only be used within my own university. ##I must be personally acquainted with the user. ##The user must have been recommended by someone whose judgement I trust (if I don't know the user personally). ##The user must acknowledge me as the original author when displaying the material. ##The user cannot pass the material on to a third party. ##The user cannot make any modifications to the material. Feel free to clarify yor answer: [ ]sharingOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.10. Through which medium (or media) are you willing to make your material available? (Please tick all that apply) ##Direct personal communication (e.g. if someone asks you) ##In a Virtual Learning Environment, intranet or repository available only to staff in my university ##In a Virtual Learning Environment, intranet or repository available to students in my university ##In a national repository available only to the academic community ##On websites that are available to the general public ##Not applicable ##Other (please specify) [ ]sharingOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 4.11. To what extent is there a "culture" of sharing and reusing learning materials in your university? [ ]reusing and sharingOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 5.1. Before receiving the invitation to this workshop, did you know what OER (Open Educational Resources) are? **Yes **No **Not sure If you answered "Yes" or "Not sure" please tell us what impact (if any) you think they may have on your teaching: [ ]OER awarenessOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -prelim surveyQ 5.2. Does your university actively promote the creation of OER? **Yes **No **Not sureOER awarenessOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ1. What are you looking for??workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ2. Where did you look for it? (e.g. type search engine, name of site or paste the URL)?workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ3. What search term did you use??workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ4. What did you find? (Paste the URL)?workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ5. Could this resource be useful to you? (Yes, definitely; Yes, probably; Not sure; Not really; No)?workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ6. How did you arrive at this decision? (Possible criteria might be: Subject matter, pedagogic fit, provenance, granularity, media)?workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchIf you replied "No" or "Not really" in Q5, go on to next search. Q7. How would you embed this resource in your curriculum? In this plan, as a core resource/ In this plan, as a supplementary resource/ In another teaching plan that I have in mind / Not sure yet. It might come in useful sometime.?workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ8. What would you need to do to this resource? Nothing: I can use it as it is/ Nothing: I am only using it for ideas/ Provide a 'Pedagogic wrapper' to contextualise it/ Adapt it to suit my context/students?workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop searchQ9. Any other comments about this resource??workshop search activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop interviewQ1. Tell me about the plan you are working on. (Subject/topic; how many learning hours) ?workshop activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop interviewQ2. Who is it for? (Undergraduates, postgraduates) ?workshop activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop interviewQ3. Describe in a few sentences the setting where your teaching will take place. (In the classroom, away from the classroom, both) ?workshop activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop interviewQ4. What does the plan involve? (e.g. Expected learning outcomes, teaching and learning activities, assessment) ?workshop activityOER use and sharing by educators
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Study 3 - JISCOER -workshop interviewQ5. Are you creating it from scratch, or are you using an existing plan? 5a If from scratch: Do you already have any specific materials in mind that you want to attach to this teaching plan? If yes: Are you the author of these materials? If you are not the author of the materials: How did you get hold of the materials you don’t own? Do you know the person who originally wrote them? If yes, did you ask that person if you could use them? Are you planning to make any changes to the materials and, if yes, did you ask the author’s permission first? Do you have any other concerns (scruples!) about using someone else’s materials – e.g. attributing the original author, copyright implications? For what kind of material are you looking now and what do you hope to find among OER? 5b If using an existing plan: Are you the author of this teaching plan? If you are the author: Have you already taught this lesson? Are there already any materials attached to this teaching plan? If yes: Are you the author of these materials? If no: How did you get hold of the materials you don’t own? Do you know the person who originally wrote them? If yes, did you ask that person if you could use them? Did you make any changes to the materials and, if yes, did you ask the author’s permission first? Did you have any other concerns (scruples!) about using someone else’s materials – e.g. attributing the original author, copyright implications? What do you hope to find among OER? If you are not the author: How did you get hold of this plan? Why did you decide to use it? How are you going to use it? (as it is, with modifications, just getting ideas) Are there already any materials attached to this plan? Are you planning to use them? Do you have permission to use them? OER IPOER use and sharing by educators
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