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What sorts of open approaches are universities taking and how can they be characterized? A short slideset to introduce a panel session at http://uk.wikimedia.org/wiki/EduWiki_Conference_2012 . By Amber Thomas, JISC www.jisc.ac.uk
openness in universities Amber Thomas Eduwiki Conference 5th Sep 2012 CC BY @ambrouk
openness: the sunlight effect“Freedom of information legislation comprises laws that guarantee access to data held by the state” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunshine_laws opening up access to information, data and processes floods sunlight into areas that were previously hidden from public view, and in doing so it also nurtures growth
dimensions of openness Tim Berners Lee et al http://5stardata.info/1 star: make your stuff available on the Web (whateverformat) under an open license2 stars: make it available as structured data (e.g., Excelinstead of image scan of a table)3 stars: use non-proprietary formats (e.g., CSV insteadof Excel)4 stars: use URIs to identify things, so that people canpoint at your stuff5 stars: link your data to other data to provide context
dimensionsof openness Peter Reed, MMU http://scieng-elearning.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/v isualising-openness.html
dimensions of openness Amber Thomas, JISC £ Free Unauthenticated:at the point of use £ password free Legal: Legal Tech Technical: licensed for reuse formatted for reuse
forms of openness in universitiesopen ... data standards source innovation scholarship access content education ... in universities
£ Open Data LT Making data available for public access and reusedata jo world urnalis ba nk mCERN in universities: ” te open administrative data ry ga i s co v e a te #ukd i m open research data k“cl e ries open bibliographic data y inf l i b ra or ma al open cultural data tio on nsn ati et s linked ji s c o bm d at a d
£ Open StandardsLT Open =“non-proprietary” XCR Dub l I-CA P in universities: in C ore Content SW OR s nd a rd Metadata D S staIM Course Data IF CER Lib s ta r a r Systems nd y ar ds
£ Open SourceLT Open can mean process and/or product mo od le sa ka iiin universities: Learning management systems Content management systems dpressmahara r wo Enterprise systems even Library Management Systems
£ Open InnovationLT usually more about the process than the product OR the product is free it’s about being tactically liberal with IP jisc OU elevat or in universities: i-sp ot sc r ib i n g crowdsourcing tran tham ben public engagement e rJISC partnerships with businesses w e ath BCE ld o
£ Open ScholarshipLT It’s about collaborative processes and sometimes reusable outputs. Sometimes important to be public, sometimes not. n g ic s eeti m etr twalt in universities: blo digital ggi ng collaboration humanities peer review peer ev a luation ie nc e .org e-sc data sharing
£ Open Access LT Opening up research papers to be free to researchers and to the public t Repor a ch i pedi Fin in universities: wik JISC COR E author contracts d i gi t a l ci tatio new forms of open publication n rdHa rva nt repositories of research outputs emeStat
£ Open ContentLT in education context, often called open educational resources r U o e itune s #uk OpenLearn in universities: Khan ac a de m y using web resources licensed for reuseJ or u m teachers sharing their resources course materials wikipe dia WM I T OC
£ Open EducationLT public access to content and learning MIT opportunities x EdX open ba d ge s OERu in universities: free online learningOU MOOC phonar peer learning new models of accreditation Stanfor s d AI O OCM
summary: openness in universitiesopenness in universities £ characteristics ofcomes in many flavours data openness vary LT standards source Universities are changing innovation scholarship Opening up access to information, access data and processes floods sunlight content into areas that were previously education hidden from public view, and in doing so it also nurtures growth.