|Reading for Module 1|
Explore each of these terms for which you do not feel you have a good understanding or that you'd like to know more about:
Reflect on the term or terms that might be new to you. What did you learn from this exploration of terms that might have given you an ah hah moment, or might have surprised you?
What are Open Educational Resources?
Select 1 or 2 of the following resources to explore. Then compare the above definitions to the following information to further define Open Educational Resources:
Read ONE of the following:
Select one of the articles that most interests you:
What is your key take-away from the article you read?
Creative Commons Licenses
Explore the Creative Commons web site. As you explore the site look for the following information:
Watch this Creative Commons Video on Copyright and Creative Commons licenses.
Find and Begin to Organize Some Resources
2. Add 3 resources to your Web Resource List from Merlot that you think you might use.
3. Add 3 more resources from Online Multmedia Tools to Support PBL and all Classrooms or from Isaac's List of FOSS Tools for Academics (Note: Isaac Ullah is my son. He is an archaeologist, so many of these tools are ones he's found for his work, but many can be adapted for other uses as well).
NOTE: You will be adding more resources to this list each week.
Professional Learning Networks
Select one PLN (Professional Learning Network) to explore. (Community of Practice or COP) Consider how it can be used as a professional learning network. If you already use one of these, choose another one. Compare it to what you already use.