An OER Online Course Remixing Experience ARTICLE
Brenda Mallinson, South Africa Institute for Distance Education ; Greig Krull, South African Institute for Distance Education
Open Praxis Volume 7, Number 3, ISSN 1369-9997 e-ISSN 1369-9997 Publisher: International Council for Open and Distance Education
This paper describes the authors’ experience of remixing two existing OER courses to provide an OER course for a particular purpose and context. The developing country target environment is stated as well as the original resources’ provenance. The motivation for remixing these OER is explored, and the design of the adapted resource is described followed by notes on the implementation and evaluation of the remixed ‘Facilitating Online Learning’ pilot course. Lessons learned include that remixing existing OER courses with similar licenses is an achievable undertaking, and OER will be reused if they are deemed to be contextually relevant. It follows that the content, nature, and deployment environment of the OER is important as is its licensing for reuse. The practical illustration of a simple remix experience is significant, as there is little literature available on remixing OER. Sharing this experience is intended to encourage and inform other such remix projects.
Mallinson, B. & Krull, G. (2015). An OER Online Course Remixing Experience. Open Praxis, 7(3), 263-271. International Council for Open and Distance Education. Retrieved September 23, 2017 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/151724/.