Educational Resources

Educational Resources

 

Learning materials can be accessed online rather than on paper. HTML materials like progressive courses or section-wise targets, speeches, assessments, or FAQs are examples of this type of content. Audio-visual(AV) classes, smart class exercises or tests, and papers with tie-ups to various sites are examples of educational materials. Digital materials are utilised to promote student learning in various ways. Students have access to various digital resources, information, and technologies via the Internet. Online educational resources (OER) are educational and research materials that are free to use, reuse, repurpose, modify, and redistribute in any method or print in the public domain or copyrighted under an open licence. Respect the copyright owner's intellectual property rights and offer permits for the public to access, reuse, repurpose, adapt, and redistribute educational materials according to the terms of the licence.

In terms of online educational resources, there are three main types:

    Lists of open educational resources (OER) and connections to such materials on other web platforms are provided through directories.

     The OER repositories require specific digital technologies to "do" anything.

    Open educational resources (OER) are compiled in a database or collection by a single institution.

OER's Five Rules for Success

    Understanding what can and cannot be done with publicly licensed information is an integral part of appreciating the value of open educational resources (OER).

     Public Domain or Creative Commons copyrights provide certain liberties in advance and are legally established:

    Out-of-the-the-the-box thinking: to hold onto one's right to produce one's copies of a work to control (e.g., to make it available online, copy, save, and use it in various ways)

    Material reuse is defined as the authority to use the materials in several ways.

    Right to revise or amend the information one sees fit (e.g., change the materials in different speeches.) 

Remixing

The power to blend the unfiltered or altered information with other scripts to produce something better is remixing (e.g., turning the information into a mix of different works).

This gives the power to share copies of the full information, updates, or mashups with other people (e.g., sharing the information with a colleague or friend)

Examples:

Learning modules, lab activities, simulations and films are just a few examples of OER in the form of a syllabus or a lesson plan.

Open Educational Resources (OERs) provide several advantages.

    Open access to educational resources

    Free or low-cost education is excellent.

    Learners can take the course for free before joining up.

    Flexibility is gained in study schedules, which are no longer constrained by semester calendars or weekly timetables.

    Students may go at their own pace when learning and working.

    Accessible from any location, including colleges and universities, with no restrictions on where you may study.

    Provide access to students to a wide range of educational resources.

    There is a great deal of repurposed knowledge out there.

Students who took classes based on online educational resources (OER) received better marks and fewer failures. Furthermore, the students believed that the digital OER was more valuable and knowledgeable than the conventional textbooks. They would always choose to study by utilising digital technology or OER material.

Before enrolling in a course, students can use OER to compare it to other courses of the same type.

Prospective students may taste a particular school's curriculum or learn more about what it's like to pursue a degree in a specific field of study through free educational resources. If they can make better decisions about their studies and do well, they may be more likely to succeed.

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