Creation & Application of OERs

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Creation & Application of OERs by Mind Map: Creation & Application of OERs

1. Types of OA

1.1. Full access (non-APC's)

1.2. Gold

1.2.1. Free to end user potential for predatory journals Article Processing. Charge (APC) supported

1.2.2. Hybrid option Closed articles Alongside Payed

1.2.3. Open access No APC Subscription (or other funding source) supported

1.3. Green

1.3.1. Pre-publishing archival

1.3.2. Potentially prior to peer review

1.3.3. Decentralized archival repositories

1.4. Temporary access

1.5. Behind Paywall (pay to view)

2. Applications

2.1. Textbooks

2.2. Published Research

2.3. Open Courseware (OCW)


2.5. Connexions

2.6. Japanese OCW Consortium

2.7. Chinese Quality Course (CQC) Project

2.8. National Cultural Information Resources Sharing Projects

2.9. Science Data Sharing Project

2.10. Video One Course (VOC) Project

3. Creation

3.1. Time consuming

3.2. not always incentivized

3.3. Difficult to navigate

3.4. unaware it exists

4. Common Issues

4.1. Lack of awareness about OER usage

4.2. Lack of awareness about OER creation techniques

4.3. Lack of awareness around purpose of OERs

4.4. Difficulty in Design of Resource

4.5. Consensus in the community about goals, direction, methods of the movement

4.6. Lack of tenure credit

4.7. Issues with Content and Teachers Curriculum

5. How to Support/Encourage Adoption

5.1. Funders

5.1.1. Policies Requiring OA publications

5.1.2. Pre-exisiting arrangements with publishers

5.2. Institutions

5.2.1. Policies Requiring OA publications

5.2.2. Tie OA publishing to Review Process

5.2.3. Negotiate easier OA participation with publishers

5.3. Researchers

5.3.1. Moral considerations

5.3.2. Consider broader audience

5.3.3. Utilize Open Repositories

5.3.4. Contract negations with publisher to require OA

5.4. Editors

5.4.1. Encourage less restrictive archival practices

5.4.2. Keep OA publishing and archiving as core competency

5.5. Associations & Societies

5.5.1. Convert subscription service to OA

5.5.2. Launch new OA journals

5.5.3. Solicit publisher bids to strengthen negations around OA

5.6. David Wiley-founded Open Education Coalition

5.6.1. Participate in redefining what this community and conference looks like in the future following its collapse in 2019