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  • University of Michigan | Open.Michigan
    assignments Share Learn how to create your own open resources and share them on the web using our tools and guides Connect Explore the U M open community and its many projects or learn how our team can support your work Open Health Initiatives at the University of Michigan University of Michigan open blog Recent Posts December 17 2012 Celebration and Assurance Completion of the African Health OER Network grant

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  • Find U-M Open Educational Resources | Open.Michigan
    Access a range of course materials videos software tools student work and more Download and remix our openly licensed educational resources OER List of all Schools Colleges Units Image courtesy of wlodi under a Creative Commons license BY SA Search for course resource Featured Resources CHE 466 Process Dynamics and Controls This course uses an open textbook University of Michigan Chemical Engineering Process Dynamics and Controls The articles in the open textbook wikibook are all written by teams of 3 4 senior chemical engineering students and are peer reviewed by more ICD Connection Living with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator ICD Connection contains a collection of stories from patients and their families who are living with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator The inspiration for the book stemmed from an annual University of Michigan Young ICD patient and family more Parallel Spectral Numerical Methods Parallel Spectral Numerical Methods starts by taking a quick look at fi nite precision arithmetic It then discusses how to solve ordinary differential equations ODE and partial differential equations PDE using separation of variables Next it more Literature Science and the Arts Architecture Urban Planning Business Dentistry Education Engineering Information Law Medical MLibrary Nursing Pharmacy Public Health Public Policy

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  • Share Your Content | Open.Michigan
    stating to others how you want them to use the content This may seem complex it s not Creative Commons makes this process of choosing a license remarkably easy License your Work Use To build open content you must use open content Fortunately there are a number of websites and repositories that you can browse to discover openly licensed images clip art video learning modules music and other relevant materials Use Openly Licensed Content Cite Academics know that attribution is essential We show you how to effectively cite open content and other materials you might use to assemble your educational resources and projects Cite your Sources Share The most exciting part of creating open content is sharing it We can help you publish and promote your content through the Open Michigan Educational Resources website or guide you to a number of our favorite content sharing sites that enable you to publish promote and collaborate with others around your OER Share your Work Practice Still a little shaky on the concept of sharing Maybe you just need to try it out like a low risk test P2PU is a great place to experiment with new things They have courses of all

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  • Connect with the Community | Open.Michigan
    Michigan s own efforts to support education at U M Community Faces Faces by DALYDOSE Flickr src sites all themes oer images community tn jpg Connect with the growing community of faculty researchers students and departments across campus who are involved in making their educational materials workshops and resources available for others to use freely and to adapt Meet the community Projects With your help we re uncovering exciting open projects across the university and cataloging them here These projects showcase the support across our university for open practices They encompass areas such as open education open archives and publishing open source software and open standards View the projects Badges We see you out there sharing your work And we want to recognize your efforts in the open community We re exploring ways to recognize your hard work supporting open practices across campus Learn more Services To help get you going the Open Michigan Team offers up its services to the community We have a number of tools and resources for you to find and create open content We can also provide guidance to help you create educational experiences which can be shared with and used by the global learning

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  • About | Open.Michigan
    U M homepage How to Use our Resources Our website features academic content created by the University of Michigan community that you can use in your own research teaching or learning experiences We also have resources available to teach you how to share your own work If you want to reference use or adapt the works on this site please remember to look at the type of license the author has chosen for his or her materials and abide by these terms To cite these materials you can follow the APA guidelines for citing online course content For example Stringer K Principles of Research and Problem Solving material type PowerPoint or PDF Retrieved from Open Michigan Web site http open umich edu education pharmacy pharm476 winter2011 materials Our Partners Open Michigan also partners with organizations and institutions worldwide that support the mission of open education With the support of Open Michigan U M became a sustaining member of the Open Courseware Consortium OCWC a global collaboration of higher education institutions and associated organizations who are creating a broad collection of open educational content using a shared model Through participation in the African Health OER Network Open Michigan is helping advance health care education in Africa by using open educational resources OER to share knowledge address curriculum gaps and build communities of practice around healthcare education Through this partnership among several African institutions of higher education participants work to draft institutional OER policies develop and implement OER production processes and co create health educational materials The Mt Sinai School of Medicine and Open Michigan are working in partnership to develop a suite of openly licensed CME Continuing Medical Education modules for practicing physicians with the goal of improving key quality metrics at their hospitals With support from a 2 year LSA

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  • Contact | Open.Michigan
    is not an accrediting body at U M and does not grant degrees or certificates To find out about U M admissions program requirements for credit courses and degrees please refer to the U M homepage Your Name Name is Optional Your Email Email is required if response requested I would like a response Subject Subject is optional Your comment or question CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you

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  • Open.Michigan Blog — connecting the global learning community
    project in particular we have witnessed numerous examples of learning materials that have been used translated or otherwise adapted by students and instructors at institutions in other countries Here are just a few examples of visibility new connections and adaptations resulting from OER shared through the African Health OER Network In October 2012 the African Health OER Network videos on YouTube surpassed 2 5 million views with visitors from nearly every country worldwide An analysis of the over 1 700 ratings and over 360 comments reveals that viewers are finding the videos helpful Medical residents in Nigeria discovered gynecology surgery videos developed by the University of Ghana which they integrated into their training Through student networks in Ghana medical students at University of Ghana and University of Cape Coast learned of and studied an obstetrics examination module developed by KNUST University of Botswana and Saide created a collection of pre clinical supplemental resources using materials from University of Michigan MedEdPORTAL Johns Hopkins University Tufts University Massachusetts Institute of Technology and others An open access Spanish journal translated and published a lecture from an occupational health module from University of Cape Town A patient in Croatia discovered an Automated Blood Counts module KNUST online and contacted the author for consultation Physicians at St Paul Hospital Millennium Medical College SPHMMC and Federal Ministry of Health in Ethiopia have incorporated a Caesarean Section module from University of Ghana into their gynecology training SPHMMC has adapted this resource to include narration by an Ethiopian physician to compare and contrast the demonstrated procedure with their local practices Print versions of maternal and child health open textbooks from South Africa Malawi and Mozambique are available for reference in the SPHMMC library A learning module by University of Ghana Medical School designed for access from desktop and laptop computers was adapted for mobile phones in partnership with University of Michigan A manual on counseling from University of Malawi references OER from Commonwealth of Learning UNESCO Open University U S Department of Health and Human Services University of Michigan and others Beyond the learning materials the consortium of universities involved in the African Health OER Network enabled the exchange of other tacit knowledge between the participating organizations Specifically it has facilitated multidirectional knowledge sharing between individuals and universities in the Global North i e developed countries and those in the Global South i e developing countries This includes learning materials and lessons learned that have been brought back to U M For example A U M professor has used the Buruli ulcer module and clinical microbiology videos from Ghana in his infectious diseases class for first year medical students Obstetrics and gynecology modules developed by Ghanaian physicians have also been added as supplemental materials for U M medical students Open textbooks authored by health professionals in South Africa are available to the U M community through our library s print on demand service with Espresso Book Machine I and other Open Michigan staff members have also learned additional techniques for video and audio editing and instructional design that we have incorporated into our OER activities at U M No Comments Tags Community It s not your mother s information literacy by Emily Puckett Rodgers November 19th 2012 No Comments Over the course of the last year I ve had several stimulating and interesting conversations with School of Information Clinical Assistant Professor Kristin Fontichiaro She s into peer based learning badging maker spaces and open education fostering teachers prepared for education in the 21st century etc However I was dubious when she asked me to mentor one of her students enrolled in SI 641 Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning Here at Open Michigan we do a lot of instruction training workshops presentations conversations and resource development But we do this based on demand We don t really plan ahead very much So when she emailed me with this list of what her practicum students do Perform 20 hours of shadowing someone who does instructional work related to information literacy and CC open access certainly does Attend 2 face to face lessons Create a 15 20 hour online learning module designed collaboratively between student and mentor I thought Can we support this kind of structured work I was totally wrong Victoria Lungu has been able to build on our School of Open research and efforts and our ongoing collaborations with Peer to Peer University She s brought a lot to the table challenging us to align our work with the pedagogy and perspective of information literacy in the 21st century At the end of the day our work at Open Michigan especially our research training and experimentation are deeply aligned with info lit And in keeping with our innovative but independent starter attitude Victoria has been a real leader in shaping how she has collaborated with Open Michigan this semester to explore and practice models of information literacy Here s what she s accomplished with us this semester Keeping up with the WIDE EMU folks Leading the first in person School of Open course Giving feedback on School of Open courses including figuring out how to provide structure for in person group learning and online independent learning in challenges She s just getting started developing her online learning module but we think it will be good Working with Victoria is an example of one of the most rewarding parts about what I get to do at Open Michigan Challenging students to work with us as peers in understanding and practicing open participatory education is always an exercise in trust So far the amazing work by U M students collaborating with Open Michigan has always exceeded our expectations No Comments Tags Community Projects information literacy P2PU practicum School of Information student work training Staff Picks for Media for Promoting Open Content by Kathleen Ludewig Omollo November 12th 2012 1 Comment Earlier this year the OER movement celebrated its tenth anniversary There are now several hundred million Creative Commons licensed works

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  • Celebration and Assurance: Completion of the African Health OER Network grant
    cost technologies That includes among others three multi institutional workshops to support inter institutional capacity building the health senior leadership session at the OER Africa Convening in May 2011 included 21 participants from across Africa the Ghana OER tech workshop in October 2011 brought together 13 technologists from 3 institutions in Ghana and the Health OER Tech Africa regional workshop in October 2012 included 22 individuals from 12 institutions across six countries and marked Network s first multi country gathering of support staff for health OER We have already seen continued dialogue and reflections from participants Our African collaborators have created 147 new openly licensed learning modules for diverse health sciences topics The collection includes 24 open textbooks over 175 videos 3 multilingual resources one in Spanish one in Portuguese and another in both Xhosa and Afrikaans and many self assessments Our collection of learning materials is distributed widely highly visible and has been accessed in over 190 countries We receive an average of 8 500 visits month across our two main websites one in South Africa and the other hosted in Michigan have distributed 530 copies of our sampler DVD of OER and have over 2 5 million total views on YouTube An analysis of the over 1 720 ratings and over 360 comments on YouTube reveals that viewers are finding the videos helpful with an average rating of 4 38 out of 5 and thank you among the most frequent comments Our quarterly newsletter has 1036 subscribers We have already seen numerous examples of OER developed that has been used translated or otherwise adapted by students and instructors at institutions in other countries Through the Health OER Request and Search service we have matched 16 requests for learning materials with existing OER We have shared our lessons learned through guides evaluations case studies journal and book publications conferences and blog entries Our experience with the Network has provided a strong foundation for new partnerships for health education in East Africa and Ghana and for engineering education in Liberia Health OER Tech Africa Regional Workshop 2012 Photo by Ben Prempeh KNUST licensed CC BY NC Though the grant has ended the Network progresses The founding members now have in place processes personnel and in some cases official policies to continue to support the creation usage distribution and research related to health open educational resources In order to keep momentum Saide and U M have committed to maintain the two African Health OER Network websites the newsletter and our three health OER interest groups as avenues to share lessons models learning materials and outcomes What are the key takeaways from the Network activities A 2012 report by an independent evaluation expert succinctly concluded The African Health OER Network has shown that quality and cost effectiveness are neither mutually exclusive nor unattainable The current impact study finds examples of direct and significant indirect savings through OER and enhanced quality is evidenced in the accounts of academics and students as well as

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