As more schools embrace 1:1 learning on a variety of platforms, the importance of digital curriculum will grow. Open Educational Resources (OER) are licensed under terms which permit other educators to both use and (in some cases) remix content to fit the standards, context, and needs of their classrooms. This podcast is a recording of a session on OER shared by Wesley Fryer on April 7, 2010, in Des Moines, Iowa at the Iowa 1:1 Institute sponsored by CASTLE. Audio from shared videos has been edited out of this podcast recording. Original videos are available in the Google Presentation, linked in the podcast shownotes.

Show Notes:

  1. Presentation slides on SlideShare
  2. Presentation slides on Google Docs (Google Presentation)
  3. Iowa 1:1 Institute 2010
  4. Wesley Fryer on Twitter

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  1. […] resources" (OER) available to be freely used and remixed by other learners around the world. I presented on OER at the Iowa 1:1 Institute on April 7th, and since that time have been thinking more about how we can encourage more educators to not only […]

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