icoper project full details
Timeline:01 Sep 2008 - 28 Feb 2011
Adopting Standards for European Educational Content
This work is part of the <a href='http://icoper.org/' target='_blank' class='project'>http://icoper.org/</a> project. iCoper is an eContentPlus action of the EU focused around standards for interoperability for sharing learning materials.
There are many standards in the field of learning: around objects, around syndication and search, and even to help define the key features of portfolios and assessment. iCoper is building a reference model to help to bring these standards together and capture the best practice of our diverse community in the use of these standards - to make better learning! Sadly, there are few standards which help learning institutions (and now learners themselves, perhaps) to create content that is then more easily reused by others, or in different learning context. The work discussed here is focused on capturing the best practices of our community to support Content Development and Reuse (CDfR).
Okada, A. and Ferreira, G. (2012) Co-authorship in the age of cyberculture: Open Educational Resources at the Open University of the United Kingdom, Cyberculture, on-line education and professional development JOURNAL
Okada, A. (2012) Open Educators and Colearners as DJs: Reuse, Remix and recreat OER collaboratively, in eds. Okada, A.; Connoly, T.; Scott, P., Collaborative Learning 2.0: Open Educational Resources, Hershey: IGI Global
Okada, A. and Barros, D. (2011) Using, adapting and authoring OER with Web 2.0 tools, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA 2011), Lisbon, Portugal
Okada, A. (2011) COLEARN 2.0: Refletindo sobre o conceito de COAPRENDIZAGEM via REAs na Web 2.0, in eds. DANIELA BARROS CLAUDIA NEVES FILIPA SEABRA JOSE MOREIRA SUSANA HENRIQUES, Educacao e tecnologías: reflexao, inovacao e praticas, 1, 978-989-20-2329-8, pp. 18, Lisbon: Universidade Aberta de Portugal