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Tuesday, October 25 • 12:00pm - 12:30pm
OER Glue - Pervasively remixing the web for teaching and learning

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OER Glue lets you pervasively mash up the web for teaching and learning by mashing up web pages in place and integrating with everyone.


OER Glue supports authentic learning experiences by erasing the boundaries between systems and between content silos. It allows you to mash up content where you find it, rather than copying it into a new system. Instead of re-implementing tools such as blog, discussion, and quiz tools, OER Glue integrates with everyone. You can adapt any web page for your context by dragging and dropping images, videos, and interactive tools into it. OER Glue integrates with Google docs, Facebook, Twitter and other online tools via a dock displayed at the bottom of your web browser, providing an outline tool that you can add pages to, and by letting you drag widgets directly into any web page. OER Glue also lets you easily search a database of over 100,000 open education resources for use in a course.

We will present research on how OER Glue has been used to reuse and adapt open education resources. Research findings will be explained in the context of the goal of increasing the impact of open education resources. Examples will be shared demonstrating how OER Glue can be used to enhance existing online courses by searching content databases, modifying web pages, and by integrating content and tools from other websites.


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Justin Ball

CTO, Atomic Jolt
I measure my chocolate consumption in pounds.

Tuesday October 25, 2011 12:00pm - 12:30pm MDT
White Pine

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