Collaborative OER Course Development – Remix and Reuse Approach

Title: Collaborative OER Course Development – Remix and Reuse Approach

Authors: Sheng Hung, Chung (Wawasan Open University Penang, Malaysia)

Abstract: This paper presents the initiative of OER course development for the undergraduate course, Software Scalability and Reengineering using Wikibooks which was recently completed in Semester II, July 2014 in Wawasan Open University (WOU), Malaysia. The initiative presents the phases involved for the development of OER-based course materials namely the OER course integration using Wikibooks, evaluation of Quality Assurance (QA) in OER learning content and the design of OER course material. The learning design for the computing courses with engagement of learning experiences and feedbacks from different stakeholders in Open Distance Learning (ODL) environment are taken into consideration as one of the major components in the OER-based course development phases. The OER-based course TSE304/05 Software Scalability and Reengineering comprises of course units, self-tests, unit practice exercises and activities focused on supporting distance learners to fulfill self-directed learning. Evaluations and studies are being carried out at end of the semester by the course team members on the primary aspects focusing on assessments and course learning outcomes. The OER course development has successfully carried out with the integration of four Wikibooks as major resources mainly “Introduction to Software Engineering”, “A-Level Computing”, “Embedded Systems” and “Embedded Control Systems Design” to promote the use and understanding of Wikibooks and building a learning community in ODL environment.

This contribution to OpenSym 2015 will be made available as part of the OpenSym 2015 proceedings (or companion) on or after August 19, 2015.

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