Reuse potential: OERu digital citizenship course nominations

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Activity replaced with decision to develop the Learning in a Digital Age (LiDA) course. Page kept for historical reasons.

Looking at the OERu 2014 course nominations - the following courses suggest that there may be interesting opportunities for remix, reuse of learning sequences:

  • Digital citizenship (CSU) - Currently exploring feasibility of a micro structure
  • Digital skills for OER development (Otago)
  • OER development project (Otago)
  • Digital citizenship in tertiary education (Otago)
  • Open curriculum design (UTAS)

The purpose of this page is for nominating institutions to provide a tentative bullet list of the relevant topics they aim to cover which may offer opportunities for reuse, remix and collaborative development.

Otago Polytechnic

Digital skills for collaborative OER development

(Note: Learners should have completed OCL4Ed which covers copyright, open licenses and license remix compatibility)

This course is hands on and will cover a range of skills using structured learning challenges.


  • Blog and microblog skills (support tutorials exist)

Relevant digital skills

  • Wiki editing skills
  • Collaborating online (Blog comments, wiki comments, wiki version history etc.)
  • Searching and finding OER
  • Remixing images
  • Remixing video
  • Attribution requirements for open licenses in an online environment.
  • Building a design blueprint and corresponding course outline
  • Developing a representative sample of OER materials for an open online course

Digital citizenship in tertiary education

  • What is digital citizenship and digital literacy?
  • Explore digital literacy and citizenship in your own work environment
  • Identify your digital literacy skills
  • Identify and plan your digital learning needs

(See early drafts and concepts here.)

This is for a micro - course of 40 notional learning hours

Overall Learning Outcome for the micro course :

Identify and demonstrate a range of digital literacy skills necessary within your own practice context

Learning objectives for each session:

What is Digital Citizenship (NB: these are links to the original development)

  • define and identify key concepts of both digital citizenship and digital literacy.

Digital Skills relevant to my role :

  • identify the digital literacy skills relevant to your own work role.
  • consider how these skills support and enhance your practice.

Personal Learning Plan

  • plan professional development to enhance and improve your digital literacy skills relevant to your own work role.

Charles Sturt University

Digital citizenship

  • Add bullet points here

University of Tasmania

Open curriculum design

  • Learner contexts including digital citizenship and literacy
  • Learning design and open pedagogies
  • Learning outcome frameworks i.e. nesting micro course LOs within unit/subject and course/program level LOs
  • Evaluating OER and open technologies; licensing implications
  • Assessment approaches - for-credit, not-for-credit, PLAR and credit transfer