Khan Academy Videos in Chinese: A Case Study in OER Revision
open educational resources, open access, remix, 5Rs, China, Khan Academy
Over the past decade, great progress has been made in improving the quality and availability of Open Educational Resources (OER). OER proponents often discuss the ability for users to revise and remix OER to make them more suitable for local contexts; however, much OER goes unmodified. This note from the field examines the efforts of NetEase Online Open Courses, a Chinese organization, to take more than two thousand Khan Academy videos and translate them into Chinese. We provide background on this initiative and also analyze site metrics to determine what type of use these derivative OER have received.
Original Publication Citation
Allen Rao, John Hilton III, Sarah Harper. Khan Academy Videos in Chinese: A Case Study in OER Revision. International Review of Research on Distance and Open Learning, 18(5): 1-11 (2017).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Rao, Allen; Hilton, John III; and Harper, Sarah, "Khan Academy Videos in Chinese: A Case Study in OER Revision" (2017). Faculty Publications. 3381.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
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