Abstract—Open Educational Resources (OER) are contents,
courses and digital educational materials under open licenses,
which has increased opportunities for people who are in needs
to reuse learning materials. Universal resources can made a
negative effect of unaware usage without truly comprehend
ethics by users who don’t precautious on the use of those digital
media via appropriated strategies. Accordingly, OER sites
should cover investigative learning system that help to evaluate
resources for proper use. The system should be focused on
searching and evaluation a large amount of resources to
enhance digital literacy, which means ability to use digital
materials included skills of define, access, evaluate, manage,
integrate, create and communicate. Thus, this research is aimed
to develop the system using group investigation technique in
utilizing OER for student teachers’ digital literacy and
awareness of information ethics. The study is also discussed
about behavior of reuse, redistribute, revise or remix of OER.
Index Terms—Group investigation, open educational resources, OER, digital literacy, information ethics.
The authors are with Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330 Thailand (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: S. Jongsermtrakoon and J. Nasongkhla, "A Group Investigation Learning System for Open Educational Resources to Enhance Student Teachers’ Digital Literacy and Awareness in Information Ethics," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 5, no. 10, pp. 783-788, 2015.