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Quality improvement of the use of OER in higher education - challenges and consequences

Quality improvement of the use of OER in higher education - challenges and consequences

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  • 1. Quality improvement of the use of OER in higher education - challenges and consequences Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 2. We are … Ebba Ossiannilsson Lund University se Alastair Creelman Linnaeus University Lokal_Profil CC-BY-SA-2.5 via Wikimedia CommonsLund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 3. Kanwar, Balasubramanian and Umar (2010)defines OER as:”The phenomenon of OER is an empowerment process, facilitated by technology in which various types of stakeholders are able to interact, collaborate, create and use materials and pedagogic practices, that are freely available, for enhancing access, reducing costs and improving the quality of education and learning at all levels”.Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 4. Wikimedia Commons iTunes ULund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 5. Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 6. Extended learning environmentsStretched learning (Kroksmark, 2011) Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 7. Open educational practicesand cultures• Sharing as default• National policies meet grassroots enthusiasmCC Some rights reserved by Shahram Sharif Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 8. Culture of sharingWe don’t competewith contentContext is kingSharing facilitatesnew teacher role cc. Some rights reserved by HikingArtist.comLund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 9. CC by krissen. 5213463465_ebb19ed107.jpgLund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 10. Changing roles The role of the student The role of the teacher The role of the university The role of the course The role of degree/cerification Some rights reserved by enda_001Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 11. "The greatest danger in times ofturbulence is not the turbulence. It is to actwith yesterdays logic." - Peter Drucker Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2011Rethinking international universityeducation and beyond Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 12. Quality Networking, collaboration, connectivism, building bridgesLund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 13. Personalised learning means ensuring that individual differences are acknowledged Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2011Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 14. Rethinking international university education and beyond Learn anything, anywhere…if you know how Some rights reserved by Spree2010 Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 15. Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2011 The future of learning is Open University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND 618/
  • 16. STAKEHOLDERSGovernments,Higher educational providersTeaching staffStudent bodiesQuality assurance/accreditation bodiesand academic recognition bodies(UNESCO-COL 2011a p.13). Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 17. BenchmarkingSelf evaluation for quality enhancement Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 18. Benchmarking is an exemplar-driven teleological process operating within an organization [sic] with the objective of intentionally changing an existing state of affairs into a superior state of affairs. (Moriarty, 2008, p. 30). …the ´locus´ of benchmarking lies between the current and desirable states of affairs and contributes to the transformation processes that realise these improvements. (Moriarty and Smallman, 2009, p. 484) a technique, method, process, activity, incentive, or reward which conventional regards as more effective at delivering a particular outcome than any other technique, method, process, etc. when applied to a particular condition or circumstance Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 19. Benchmarking E.P.M. Smoyer, L.A. Taplin, and R.S. Berns, ... Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 20. Benchmarking of OER to identify success factors for the use and reuse of OER how social aspects really work and how they contribute to the success of OER activity generally. identify communities of practice identify stakeholders identify approaches in the use of OER develop best practice and cultivate cultures in the use of OER identify the process towards OEP and OECLund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 21. Future of learning in 2020-2030 Learning objectives will focus on competences rather than knowledge Learning will be more tailored to the needs of individualsLearning will be more active and Technologies will be an integral part ofconnected to real life. learning and lifeTeachers will become lifelong learnersthemselves Education needs to change to respond to the needs of the economy and societyICT are creating and impacting changein learning, but more knowledge isneeded. Teachers need to be encouraged to be part of implementing the changeOrganizational change is required to Ala-Mutka, Redecker, Punie, Ferrari, Cachia and Centenoallow and encourage innovation in (2011). Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 22. Key competences 2025/2030• The present eight Key competences 2006 to be reached 2010.…and the future• Environment; nature, sustainability• Problem-solving; analysing, critizing, KISS• Identity; self confindence, self-esteem, keep independece• Flexibility to change, openess to change, adapting to change, stress management (IPTS, 2010)Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 23. The door is open … Practice Culture Business models Etc.Bild: Wikimedia Commons, Push the button, CC BY SA Lund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND
  • 25. Assessment Teacher’s role ExaminationUniversity’s role Student’s role IPR Publication Policies and strategies Collaborative Informal learning learning ??????Some rights reserved by Mycael /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND Lund University/Ossiannilsson
  • 26. Ebba Ossiannilsson, Lund University, SE Footprints, FB:Ebba Ossiannilsson T:@EbbaOssian Phone: +4670995448 S: OssiannLund University/Ossiannilsson /LU_EADTU_ESKISEHIR;TURKEY2011/ CC BY-NC-ND