Recent & Future Trends inOpen EducationFrederik TRUYENKU Leuven
Preparing for the mobile knowledgeworker
Knowledge economyPeters, M. A. (2010). Three Forms of the Knowledge Economy: Learning, Creativity andOpenness. British Jou...
Knowledge viewsTraditional view• Knowledge is a requirement• Knowledge is a commodity• Knowledge is an effect• Knowledge i...
The New Creativity– User-generated content– The Long Tail– Folksonomies, Social Bookmarking– Syndication, mashups– Crowd S...
New visions on Learning• George Siemens, Stephen Knowles stress thecollaborative creation of knowledge in anetwork (Connec...
The 4 Rs of Openness– Reuse—The most basic level of openness. People are allowed to use allor part of the work for their o...
OpenCourseWare– Learn Any Time, Any Place, Any Pace– Discover– Collaborate– Exchange– Contribute– Share– Take responsibility
• 4 C’s of 21st Century skills– Creativity– Communication– Critical Thinking– Collaboration– http://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Widening Participation• From participation in education toparticipation in knowledge development andthe creation of meanin...
Recent and Future TrendsLinkedDataRichContentRichUseLearningAnalyticsMOOCsLearningCommonsPersonalLearningEnvironmentCertif...
Maerlant CentreRich Content, Rich Use• Automation– The computer network acts on the content, it plays a role in content se...
Linked Dataopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union13Slide: Stefan Gradmann
MOOCopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union14
Learning Analyticsopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union15
Personal Learning Environmentsopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union16
Learning Commonsopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union17AGORA KU Leuven...
Perpetual Learning …opencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union18
Certificationopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union19
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  1. 1. Recent & Future Trends inOpen EducationFrederik TRUYENKU Leuven
  2. 2. Preparing for the mobile knowledgeworker
  3. 3. Knowledge economyPeters, M. A. (2010). Three Forms of the Knowledge Economy: Learning, Creativity andOpenness. British Journal of Educational Studies, 58(1), 67-88.Learning economyBengt-Åke LundvallOpenknowledgeeconomyYochai BenklerCreativeeconomyCharles Landry,John Howkins,Richard Florida
  4. 4. Knowledge viewsTraditional view• Knowledge is a requirement• Knowledge is a commodity• Knowledge is an effect• Knowledge is measured inoutputToday• Knowledge as a task• Knowledge as responsibility• Knowledge as a resource• Knowledge as an asset• Knowledge as a matrix
  5. 5. The New Creativity– User-generated content– The Long Tail– Folksonomies, Social Bookmarking– Syndication, mashups– Crowd Sourcing, hacking
  6. 6. New visions on Learning• George Siemens, Stephen Knowles stress thecollaborative creation of knowledge in anetwork (Connectivism)• Harry Collins highlights the importance oftacit knowledge and interactive expertise• Importance of informal learning, on-the joblearning, LLL
  7. 7. The 4 Rs of Openness– Reuse—The most basic level of openness. People are allowed to use allor part of the work for their own purposes (e.g. download an educationalvideo to watch at a later time).– Redistribute—People can share the work with others (e.g. email a digitalarticle to a colleague).– Revise—People can adapt, modify, translate, or change the form thework (e.g. take a book written in English and turn it into a Spanish audiobook).– Remix—People can take two or more existing resources and combinethem to create a new resource (e.g. take audio lectures from one courseand combine them with slides from another course to create a newderivative work).David Whiley
  8. 8. OpenCourseWare– Learn Any Time, Any Place, Any Pace– Discover– Collaborate– Exchange– Contribute– Share– Take responsibility
  9. 9. • 4 C’s of 21st Century skills– Creativity– Communication– Critical Thinking– Collaboration– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KMM387HNQkopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union9
  10. 10. Widening Participation• From participation in education toparticipation in knowledge development andthe creation of meaning• Reaching out to professional communities• Connecting with other professional practices• Bridging Cultures• Building the Knowledge Society• Fostering the Creative Class
  11. 11. Recent and Future TrendsLinkedDataRichContentRichUseLearningAnalyticsMOOCsLearningCommonsPersonalLearningEnvironmentCertificationopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union11
  12. 12. Maerlant CentreRich Content, Rich Use• Automation– The computer network acts on the content, it plays a role in content selection– Information selection through metadata (tags): Resource DescriptionFramework– >> Rich Content• Socialisation of the web– The web connects people. It allows peer-to-peer knowledge development– Information selection through the social network, e.g. social bookmarking– >> Rich Use
  13. 13. Linked Dataopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union13Slide: Stefan Gradmann
  14. 14. MOOCopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union14
  15. 15. Learning Analyticsopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union15
  16. 16. Personal Learning Environmentsopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union16
  17. 17. Learning Commonsopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union17AGORA KU Leuvenhttp://bib.kuleuven.be/agora
  18. 18. Perpetual Learning …opencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union18
  19. 19. Certificationopencourseware.euwith the support of the Lifelong LearningProgramme of the European Union19
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