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Paper to be presented by me and Joss Winn at OpenEd10. See: http://bit.ly/bpm0Bi

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  • 1. The relationships between technology and open education in the development of a resilient higher education Richard Hall (rhall1@dmu.ac.uk, @hallymk1) Joss Winn ( [email_address] , @ josswinn )
  • 2. The precept as a question: What is the role and form of higher education, in a world that faces significant disruption?
  • 3. The play: futures  technology  disruption  resilience  a space for open?
  • 4. Position 1: Complex and open learning futures in the face of disruption
  • 5. Position 1: futures Transformative? Universal? About production? The social relations of education?
  • 6. Position 2: Technology, Open Education and Political Economy
  • 7. Position 2: Against/negation of determinism and techno-essentialism The “disarming disguise” of high-tech Open education as critique OERs as alienated labour Cultural practices
  • 8. Position 3: disruption and resilience and higher education
  • 9. Position 3: disruption Climate change/consumption Peak oil/energy for stuff Political economy
  • 10. Position 3: resilience Adaptation Transition Transformation Radical Diverse, modular, feedback Values: share, open, co-operative
  • 11. Position 4: a resilient higher education?
  • 12. Position 4: resilient h.e . Engagement in open networks Production and social relations Trans-disciplinary Against post-colonialism Against BAU
  • 13. Position 4: resilient h.e . Open roles/social relations Open production Open feedback/review Open “doing” at scale
  • 14. Licensing This presentation is licensed under a Creative Commons, Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales license See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/