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The Free / Open Education Puzzle

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... towards the higher-level field of OER (Open Educational Resources)

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  • 1. Putting together the Free / Open Education Puzzle Towards the higher-level field of OER (Open Educational Resources) By: Andreas Meiszner – Senior Researcher & Project Manager, UNU-MERIT, CCG (Collaborative Creativity Group) September 17 th 2010                       
  • 2.
    • Parts of the puzzle:
    • Organizational Frameworks
    • Learning resource Frameworks
    • Technical Frameworks
    • Learner Support Frameworks
    • Quality Assurance Frameworks
    • Legal Framework
    • Sustainability frameworks
    •  
    Putting together the Free / Open Education Puzzle
  • 3.
    • Organizational Frameworks
    • Curricula & Syllabi
    • Open Internship / Mentoring Models
    • Open Learning Support Models
    • Open Course Models
    • Open Production Models
    • Modular ‘plug-n-play’ approaches (e.g. of course modules – cost reduction, re- & multipurpose use)
    • Service Based Business Models to allow for financial sustainability
    Organizational Frameworks
  • 4.
    • Learning resource Frameworks
    • Open Course design & delivery
    • Core Learning materials (internal)
    • Non-core Learning materials (external)
    • Preserved Learning processes & outcomes, including Learning Projects
    Learning Resource Frameworks
  • 5.
    • Technical Frameworks
    • Course directory
    • Learning space
    • Market place’ for Mentored Internships or Apprenticeships (Real Life Learning)
    • Content repository
    • Learning project repository
    • Assessment & Certification/Recognition spaces
    • Sandbox spaces
    Technical Frameworks
  • 6.
    • Learner Support Frameworks
    • Lectures & Tutorials
    • Peer-Learning
    • Communities of Practice, Professional development Communities
    • Sanbboxes, experimental spaces and play fields
    Learner Support Frameworks
  • 7.
    • Quality Assurance Frameworks
    • Quality assurance of internal educational provision (core)
    • Quality assurance of external factors involved (non-core)
    • Learner assessment & Certification
    Quality Assurance Frameworks
  • 8.
    • Legal Framework
    • Legislations
    • Formal Recognitions
    • Joint Degrees & Certificates
    • Accreditation
    • Data Protection
    Legal Frameworks
  • 9.
    • Sustainability frameworks
    • Traditional sustainability concepts
    • Open Educational Service concepts
      • Assessment & Certification against fees
      • Collaborative educational provision (cost sharing & value for money)
      • Collaborative educational production (cost reduction)
      • Development & Maintenance of all of the above (outsourcing or insourcing)
      • Market segmentation – community versions, certificated versions, integrated versions
    Sustainability Frameworks
  • 10. Thank you for your attention! Prepared by: Andreas Meiszner For further information mail to: [email_address] For further information on our work visit: http://www.openedworld.net