‘The Why and How of Open Education‘         Session Two: Service organization, business and sustainability            opti...
Open Education and OEaaS – an industry perspective
Open Education and OEaaS – the academic perspective
Open Education and OEaaS – academia vs. industry perspective
Open Education and OEaaS – academia vs. industry: the                          commonsOpen Education and OEaaS is:•  As we...
Open Education and OEaaS – potential opportunities for the            learning industry ‘seen as by today’
Possible learning industry OE portfolios
Open Education and OEaaS – predicted value chain by the                    learning industry
The future of Open Education and OEaaS from the learning                    industry perspective
Possible pathways for the learning industry to approach OE and OEaaS  To continue a productive discourse between the OE co...
Open Education as a Service – Guiding Questions
Thank you for your attention!            Elmar HusmannELIG – European Learning Industry Group                  …         D...
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‘The Why and How of Open Education‘ - Session Two: Service organization, business and sustainability options – With findings from the 2011 ELIG OE survey

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By: Dr. Andreas Meiszner & Ruediger Glott, United Nations University UNU-MERIT – The Netherlands. Elmar Husmann, ELIG – European Learning Industry Group Workshop on “The Why and How of Open Education: Service Concepts and Provider Perspectives” 15th MindTrek Conference and the International Academic Conference | 30 of September, Tampere – Finnland

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‘The Why and How of Open Education‘ - Session Two: Service organization, business and sustainability options – With findings from the 2011 ELIG OE survey

  1. 1. ‘The Why and How of Open Education‘ Session Two: Service organization, business and sustainability options – With findings from the 2011 ELIG OE surveyBy: Dr. Andreas Meiszner & Ruediger Glott, United Nations University UNU-MERIT – The Netherlands. Elmar Husmann, ELIG – European Learning Industry Group Workshop on “The Why and How of Open Education: Service Concepts and Provider Perspectives” 15th MindTrek Conference and the International Academic Conference | 30 of September, Tampere – Finnland
  2. 2. Open Education and OEaaS – an industry perspective
  3. 3. Open Education and OEaaS – the academic perspective
  4. 4. Open Education and OEaaS – academia vs. industry perspective
  5. 5. Open Education and OEaaS – academia vs. industry: the commonsOpen Education and OEaaS is:•  As well Paid for as it is for Free…•  Open, Public, Available, Accessible, Shareable, Re-usable,…•  Innovative, Creative, Collaborative, Flexible, Useful,…•  About Empowerment, Opportunities, Sustainability…•  Scary, Confusing, faces Resource Scarcity, might be ‘poor or‘cheap’
  6. 6. Open Education and OEaaS – potential opportunities for the learning industry ‘seen as by today’
  7. 7. Possible learning industry OE portfolios
  8. 8. Open Education and OEaaS – predicted value chain by the learning industry
  9. 9. The future of Open Education and OEaaS from the learning industry perspective
  10. 10. Possible pathways for the learning industry to approach OE and OEaaS To continue a productive discourse between the OE community and the rest of the learning industry for the benefit of both. The key to a productive discourse would include: •  The commercial learning industry to appreciate the innovation opportunities, the new cultural and behavioural aspects of OE and to focus on the pragmatic, business strategic and sustainable elements of OE rather than stressing ideological differences. •  The OE community to become aware of the potential business requirements, threats and commercial factors associated with OE in order to drive commercial attention, funding and support to OE. •  A dialogue on the level of pragmatic collaboration opportunities, funding schemes and business models. •  A dialogue with policy makers on funding schemes and procurement policies – e.g. in the public educational sector - that would better support OE commercial activities and not implicitly regard OE as non-commercial.
  11. 11. Open Education as a Service – Guiding Questions
  12. 12. Thank you for your attention! Elmar HusmannELIG – European Learning Industry Group … Dr. Andreas Meiszner, United Nations University UNU-MERIT meiszner@merit.unu.edu
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