Building Trust in Open Educational Resources<br />Some Initiatives from Europe<br />Anthony F. Camilleri<br />The Second I...
Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
Three Projects on OER
CONCEDE
Objectives
Quality Framework
OPAL
Objectives
Open Educational Practices
Supporting Tools
OERTest
Objectives
Scenarios
Process Model
Conclusion</li></ul>In this world...<br />you get what you pay for<br />Karl Vonnegut, in Cat‘s Cradle (1963)<br />
Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
Three Projects on OER
CONCEDE
Objectives
Quality Framework
OPAL
Objectives
Open Educational Practices
Supporting Tools
OERTest
Objectives
Scenarios
Process Model
Conclusion</li></ul>Building Trust in OER...<br />16<br />5<br />years of research<br />partner institutions<br />€1,2 mil...
Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
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The presentation looks at three related EU-financed research projects in which EFQUEL has been participating, all linked to the topic of quality of Open Educational Resources.

The topics dealt with are:
- quality of user-generated content
- mainstreaming open educational practices
- recognising learning done through open educational resource-modules

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  • Supply is the OCW module – publish and forget. OER-Provision is setting up a structure where modules are used for assessment.
  • Supply is the OCW module – publish and forget. OER-Provision is setting up a structure where modules are used for assessment.
  • Supply is the OCW module – publish and forget. OER-Provision is setting up a structure where modules are used for assessment.
  • Supply is the OCW module – publish and forget. OER-Provision is setting up a structure where modules are used for assessment.
  • Supply is the OCW module – publish and forget. OER-Provision is setting up a structure where modules are used for assessment.
  • Supply is the OCW module – publish and forget. OER-Provision is setting up a structure where modules are used for assessment.
  • Building trust in open educational resources

    1. 1. Building Trust in Open Educational Resources<br />Some Initiatives from Europe<br />Anthony F. Camilleri<br />The Second International Conference on e-Learning. <br />Belgrade, Serbia. 29.09.2011<br />
    2. 2. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    3. 3. Three Projects on OER
    4. 4. CONCEDE
    5. 5. Objectives
    6. 6. Quality Framework
    7. 7. OPAL
    8. 8. Objectives
    9. 9. Open Educational Practices
    10. 10. Supporting Tools
    11. 11. OERTest
    12. 12. Objectives
    13. 13. Scenarios
    14. 14. Process Model
    15. 15. Conclusion</li></ul>In this world...<br />you get what you pay for<br />Karl Vonnegut, in Cat‘s Cradle (1963)<br />
    16. 16. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    17. 17. Three Projects on OER
    18. 18. CONCEDE
    19. 19. Objectives
    20. 20. Quality Framework
    21. 21. OPAL
    22. 22. Objectives
    23. 23. Open Educational Practices
    24. 24. Supporting Tools
    25. 25. OERTest
    26. 26. Objectives
    27. 27. Scenarios
    28. 28. Process Model
    29. 29. Conclusion</li></ul>Building Trust in OER...<br />16<br />5<br />years of research<br />partner institutions<br />€1,2 mill<br /><4500<br />Overall budget<br />man days of work<br />
    30. 30. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    31. 31. Three Projects on OER
    32. 32. CONCEDE
    33. 33. Objectives
    34. 34. Quality Framework
    35. 35. OPAL
    36. 36. Objectives
    37. 37. Open Educational Practices
    38. 38. Supporting Tools
    39. 39. OERTest
    40. 40. Objectives
    41. 41. Scenarios
    42. 42. Process Model
    43. 43. Conclusion</li></ul>Three interlinked projects<br />
    44. 44. ensuring quality of <br /> user-generated content<br />www.concede.cc<br />
    45. 45. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    46. 46. Three Projects on OER
    47. 47. CONCEDE
    48. 48. Objectives
    49. 49. Quality Framework
    50. 50. OPAL
    51. 51. Objectives
    52. 52. Open Educational Practices
    53. 53. Supporting Tools
    54. 54. OERTest
    55. 55. Objectives
    56. 56. Scenarios
    57. 57. Process Model
    58. 58. Conclusion</li></ul>Project Objectives<br /><ul><li>Investigate state of the art
    59. 59. Create a quality framework
    60. 60. Pilot the Quality Framework
    61. 61. Network Relevant Actors</li></li></ul><li>Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    62. 62. Three Projects on OER
    63. 63. CONCEDE
    64. 64. Objectives
    65. 65. Quality Framework
    66. 66. OPAL
    67. 67. Objectives
    68. 68. Open Educational Practices
    69. 69. Supporting Tools
    70. 70. OERTest
    71. 71. Objectives
    72. 72. Scenarios
    73. 73. Process Model
    74. 74. Conclusion</li></ul>How to trust?<br />60%<br />of educators surveyed sceptical<br />
    75. 75. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    76. 76. Three Projects on OER
    77. 77. CONCEDE
    78. 78. Objectives
    79. 79. Quality Framework
    80. 80. OPAL
    81. 81. Objectives
    82. 82. Open Educational Practices
    83. 83. Supporting Tools
    84. 84. OERTest
    85. 85. Objectives
    86. 86. Scenarios
    87. 87. Process Model
    88. 88. Conclusion</li></ul>Concede Quality Framework<br />
    89. 89. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    90. 90. Three Projects on OER
    91. 91. CONCEDE
    92. 92. Objectives
    93. 93. Quality Framework
    94. 94. OPAL
    95. 95. Objectives
    96. 96. Open Educational Practices
    97. 97. Supporting Tools
    98. 98. OERTest
    99. 99. Objectives
    100. 100. Scenarios
    101. 101. Process Model
    102. 102. Conclusion</li></ul>Concede Quality Framework<br />
    103. 103. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    104. 104. Three Projects on OER
    105. 105. CONCEDE
    106. 106. Objectives
    107. 107. Quality Framework
    108. 108. OPAL
    109. 109. Objectives
    110. 110. Open Educational Practices
    111. 111. Supporting Tools
    112. 112. OERTest
    113. 113. Objectives
    114. 114. Scenarios
    115. 115. Process Model
    116. 116. Conclusion</li></ul>Concede Quality Framework<br />
    117. 117. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    118. 118. Three Projects on OER
    119. 119. CONCEDE
    120. 120. Objectives
    121. 121. Quality Framework
    122. 122. OPAL
    123. 123. Objectives
    124. 124. Open Educational Practices
    125. 125. Supporting Tools
    126. 126. OERTest
    127. 127. Objectives
    128. 128. Scenarios
    129. 129. Process Model
    130. 130. Conclusion</li></ul>Concede Quality Framework<br />
    131. 131. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    132. 132. Three Projects on OER
    133. 133. CONCEDE
    134. 134. Objectives
    135. 135. Quality Framework
    136. 136. OPAL
    137. 137. Objectives
    138. 138. Open Educational Practices
    139. 139. Supporting Tools
    140. 140. OERTest
    141. 141. Objectives
    142. 142. Scenarios
    143. 143. Process Model
    144. 144. Conclusion</li></ul>Concede Quality Framework<br />
    145. 145. promoting adoption<br /> of open educational practices<br />www.oer-quality.org<br />
    146. 146. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    147. 147. Three Projects on OER
    148. 148. CONCEDE
    149. 149. Objectives
    150. 150. Quality Framework
    151. 151. OPAL
    152. 152. Objectives
    153. 153. Open Educational Practices
    154. 154. Supporting Tools
    155. 155. OERTest
    156. 156. Objectives
    157. 157. Scenarios
    158. 158. Process Model
    159. 159. Conclusion</li></ul>Project Objectives<br /><ul><li>Promote new vision for Quality of OER
    160. 160. Foster the uptake of OER in institutions
    161. 161. Support educational actors in their use
    162. 162. Develop easy to use tools to help actors in implementation</li></li></ul><li>Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    163. 163. Three Projects on OER
    164. 164. CONCEDE
    165. 165. Objectives
    166. 166. Quality Framework
    167. 167. OPAL
    168. 168. Objectives
    169. 169. Open Educational Practices
    170. 170. Supporting Tools
    171. 171. OERTest
    172. 172. Objectives
    173. 173. Scenarios
    174. 174. Process Model
    175. 175. Conclusion</li></ul>Moving from OER...<br />
    176. 176. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    177. 177. Three Projects on OER
    178. 178. CONCEDE
    179. 179. Objectives
    180. 180. Quality Framework
    181. 181. OPAL
    182. 182. Objectives
    183. 183. Open Educational Practices
    184. 184. Supporting Tools
    185. 185. OERTest
    186. 186. Objectives
    187. 187. Scenarios
    188. 188. Process Model
    189. 189. Conclusion</li></ul>...to OEP<br /><ul><li>Builds on OER
    190. 190. Goes beyond access into open learningarchitectures
    191. 191. Focus: learning as construction + sharing
    192. 192. Quality improvement through external validation
    193. 193. Change of educational cultures
    194. 194. OER as value proposition for Institutions</li></li></ul><li>Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    195. 195. Three Projects on OER
    196. 196. CONCEDE
    197. 197. Objectives
    198. 198. Quality Framework
    199. 199. OPAL
    200. 200. Objectives
    201. 201. Open Educational Practices
    202. 202. Supporting Tools
    203. 203. OERTest
    204. 204. Objectives
    205. 205. Scenarios
    206. 206. Process Model
    207. 207. Conclusion</li></ul>A Maturity Model for OEP<br />
    208. 208. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    209. 209. Three Projects on OER
    210. 210. CONCEDE
    211. 211. Objectives
    212. 212. Quality Framework
    213. 213. OPAL
    214. 214. Objectives
    215. 215. Open Educational Practices
    216. 216. Supporting Tools
    217. 217. OERTest
    218. 218. Objectives
    219. 219. Scenarios
    220. 220. Process Model
    221. 221. Conclusion</li></ul>Supporting Tools<br />Best Practice Clearinghouse<br />OEP Register<br />
    222. 222. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    223. 223. Three Projects on OER
    224. 224. CONCEDE
    225. 225. Objectives
    226. 226. Quality Framework
    227. 227. OPAL
    228. 228. Objectives
    229. 229. Open Educational Practices
    230. 230. Supporting Tools
    231. 231. OERTest
    232. 232. Objectives
    233. 233. Scenarios
    234. 234. Process Model
    235. 235. Conclusion</li></li></ul><li>setting a foundation <br /> for assessment and recognition<br /> of OER-Course Modules<br />www.oer-europe.net<br />
    236. 236. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    237. 237. Three Projects on OER
    238. 238. CONCEDE
    239. 239. Objectives
    240. 240. Quality Framework
    241. 241. OPAL
    242. 242. Objectives
    243. 243. Open Educational Practices
    244. 244. Supporting Tools
    245. 245. OERTest
    246. 246. Objectives
    247. 247. Scenarios
    248. 248. Process Model
    249. 249. Conclusion</li></ul>Project Objectives<br /><ul><li>Propose a set of guidelines for assessment of OER Modules
    250. 250. Pilot Guidelines
    251. 251. Conduct Feasibility Study
    252. 252. Network Institutions</li></ul>Combines principles of OER with those of distance learning<br />
    253. 253. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    254. 254. Three Projects on OER
    255. 255. CONCEDE
    256. 256. Objectives
    257. 257. Quality Framework
    258. 258. OPAL
    259. 259. Objectives
    260. 260. Open Educational Practices
    261. 261. Supporting Tools
    262. 262. OERTest
    263. 263. Objectives
    264. 264. Scenarios
    265. 265. Process Model
    266. 266. Conclusion</li></ul>Usage Scenarios for OER-Modules<br />
    267. 267. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    268. 268. Three Projects on OER
    269. 269. CONCEDE
    270. 270. Objectives
    271. 271. Quality Framework
    272. 272. OPAL
    273. 273. Objectives
    274. 274. Open Educational Practices
    275. 275. Supporting Tools
    276. 276. OERTest
    277. 277. Objectives
    278. 278. Scenarios
    279. 279. Process Model
    280. 280. Conclusion</li></ul>Usage Scenarios for OER-Modules<br />
    281. 281. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    282. 282. Three Projects on OER
    283. 283. CONCEDE
    284. 284. Objectives
    285. 285. Quality Framework
    286. 286. OPAL
    287. 287. Objectives
    288. 288. Open Educational Practices
    289. 289. Supporting Tools
    290. 290. OERTest
    291. 291. Objectives
    292. 292. Scenarios
    293. 293. Process Model
    294. 294. Conclusion</li></ul>OERTest Process Model<br />
    295. 295. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    296. 296. Three Projects on OER
    297. 297. CONCEDE
    298. 298. Objectives
    299. 299. Quality Framework
    300. 300. OPAL
    301. 301. Objectives
    302. 302. Open Educational Practices
    303. 303. Supporting Tools
    304. 304. OERTest
    305. 305. Objectives
    306. 306. Scenarios
    307. 307. Process Model
    308. 308. Conclusion</li></ul>Process Model Descriptors<br />
    309. 309. Conclusions<br />
    310. 310. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    311. 311. Three Projects on OER
    312. 312. CONCEDE
    313. 313. Objectives
    314. 314. Quality Framework
    315. 315. OPAL
    316. 316. Objectives
    317. 317. Open Educational Practices
    318. 318. Supporting Tools
    319. 319. OERTest
    320. 320. Objectives
    321. 321. Scenarios
    322. 322. Process Model
    323. 323. Conclusion</li></ul>Changing the Question<br />What can I do with high quality OER?<br />How can I trust OER?<br />
    324. 324. Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    325. 325. Three Projects on OER
    326. 326. CONCEDE
    327. 327. Objectives
    328. 328. Quality Framework
    329. 329. OPAL
    330. 330. Objectives
    331. 331. Open Educational Practices
    332. 332. Supporting Tools
    333. 333. OERTest
    334. 334. Objectives
    335. 335. Scenarios
    336. 336. Process Model
    337. 337. Conclusion</li></ul>Some thoughts...<br /><ul><li>Break down last barriers to internationalisation
    338. 338. Bring high quality education to 1€-per-day countries
    339. 339. Improve focus on acquisition of transversal competences
    340. 340. Accelerate the process of knowledge creation
    341. 341. .....what else?</li></li></ul><li>Outline<br /><ul><li>Introduction
    342. 342. Three Projects on OER
    343. 343. CONCEDE
    344. 344. Objectives
    345. 345. Quality Framework
    346. 346. OPAL
    347. 347. Objectives
    348. 348. Open Educational Practices
    349. 349. Supporting Tools
    350. 350. OERTest
    351. 351. Objectives
    352. 352. Scenarios
    353. 353. Process Model
    354. 354. Conclusion</li></ul>The real price of every thing<br /> is the toil and trouble of acquiring it<br />Adam Smith, inThe Wealth of Nations (1776)<br />
    355. 355. „Building Trust in Open Educational Resources: Some Initiatives from Europe“<br />HvalaThank- you<br />for your attention<br />Feedback is welcome!<br />Anthony F. Camilleri<br />anthony@camilleri.com<br />Released under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike3.0 Belgium License<br />You are free:<br />to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work<br />to Remix — to adapt the work<br />Under the following conditions:<br />Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).<br />Share Alike — If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one.<br />Presentation delivered at Second International Confernce on e-Learning, Belgrade, Serbia. 29.09.2011<br />www.dlweb.kg.ac.rs www.efquel.org<br />

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