Open Educational Practice througha Micro-Innovation Lens                     •   a contribution from                      ...
Introduction www.visir-network.eu
VISIR - objectives    “Understanding gap”                                                            New vision on ICT    ...
Micro-Innovations                implementation scope   micro due to size of idea-generator                degree of actua...
Micro-Innovations              „give me a lever long enough…..and I will move the world“www.visir-network.eu
Linking OEPto InnovationTheory  www.visir-network.eu
Looking at ‚closed‘ education:                                       Incentive to                                         ...
MACRO                       innovationswww.visir-network.eu
Open Educational Practicewww.visir-network.eu
Some examples, so far• collaborate on an Open Source project, don‘t  design your own (Auth),• Students create their own te...
Next• more examples – your contributions  welcome• Chapioning of innovators for mainstreamingLater today…                 ...
Keep an eye onwww.visir-network.euwww.visir-network.eu
Thank-You for Your Attention       Open Educational Practice through a Micro-                   Innovation Lens           ...
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Presentation from Online Educa Berlin 2012. It gives a brief introduction to the VISIR (www.visir-network.eu) project, and uses the concept of micro-innovations to look at open educational practices.

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Open educational practice through a micro innovation lens

  1. 1. Open Educational Practice througha Micro-Innovation Lens • a contribution from the VISIR project Open Education WS – Anthony F. Camilleri Event Name Presenter Name OEB Berlin
  2. 2. Introduction www.visir-network.eu
  3. 3. VISIR - objectives “Understanding gap” New vision on ICT Review of existing research results (Scienter) in education Run three stakeholders consultations (EDEN) “Networking gap” Better networking Build a showcase of micro-innovation practices (EICI) on meaningful ideas Seven hands-on workshops (EFQUEL, all) “Mainstreaming gap” Influence policy Build a network of grassroots innovators (MENON) and foster change at system level Two innovation mainstreaming workshops (MENON)3 www.visir-network.eu
  4. 4. Micro-Innovations implementation scope micro due to size of idea-generator degree of actual change not due to impact potentialwww.visir-network.eu
  5. 5. Micro-Innovations „give me a lever long enough…..and I will move the world“www.visir-network.eu
  6. 6. Linking OEPto InnovationTheory www.visir-network.eu
  7. 7. Looking at ‚closed‘ education: Incentive to change Failure of Availability Current of tools Approach Vision of a Better future DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION www.visir-network.eu
  8. 8. MACRO innovationswww.visir-network.eu
  9. 9. Open Educational Practicewww.visir-network.eu
  10. 10. Some examples, so far• collaborate on an Open Source project, don‘t design your own (Auth),• Students create their own textbook (Valparaiso Uni statistics)• Students define their own project and learning objectives linked to new media (Gen-Y)• open, and cheap platform for learning about software and hardware (Raspberry Pi) www.visir-network.eu
  11. 11. Next• more examples – your contributions welcome• Chapioning of innovators for mainstreamingLater today… contextualising today‘s presentations within context of micro-innovations in your institution www.visir-network.eu
  12. 12. Keep an eye onwww.visir-network.euwww.visir-network.eu
  13. 13. Thank-You for Your Attention Open Educational Practice through a Micro- Innovation Lens Anthony F. Camilleri anthony@camilleri.comPresentation available from:http://www.slideshare.net/anthonycamilleriFeedback is welcome! Released under a Creative Commons Under the following conditions: Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 Belgium License Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but You are free: not in any way that suggests that they endorse • to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit you or your use of the work). the work Share Alike — If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resultingwww.visir-network.eu • to Remix — to adapt the work work only under the same or similar license to this one.
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