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  • Good afternoon, as you can see from the program, this is a very collective presentation. Me and Elisa, representing a group of persons who participated to this experience, We want to present some reflections about it. So, this is not a technical presentation, we are not technical people, this is only a story about an online course and a community but we guess it could be useful for showing a possible new way of “collaboration” and, above all, a new way to bridge formal and informal learning using the net.

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  • 1. Open Education and virtual communities: an experience A. Fini A. Formiconi A. Giorni N.S. Pirruccello E. Spadavecchia E. Zibordi
  • 2. The “OpenED 2007” course
    • ”Introduction to Open Education”
    • Utah State University
    • David A. Wiley
    • 2007: open participation
      • Paper reading
      • Blog: working and assessment tool
  • 3. Participation
    • Credit
    • Non-credit
    • Informal
  • 4. Objectives
    • current state of the field of open education
      • copyright, licensing, and sustainability;
    • locate open education in the context of mainstream instructional technologies
      • learning objects;
    • current practices & possible alternatives in open education;
    • OER projects locally
  • 5. Contents
    • Open Educational Resources
    • human rights in education
    • free access to educational resources
    • OER: strong and weak points
    • OER: good practices
    • intellectual property rights
    • learning objects & the future of OE
    ?
  • 6. The collective interaction
    • Starting process
      • wiki
      • tools, resources, time, assignments
    • Interactions
      • cross-blogging
      • feed RSS
    • Restructuring of the process
      • final version, modified & broadened
      • spiral renewal
  • 7. The Italian Group
    • LTE, University of Florence
    • LTEver – January 2007
    • students, alumni , professionals, teachers
    • Educational Technology…
      • informal learning
      • professional training
    • Elgg
    • community of practice
      • blog/files/communities/RSS resources/…
  • 8. The role of the community
    • conventional e-learning course
    • reaction and discussion, course re-modulation
    • Learning Community
      • cross-reading & cross-blogging
    • LTEver:
      • virtual place, cooperative e-learning
        • “ wrap up”
  • 9. To conclude …
    • A case study for three reasons:
    • Course nature (open)
      • A new role for institutions?
    • Course contents (OER)
      • Dissemination
    • Course development (ICT & lifelong learning)
      • Role of the community
  • 10. LTEver http://www.lte-unifi.net/elgg
    • Antonio Fini: [email_address]
    LTEver, University of Florence - Italy