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  • Conole opal webinar

    1. 1. OPAL Guidelines for institutions Gráinne Conole, The Open University, UK OPAL Webinar, 25th May 2011
    2. 2. Positioning• Guidelines provide: • A matrix to enable organisations to position themselves in terms of their OEP activities • Guidance on developing an OEP strategy • Support for implementing and promoting OEP
    3. 3. Benefits• Builds on solid empirical research (analysis of 60 OER case studies)• Extensively validated with the OER community• Presented in a simple to use format• Addresses the needs at an organisational level
    4. 4. Need• Organisations: • Need help in developing their OER strategy and implementing and promoting the use of OER • Are unaware of the work that has already been done and the lessons that have been learnt • Should embrace the potential of OER and encourage broader use
    5. 5. Use cases• University A wants to know where they stand: • They can use the guide to assess themselves • They get a review/ feedback from OPAL• University B wants to create a future open policy: • They can see which elements would need to be included into that from our guideline• University C wants to compare themselves with others: • They can look up other completed matices
    6. 6. Impact• Better uptake and use of OER• A more systematic approach• Growing database of stories• An emergent community discussing learning and teaching ideas and the use of OER

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