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theses on the future of open education and open educational resources, in particular business and research challenges

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  • Open Educational Resources – Research and Business Challenges
    • Jan M. Pawlowski
    • Tampere, 11.11.2009
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  • JYU: Global Information Systems
    • Focus areas
    • Global Information Systems
    • Supporting globally distributed workgroups
    • Open Educational Resources
    • Reference Modeling
    • E-Learning
    • Supporting international education settings
    • Cultural adaptation
    • Standardization & Quality Management
    • Mobile & Ambient Learning
    • Innovative tools and solutions
    • Projects
    • OpenScout: OER for Management
    • COSMOS, Open Science Resources: Exchange of Scientific Content
    • ASPECT: Open Content and standards for schools
    • iCOPER: New standards for educational technologies
    • LaProf: Language learning in ICT and agriculture
    • NORDLET: Nordic Baltic Network for Learning, Education and Training
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  • Contents
    • Open Content and Re-Use
    • Case Study Results: How does it work in the real life in Finland?
    • 5 challenges: OER now and then…
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  • Open…?
  • Open Source…
  • Open…
  • Open Educational Resources…
  • Open Educational Resources…
  • So, why doesn’t it work in Education?
    • Barriers
      • “ not invented here”
      • “ Education is something special!”
      • “ I have no time”
      • Googling might not be enough
      • Complex tools
      • Curriculum integration
      • Insecurities
    • Potentials & needs
      • Education budget
      • Focus on new stuff
      • Cooperation and synergies
      • Skills in the use of ICT and tools
      • Enormous resource pools
  • Experiences from our Case Study: How much have you…
  • Experiences from our Case Study: Would you…
  • Experiences from our Case Study: International concerns…
  • Experiences from our Case Study: International concerns of re-use
  • Conclusion: The Key Factors
    • Experiences
      • Willingness but something is missing
      • Still some key factors to be improved
    • Key Challenges
      • Global collaboration
      • (Cultural) Awareness and Competencies
      • Business Models
      • Tools and services
      • Trust and quality
  • Challenge 1: Global Collaboration
    • Currently, only English contents are re-used widely
    • But: The Finnish educational system has a high reputation
    • Challenges
      • Exporting Finnish education and materials
      • Building adaptation models and methods
  • Challenge 2: Cultural Awareness
    • Culturally diverse materials should be developed and used
    • Awareness is a key issue to international success
    • Challenges
      • Creating cultural awareness in global settings
      • Identifying cultural aspects (and potential conflicts / adaptation needs)
  • Challenge 3: Business Models
    • Only high-quality content can be sold, decent quality content is available for any given topic
    • Challenges
      • Creating services around OER
        • OER brokerage and adaptation
        • Facilitation
        • Accreditation and recognition
  • Challenge 4: Tools and Services
    • Tools for adaptation are necessary
      • Editing and improvement
      • Translation and adaptation
      • Search and (re-)publication
    • Challenges
      • Creating tools for a wide audience (wiki-alike?)
      • Creating open services for automated user support
      • Collaboration support (online editing, group awareness, …)
  • Challenge 5: Trust and Quality
    • Users do not trust OER because of a lack of (perceived, contextual) quality
    • Ex-ante QA is not possible
    • Challenges
      • Creating trust-based quality mechanisms
      • Creating trusted networks
      • Recommender systems as quality instruments
      • User-assured quality
  • Summary
    • OER as a promising concept for education
    • Current acceptance still low
    • New research and business opportunities, in particular for Finnish actors
    • Lets try it 
  • Contact us… Prof. Dr. Jan M. Pawlowski GLIS on the web… NORDLET
  • Resources
    • ICOPER:
    • COSMOS:
    • OpenScout:
    • ASPECT:
    • GLOBE: