1. Improving Trust in OEP – Towards Knowledge andResource Exchange Across Borders Jan M. Pawlowski 28.11.2012
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3. Jyvä skylä , Finland Source: [http://www.jyu.fi/, http://www.jyvaskyla.fi/]
4. Global Information Systems at the University of Jyvä skyläFocus areas Projects Global Information Systems OpenDiscoverySpace: Open Supporting globally distributed Content and Scenarios for Schools workgroups OpenScout: OER for Management Open Educational Resources TELMAP: Technology Forecasting Reference Modeling NORDLET: Nordic Baltic Network for Learning, Education and TrainingE-Learning COSMOS: Open Science Supporting international Resources: Exchange of Scientific education settings Content Cultural adaptation ASPECT: Open Content and Standardization & Quality standards for schools Management iCOPER: New standards for Mobile & Ambient Learning educational technologies Innovative tools and solutions
5. Key QuestionHow to exploit the enormous potentials ofOpen Educational Resources?How to improve the re-use and sharingprocess?
6. Experiences from our Case Study: Sharing of materials made by others Whose Materials would you use? 100,00 % 80,00 % 60,00 % Finnish Teachers 40,00 % European Teachers 20,00 % 0,00 % Colleagues at Colleagues from Colleagues from Colleagues from the same school the same elsewhere in my outside my geographical country country areaClements, K., Pawlowski, J.M. (2012): User-oriented quality for OER: Understandingteachers views on re-use, quality and trust, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning,2012.
7. Sharing: Who would you give your materials to? Who would you give your materials to?100,00 % 90,00 % 80,00 % 70,00 % 60,00 % Finnish Teachers 50,00 % 40,00 % European Teachers 30,00 % 20,00 % 10,00 % 0,00 % Colleagues Colleagues Colleagues Colleagues None of the at the same from the from from outside above school same elsewhere in my country geographical my country areaClements, K., Pawlowski, J.M. (2012): User-oriented quality for OER: Understandingteachers views on re-use, quality and trust, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning,2012.
8. But…Overall, the willingness to sharematerials with other teachers ishighWillingness to share acrossEurope countries is high, thecontext seems positiveBut: It still does not work…
9. I Trust Resources...if the resource has a full metadata attached to it can be integrated in my Learning Management Systems / my web page from an organization which has a Quality Certificate (e.g., ISO 9000) from an organization with a good reputation (e.g., CERN, Harvard, Nasa) which have received good rankings which have been used very oftenhave been reviewed by colleagues / scientists in the field if I’ve seen a preview of the resource if the resource is in my own language only if I have reviewed them myself 0 % 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % % % % % % % % % %
10. The solution? Preparing a new course – finding appropriateFinding resources! materials for re-use Usefulness? Quality? Rights?
11. The solution? Preparing a new course – finding appropriateFinding people! materials for re-use Trustworthiness?
12. Usefulness: ParametersContent People Topic Proximity Context – Geographical Type Didactical setting + – Cultural – Personal Quality… Trustworthiness – Experiences – Recommendations –…
13. Collaboration network construction Efficient network organization is the First degree key to success trusted network Tools are needed to Topic / Context facilitate the A process Open Issues: – Factors? Topic / Context B – Organization? – The right network? Second degree trusted network
14. Building collaboration networksBuilding networks of colleagues – By topic – By trust – By proximityManually…or automatically…Using collaboration networks – Social networks – International communitiesCollaboration competency as the key successfactor for future teaching!
15. Next stepsRe-Use and Educational Collaboration will notwork based on simple search mechanismsOrganize networks based on trust and interestRefine friend-mechanisms in social networks(interest and trust circles)Start sharing and re-using in trusted networks,then start to broaden your communityResearch challenges – How to facilitate trust building – How to create intercultural, trusted relationships in culturally diverse environments – How to outreach from the initial circles?
16. Starting QuestionsWith whom have you shared / re-used /collaborated?Would you use social network functionsallowing trusted sharing?What other relationships do you considerimportant?
17. Contact us…Prof. Dr. Jan M. Pawlowskijan.email@example.comGLIS on the web…http://users.jyu.fi/~japawloweTextbooks Europe OpenScouthttp://www.etextbookseurope.eu/ http://www.openscout.net