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Presentation Edmundo Tovar for the Open Education workshop at the #ocwcglobal conference in Ljubljana

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  • Getting started with Open Education: Everything you need to know to begin open education projects at your institution Getting practical support for OE projects at your institution Edmundo Tovar edmundo.tovar@upm.es OpenCourseWare in the European HE context opencourseware.eu with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union 1 LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA 23 - 25 April 2014
  • • Participants are asked to identify the most important issues in relation to starting with or continuing with OE projects at their institutions • Make a list of allies, advocates at their university that can form a group to advance Open Education: staff, faculty, administrators Objectives
  • Page 3 Open Education in Wikipedia “Open education is a collective term that refers to educational organizations that seek to eliminate barriers to entry. Such institutions, for example, would not have academic admission requirements. Such programs are commonly distance learning programs like e-learning, mooc and opencourseware, but not necessarily.” 3 • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013 View slide
  • Page 45 OER is NOT Open Education more components are required … • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013 View slide
  • Page 5 Open Education (Supply) Open Education OER OLS OTE 6 • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • Page 6 Open Learning Services (OLS) Complementary to OER, free or to be paid, and including a variety of online and virtual facilities for: tutoring, advice, meetings, communities, teamwork, presentations, testing, examination, consulting sources, internet navigation, etcetera … 7 • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • Page 7 Open Teaching Efforts (OTE) Complementary to OER and OLS, to be paid for, referring to the human contribution to the education provided, the efforts of teachers, instructors, trainers, developers, and support staff in their various roles, in a professional, open, and flexible learning environment and culture. 8 • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • Page 89 Open Education is NOT Supply side only should also include Demand side … • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • Page 9 Open Education (plus Demand) Open Education OER OLS OTE 10 OLN OEC Open to Employability & Capabilities development Open to Learners’ Needs Open Learning Services Open Teaching Efforts • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • Page 10 Open to Learners’ Needs (OLN) Learners expect affordable, ‘do-able’, good quality, interesting, beneficial education, but also the ‘classical’ openness (OUs): freedom of time / pace / place, open entry, open programming, and provisions for lifelong learning, credentialing, smooth switching between formal and informal learning, etcetera … 11 • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • Page 11 Open to Employability & Capabilities development (OEC) ‘Society’ expects education to suit the changing society and labour market, the decisive role of knowledge and innovation, and the influence of globalization, but also to offer scope for new skills, critical thinking, ethics, creativity, personal growth, and citizenship. 12 • Fred Mulder UNESCO Chair in OER at OUNL • (former Rector OUNL 2000 – 2010) • OCWC Global 2013 • 8-10 May 2013
  • • Which is your list? (allies, advocates at their university that can form a group to advance Open Education) • staff, faculty, administrators, students? Objectives
  • Thanks Partners • Delft University of Technology • Universidad Politécnica Madrid • Universitat de Barcelona • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven • Université de Lyon, VetAgro Sup • OpenCourseWare Consortium • Creative Commons opencourseware.eu with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union 13 www.opencourseware.eu