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Innlegg på BRICKS workshop (www.brickscommunity.org) Oslo 28 June 2007

Innlegg på BRICKS workshop (www.brickscommunity.org) Oslo 28 June 2007

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    • Deputy Director General Øystein Johannessen Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research BRICKS Workshop Oslo 28062007 Our Digital Memory: National Policy Issues
    • The Digital Memory: Topics
      • Perspectives on the Digital Memory
      • Curriculum reform 2006
      • Our Common Memory: The Digital Commons
      • Memory for the Future: Current developments and issues
    • Perspectives on the Digital Memory
      • The Digital Memory is not only about preserving and creating access to our common digital memory. Need for two perspectives:
        • Our Digital Memory of the Past ->Cultural Heritage
        • Creating a Digital Memory for the Future
      • Development of Digital Memory requires mission-critical facilitation
    • Curriculum Reform 2006 Primary and Secondary Education: Basic skills
      • 5 Basic skills to be integrated in all subject matters at all levels
      • The ability to express oneself orally
      • The ability to read
      • The ability to do mathematics
      • The ability to express oneself in writing
      • The ability to use digital tools
        • Digital sources of knowledge
        • Apply digital tools (simulations, presentation software)
        • Netiquette and critical thinking
        • Presentation
        • Multimedia presentation and production
    • Digital Commons
      • The Digital Commons should be as large as possible and contain information and material of high quality . The Commons puts the needs of the user at the centre of attention. Digital re-use for non-commercial purposes should be possible, and the use should be free of charge .
      • (White Paper on ICT Policy, 2006-2007)
    • The Digital Commons: Digital Content for All
      • Learning resources
        • Free traditional and digital learning resources in upper secondary education
        • Dedicated investments in digital learning resources for upper secondary education
      • Cultural heritage
        • Access to digitised material from public broadcasting
        • Digitisation efforts in archives, museums and libraries
      • Digital maps
    • OECD-Study on New Millenium Learners
    • Digital Memory for the Future
      • Emerging technologies (Web 2.0, social software) and increasing use of portfolios etc highlights the need for a Digital Memory for the Future.
      • Important overarching issues
        • Universal Design
        • Open Standards
        • Storage and security
        • Metadata
        • Interoperability
        • IPR