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    • OER and associated practices – opportunities and challenges
      Gráinne Conole,
      The Open University, UK
      g.c.conole@open.ac.uk
      OPAL research panel
      Paris, 8-9th November 2010
    • Purpose
      20 international experts to discuss a roadmap and guidelines on the question how to make OER first rate choices in educational organizations and surrounding issues.
    • Open Educational Resources (OER)
      Basic definition
      The open provision of educational resources, enabled by information and communication technologies, for consultation, use and adaptation by a community of users for non-commercial purposes (UNESCO 2002)
      Broader definition
      Learning resources
      Courseware, content modules, learning objects, learner support & assessment tools, online learning communities
      Resources to support teachers
      Tools for teachers and support materials to enable them to create, adapt and use OER; training materials for teachers
      Resources to assure the quality of education and educational practices (UNESCO 2004)
    • cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2209Twitter: OPAL10
    • OER - a vision of transformation
      Beyond content – focus on activity and use
      Learners as self-directed and autonomous
      More of a focus on sharing, refinement, iteration, critical reflection
      OER as a potential catalyst to transforming educational practice
      Improvements in social inclusion, quality and innovation
    • From resources to practices
    • The OPAL vision
      7
      Focus on the practice around OER rather than the resources
      Better understanding will lead to improvements in the quality of OER and more innovation
      Open Educational Resource Practice
      OEP constitute the range of practices around the creation, use and management of OER with the intent to improve quality and innovate education.
    • Abstracting dimensions of Practice
      Open Educational Practices (OEP)
      Practices around the creation, use and management of Open Educational Resources
      Approach
      60+ case studies of OER collected
      Dimensions of OEP derived
      Online consultation process
      http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2105
    • Open Educational Practice Dimensions
      Strategies and policies
      Quality Assurance models
      Partnership models
      Business models/sustainability strategies
      Barriers and success factors
      Tools and tool practices
      Skills development and support
      Innovations
      Strategies and policies
      Quality Assurance models
      Partnership models
      Business models/sustainability strategies
      Barriers and success factors
      Tools and tool practices
      Skills development and support
      Innovations
      Strategies and polices
      Barriers and success factors
      Tools and tool practices
      Skills development and support
    • The OEP cube model
      THE DIMENSION: What?
      Strategies and Policies
      Barriers and Success Factors
      Tools and Tool Practices
      Skills Development and Support
      THE CONTEXT: Where?
      Macro level (society)
      Meso level (organisation)
      Micro level (individuals)
      MATURITY: How well is it established?
      Initial (not yet started)
      Managed
      Defined
      Optimizing (embedded / advanced)
      CONTEXT
      MATURITY
      DIMENSION
      10
    • Refining the dimension
      11
      QA models
      Partnership Models
      Strategies & Policies
      Business Models
      CONTEXT
      Sustainability Strategies
      Barriers
      Barriers and Success Factors
      Success Factors
      MATURITY
      Tools
      DIMENSION
      Tools & tool practices
      Tool Practices
      12 skills of evolving digital literacy
      Henry Jenkins
      CYBERLEARNING REPORT
      Digital Literacy
      Skills Development & Support
      Support structures and processes
    • Maturity View
      INITIAL (not yet started): Process unpredictable, poorly controlled and reactive
      MANAGED: Process characterized for projects and is often reactive.
      DEFINED: Process characterized for the organisation and is proactive (Projects tailor their process from the organisation’s standard)
      OPTIMIZING (embedded / advanced): Process is measured and controlled, the focus on process improvement
      12
      CONTEXT
      MATURITY
      DIMENSION
    • Maturity model
      13
      1AX
      1BX
      1AX
      1BX
      1BX
      1BX
      1AY
      1BX
      Levels
      1BY
      1BX
      1BY
      3AX
      Macro-level: Societal
      Meso-level: Organisation
      Micro-level: Individual
      2AX
      1BY
      3BX
      2BX
      3CX
      2AX
      2BX
      3DX
      2BX
      2BX
      2AY
      2BX
      2BY
      2BX
      2BY
      2AX
      3AX
      2BY
      2BX
      3BX
      2CX
      3AX
      3BX
      2DX
      3BX
      3BX
      3AY
      3BX
      3BY
      3BX
      3BY
      1AX
      Strategies & policies
      Barriers & successfactors
      Tools & toolpractices
      SkillsDev &Support
      3BY
      1BX
      1CX
      1DX
      Level of maturity
      Dimensions
      OER embedded in strategy
      Institutional OER repository
      Adapted from diagram by T. Koskinen
    • Uses and benefits
      Three uses
      Benchmarking
      Guidance
      Reflection and comparison
      Benefits
      Guides users in understanding how to think about the key issues.
      Flexible enough to cover the multiple stakeholders
      Sub-cubes provide practical illustrative examples
      Useful as a mechanism for institutions to self-benchmark
      14
    • Mapping the case studies
      15
    • Question 1
      Whatopportunities do OER offerfromyourperspective?
    • Question 2
      What do youthink are thekeychallengestoachievingthisvision?
    • Question 3
      4 dimensionsof OEP (strategyandpolicy, barriersandsuccessfactors, toolsandtoolpractice, staff development/support)
      What are yourviewsonthese?
      Isthereanythingelseweshouldinclude?
    • Question 4
      Whatkindofguidelinesderivedfromthesedimensionsof OEP would be usefulforthoseinvolved in creating, usingandmanaging OER?
    • BreakoutGroups–Room XV
      Ulf Ehlers
      TomWambecke
      Tim Unwin
      Ricarda Reimer
      Dirk Schneckenberg
      Maruja Guttierez-Dias (Tuesday)
      Thomas Richter
      Jan Pawlowski
      Diego Leal
    • BreakoutGroups–Room 36 level 13
      Chris Pegler
      David Storti
      IndrajitBanerjee
      ZeynepVaroglou
      Andy Lane
      VilleVenäläinen
      Jose Luis Ramos
      Julia Minguillion Alfonso
      Steve Ryan
    • BreakoutGroups–Room19 level 6
      Anna-KaarinaKairamo
      GoncaloSilva
      Abel Caine
      Susan D’Antoni
      Hans Põldoja
      Eta De Cicco
      SebSchmoller