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Presentation at the workshop Opening up education from TECY (Technology Education Culture Youth) in Paris, 20-12-2013

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  • Global OER Graduate Network <br /> Creating a network of PhD researchers and their supervisors <br /> Services: shared supervision; courses; annual seminar; access to scholarships; dissemination of research results <br /> PhD researchers: full-time and part-time; individual and programmed; in different stages. <br /> http://portal.ou.nl/en/web/go-gn <br />

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  • Open Education: Global Trends and Developments Robert Schuwer
  • Agenda • UNESCO chairs on OER • What is Open Education? • What is happening in the world? Pagina 2
  • UNESCO Chair on OER • Fred Mulder (at the Open Universiteit in the Netherlands) • Rory McGreal (also COL Chair, at Athabasca University, Canada) • Wayne Macintosh (also COL Chair, at Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand) • Tel Amiel (at State University of Campinas / UNICAMP, Brazil) Pagina 3
  • Plan of Action • Main Action lines – Global OER Graduate Network (GO-GN) – OER Knowledge Cloud – OER university – K-12 • Cross cutting activities – Mapping – Capacity development – Non-English language – Expansion of number of chairs – OpenUpEd MOOCS global Pagina 4
  • GO-GN Network • Global OER Graduate Network • PhD researchers and their supervisors • Services • http://portal.ou.nl/en/web/go-gn Pagina 5
  • WHAT IS OPEN EDUCATION? Pagina 13 http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnspooner/2973385919/
  • What is education? • More than just resources • More than canned lectures Pagina 14 http://www.flickr.com/photos/ikkoskinen/309087067/
  • The 5COE model of Open Education Mulder & Janssen Educational resources Learner needs Employability & Capabilities Development Demand Open Education Services Supply Teaching efforts Pagina 15 Source: http://www.surf.nl/en/publicaties/Pages/TrendReportOER2013.aspx
  • Institutional fingerprint of openness 0% Degree of openness 100% Learning resources Services Teaching efforts Learner needs Empl. & Cap. Developm. Example of institutional profile (all learning resources as OER) Pagina 16
  • Openness and Open Education supply Learning resources •Open in place •Open in time •Open in pace •Open in program •Open admission Open Education “classical” •Freely available •Open for adaptation: •Reuse •Revise •Remix •Redistribute “digital” Not for free per se! Services Teaching effort
  • Open Educational Resources (OER) / Open Courseware (OCW) Learning resources •Open in place •Open in time •Open in pace •Open in program •Open admission •Freely available •Open for adaptation: •Reuse •Revise •Remix •Redistribute OER/ OCW Services Teaching effort
  • Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Learning resources •Open in place •Open in time •Open in pace •Open in program •Open admission •Freely available •Open for adaptation: •Reuse •Revise •Remix •Redistribute MOOC •Forum •Feedback •Exam •Certificate •Teacher •Tutor Services Teaching effort
  • xMOOC Week 1 Week 2 … Week n n = 5 - 10 http://www.flickr.com/photos/gadgetdude/804190044/sizes/l/ Exam
  • xMOOC, een week Video 1 Video 2 … Video m Homework 8 – 15 minutes Feedback
  • xMOOC, one week Video 1 Video 2 … Video m Huiswerk Feedback Take Question Take Question
  • Why Open Education? Estimates from 2009 predict a worldwide increase in demand for higher education of 98M students in 2025 To realize this, each week four new universities should start in the next 15 years. source: http://www.col.org/resources/speeches/2012presentations/Pages/2012-04-12.aspx Pagina 23 http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/
  • Why Open Education? Pagina 24 http://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/6793826885/sizes/l/
  • WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE WORLD? http://www.flickr.com/photos/beckendorf/1444295607
  • National policies Pagina 26
  • Organisations Pagina 27
  • MOOC suppliers (oktober 2013) Pagina 28 Bron: http://a.tiles.mapbox.com/v3/uvanianaidoo1.map-b815u9pe/page.html#3/16.05/5.10
  • MOOC participants Pagina 29 Source: http://bit.ly/1bfu6FZ
  • MOOC participation worldwide Pagina 30 Source: http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/globalhighered/mapping-courseras-global-footprint
  • OER: no regret for government • Threefold responsibility for government regarding education – Accessible – Quality – Efficiency • In a sustainable manner Pagina 31
  • OER: iron triangle Starting situation Pagina 32 Source: Fred Mulder Increased efficiency OER situation
  • FINALLY Ceterum censeo materia facta tributo oblatum esse gratuito Pagina 33 http://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/ CC BY-SA
  • Thank you! www.robertschuwer.nl Robert.Schuwer@ou.nl @fagottissimo linkedin.com/in/robertschuwer Pagina 34