Open education trends and developments

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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
    Creating a network of PhD researchers and their supervisors
    Services: shared supervision; courses; annual seminar; access to scholarships; dissemination of research results
    PhD researchers: full-time and part-time; individual and programmed; in different stages.
    http://portal.ou.nl/en/web/go-gn
  • Open education trends and developments

    1. 1. Open Education: Global Trends and Developments Robert Schuwer
    2. 2. Agenda • UNESCO chairs on OER • What is Open Education? • What is happening in the world? Pagina 2
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. 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
    5. 5. GO-GN Network • Global OER Graduate Network • PhD researchers and their supervisors • Services • http://portal.ou.nl/en/web/go-gn Pagina 5
    6. 6. WHAT IS OPEN EDUCATION? Pagina 13 http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnspooner/2973385919/
    7. 7. What is education? • More than just resources • More than canned lectures Pagina 14 http://www.flickr.com/photos/ikkoskinen/309087067/
    8. 8. 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
    9. 9. 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
    10. 10. 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
    11. 11. 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
    12. 12. 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
    13. 13. xMOOC Week 1 Week 2 … Week n n = 5 - 10 http://www.flickr.com/photos/gadgetdude/804190044/sizes/l/ Exam
    14. 14. xMOOC, een week Video 1 Video 2 … Video m Homework 8 – 15 minutes Feedback
    15. 15. xMOOC, one week Video 1 Video 2 … Video m Huiswerk Feedback Take Question Take Question
    16. 16. 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/
    17. 17. Why Open Education? Pagina 24 http://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/6793826885/sizes/l/
    18. 18. WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE WORLD? http://www.flickr.com/photos/beckendorf/1444295607
    19. 19. National policies Pagina 26
    20. 20. Organisations Pagina 27
    21. 21. MOOC suppliers (oktober 2013) Pagina 28 Bron: http://a.tiles.mapbox.com/v3/uvanianaidoo1.map-b815u9pe/page.html#3/16.05/5.10
    22. 22. MOOC participants Pagina 29 Source: http://bit.ly/1bfu6FZ
    23. 23. MOOC participation worldwide Pagina 30 Source: http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/globalhighered/mapping-courseras-global-footprint
    24. 24. OER: no regret for government • Threefold responsibility for government regarding education – Accessible – Quality – Efficiency • In a sustainable manner Pagina 31
    25. 25. OER: iron triangle Starting situation Pagina 32 Source: Fred Mulder Increased efficiency OER situation
    26. 26. FINALLY Ceterum censeo materia facta tributo oblatum esse gratuito Pagina 33 http://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/ CC BY-SA
    27. 27. Thank you! www.robertschuwer.nl Robert.Schuwer@ou.nl @fagottissimo linkedin.com/in/robertschuwer Pagina 34

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