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    • The key to sustainable and effective open education
      • Education not a commercial enterprise
      • Delicate relationship- mutual trust-parenthood
      • Contract has to be redressed
      • Education system capable of great trust-authority
      • Formal education
      • Understanding of world and society in community
      • Contract between state and education system trust
      • Education system prepares citizens nation needs
      • Role of state pay formal education
      • Sustain a learning society
      • Exploit digital technology
      • Shift to progressive hollistic innovation
      • Main objective address to powerful drivers
      • Role of education leaders
      • Responsibility of strategic approach
      • Reform education to technology-based
      • First time introduce top-down holistic approach
      • Co-ordination of all sectors of education
      • Ideal education primary secondary higher
      • Life long learn work-based home-based formal learning
      • Technology to support learner
      • Needs guide to make transition
      • Top-down impossible by government
      • Responsibility to public sector agencies
      • Exploit top-down
      • Radical reform highly productive
      • Large scale reform risky
      • Funding hardware software and network
      • Local decision makers
      • Local ownership of acquisition
      • Success of top-down government
      • Approach low-risk widespread access
      • No prospect of big technology failure
      • Fragmented and non strategic
      • No radical reform can be achieved
      • Top-down drivers unaffected
      • Radical reform through open education approach
      • Open education supports directly people
      • Practice changed
      • Proper integration technology teachers and lecturers
      • Objectives of teaching
      • Teachers use technology own pedagogical ambition
      • Need to create education leaders
      • Learning organization capable of adaptive learning
      • Collaboration of professional
      • Experiment and build better system
      • Mixture of top-down and bottom-up
      • Knowledge and understanding technology enhanced learning
      • Accelerate faster learning community
      • Rending knowledge explicit and adaptive
      • Reflects – articulates-shares new knowledge
      • Teaching becomes problematized
      • Innovative professional-taking research as models
      • Teachers are rigorously same as research
      • Open teaching new concept
      • Educators freely openly share best-teaching practice
      • Approach helps teaching in community
      • Adopt new challenges in education
      • Exploit technology in the process
      • Importance of open education and open technology
      • Open content
      • Adopt and adapt other’s technology-based innovation
      • Open knowledge capture disseminate pedagogic ideas
      • Hence writing and publishing papers
      • Key to change and progress
      • Use open education to create innovative forces
      • Education leaders can use
      • Digital technology to transform education top-down
      • Bottom- up approach unknown
      • Creates dynamic system and fun
      • Open education
      • Provides education tools and ressources
      • Offer a kind of toy-box for teachers
      • Interest in digital world
      • Technology provides opportunities for individuals
      • To communicate and create or both
      • PowerPoint online games blogs and wikis
      • Experiment of SOURCE
      • Interactive learning products
      • Valuable initiation into thinking new ideas
      • Generic learning design project feasible
      • Learning objects repositories contents ‘assets’
      • Test content
      • Teach community “cultivate” open teaching approach
      • Use of digital technology
      • Build and develop kind of knowledge
      • Collective understanding
      • Kind of pedagogies and learning design
      • Achieve specific learning outcome
      • Customization of generic form
      • Learning design can be generalized
      • Capture pedagogic design
      • Migrate across discipline areas
      • New research project
      • Design for learning capture and disseminate
      • Proven pedagogical innovations
      • Show that lecturers can take control
      • Pedagogic design and development
      • Exchange best ideas
      • Hence building on each other’s work
      • User oriented planner learning activity design
      • Building pedagogical analysis advice and guidance
      • Existing learning activity authoring system
      • Support lectures in designing and building
      • Good interactive learning design (LAMS)
      • Linking to existing learning patterns
      • Learning objects to build on
      • Eliciting on experimental approach
      • Flexible ensures students learning objects
      • Collaborate consult existing materials
      • LAMS capture disseminate lectures proven pedagogic design
      • Good approach to consider 4 conditions
      • Build communitarian approach of teaching
      • Disseminate through LAMS website
      • Project phase- if it works
      • Robust sustainable means to accelerate
      • Large engagement vision of open education and open teaching