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Paradoxes in standardisation of technologies for Learning, Education and Training - a frustration paper presented at ICCE 2013, Bali, Indonesia on November 21st

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  • reflective inquiry
    triggering events for reflective inquiry are the dilemmas, disagreements, and conflicts professionals experience in taking action
  • the threat of fragmentation of solutions due to “an excessive proliferation of specifications and SSOs (..) undermining the very value of standards and the markets that they serve” (Cargill & Bolin, 2007).
  • Icce2013 hoel short_paper

    1. 1. Paradoxes in LET standardisation – towards Tore Hoel Oslo an improved process and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences Oslo, Norway ICCE 2013, Bali, Indonesia
    2. 2. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
    3. 3. A reflective practitioner (Schön 1983) (Schön 1983)
    4. 4. Paradoxes
    5. 5. 1 Open consensus process …
    6. 6. … should be closed?!
    7. 7. 2 Openness may harm the business of formal standardisation Openness may harm the business of formal standardisation
    8. 8. 2 No market for standards…
    9. 9. … but the business of standardisation is to sell documents experts contribute for free
    10. 10. 3 Commercial market should lead standardisation… Commercial market should lead standardisation…
    11. 11. …but Industry sees no need to engage
    12. 12. Timing of standards Sherif 2001
    13. 13. The standardisation process Factors in the standards development setting Idea Factors in the implementation setting Specification Standards (maintenance) process Implement -ation Implementation process Egyedi 2008
    14. 14. Case studies • Closing down of a European prestandardisation workshop • Searching for stakeholders in a standardisation mirror committee • e-Textbook standardisation – race for global leadership
    15. 15. Standardisation a «failing paradigm»? Cargill & Bolin 2007
    16. 16. Shooting ourselves in the foot?
    17. 17. Scoping of work
    18. 18. Stakeholder engagement
    19. 19. Too closed & too bureaucratic process
    20. 20. How to fix it?
    21. 21. Engagement of the market • Market for learning technologies should be better understood • Complex, mixed & separated • Educational Authorities (national & regional) should step up their responsibility
    22. 22. Standards development and implementation are intertwined…
    23. 23. … standard bodies should therefore shift their focus to also include implementation concerns
    24. 24. Questions? tore.hoel@hioa.no @tore @tore @tore @tore @tore

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