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  • The National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) works with a diverse community of liberal arts colleges and universities. This national network is focused on developing a deep understanding of the undergraduate student experience, the impact of the broader technological environment on teaching and learning, and the future of liberal education.
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    1. 1. 1. Open education intro2. Our research: survey3. ““ : selected cases4. Future directions
    2. 2. Communitiesof practiceResearchJoint projectsOutreach
    3. 3.  Network platform: events f2f/online Partnerships Translation
    4. 4. “Open education is about sharing,reducing barriers and increasingaccess in education. It includes freeand open access to platforms, toolsand resources in education (such aslearning materials, course materials,videos of lectures, assessment tools,research, study groups, textbooks,etc.)…”
    5. 5. “…Open education seeks to create aworld in which the desire to learn isfully met by the opportunity to doso, where everyone, everywhere is ableto access affordable, educationally andculturally appropriate opportunities togain whatever knowledge or trainingthey desire.” “About Open Education,” Open Education Week, February 2012, http://www.openeducationweek.org/about-open- education/.
    6. 6. http://librivox.org/moon-and-sixpence-by-w-somerset-maugham/
    7. 7. educational resources (OER)Courseware (OCW)Courses (MOOC)teaching
    8. 8. learning tools (Moodle)Assessment (badges)access scholarly communicationlearnersuniversities
    9. 9. Cost and flexibilityImproving content, learningOutreach and visibilityParticipate in innovation
    10. 10.  Early adopter phase Ex: OA - Trinity, Oberlin, Bucknell, Hope Why not mainstream? › Awareness › Less cost pressure › Wrong scale
    11. 11. “We are in baby steps.” NITLE Network queried 32 campus leaders › Chief Information Officers › Academic computing leaders › Library directors › IT managers
    12. 12. Why is your institution not pursuingopen education at this time? My institution lacks awareness of open education My institution does not see open education as being in its strategic interest Open education is best pursued at the faculty level, not the institution-level
    13. 13. Pain points Usage  AwarenessProduction  Quality IP concerns concerns Sustainability  Inertia Faculty time  Specific OER  Etextbooks
    14. 14. Strategic rationaleMultiple campus populationsUpper-level institutional supportAwareness
    15. 15. Rewards and incentivesPilotsExperiment pedagogicallyExplore sustainability models
    16. 16. NITLE http://nitle.org Bryan on Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BryanAlexander

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