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Presentation at the EDEN 2014 conference. Open learning with an open culture of sharing
-success factors. The theme of the confernce was From Education to Employment and Meaningful Worl with ICT

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  1. 1. Open learning with an open culture of sharing -success factors EBBA OSSIANNILSSON, PHD, LUND UNIVERSITY, EDEN FELLOW 2014
  2. 2. Ebba Ossiannilsson, PhD Lund University
  3. 3. Ossiannilsson (2012) Benchmarking (e)-learning in higher education, Doctoral dissertation, Oulu University, Finland Ossiannilsson2014 Rhizome
  4. 4. Commissioner Vassiliou (2) express it as: The education landscape is changing dramatically, from school to university and beyond: open technology-based education will soon be a 'must have', not just a 'good-to- have', for all ages. We need to do more to ensure that young people especially are equipped with the digital skills they need for their future. It's not enough to understand how to use an app or program; we need youngsters who can create their own programs. Opening up Education is about opening minds to new learning methods so that our people are more employable, creative, innovative and entrepreneurial
  5. 5. Creating opportunities for organisations, teachers and learners to innovate Increased use of Open Educational Resources (OER), ensuring that educational materials produced with public funding are available to all Better ICT infrastructure and connectivity in schools (EC 2013)
  6. 6. review their organisational strategies exploit the potential of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) stimulate innovative learning practices such as blended learning equip teachers with high digital skills and digital competences equip learners with digital skills and digital competences think about how to validate and recognise learner’s achievements in online education make high quality Open Education Resources (OER) visible and accessible
  7. 7. What does EC mean with Opening up education? Opening up education means bringing the digital revolution into education. Digital technologies allow all individuals to learn, anywhere, anytime, through any device, with the support of anyone Ossiannilsson2014
  8. 8. Main message Xavier Prats-Monne of the EC “What can MOOCs do?” is not relevant any longer; rather, we have to ask "What should MOOCs do?” Will affect higher education and that the traditional educational map must be redrawn with other structures, colors, models, pedagogy, organization, management Ossiannilsson2014 GLOCALISATION
  9. 9. 50 shades of openness- How open is open? © Copyright Public domainCreativeCommons Ossiannilsson2014
  10. 10. Learning design Ossiannilsson2014
  11. 11. 21 century skills Ossiannilsson2014 Digital literacy across the curricula (Hauge & Payton 2010 p 19
  12. 12. Blooms digital taxonomy
  13. 13. Massive target group Mixing groups Learning across contexts Support self-organization Declare whats in it Peer to peer pedagogy MOOCs support choice based learning MOOC.EFQUEL.ORG MOOC Quality Project: Ossiannilsson2014
  14. 14. Openess to learners Digital openness Learner centred Independent learning Media supported learning Quality focus Spectrum of diversity OpenupEd labelOssiannilsson2014
  15. 15. Mobile learning and Ubiquitous learning Learning is about people NOT technology by Stephanie Lowman Ossiannilsson2014
  16. 16. … that mobile learning expands the rich and equity of education, facilitates personalized learning, enable the power of anytime, anywhere learning and provides the productive use of time spent in classrooms. Furthermore, UNESCOs guidelines emphasizes that mobile learning build new communities of learners, support seamless learning, bridge formal and informal learning, minimizes educational disruption in conflict and disaster areas, assist learners with disabilities, a maximize cost-efficiencies, and improve communication and administration (UNESCO 2013).
  17. 17. …learning /institutional context, learning resources and learning processes. Success dimensions, can also be outlined as referring to course design, learning design, media design, and content Curriculum/learning and teaching/assessement A Question of Rethinking
  18. 18. Learner initiated Externally set Learning contextGuided Learninggoals § Self- guided Networked knowledge Distributed knowledge Fit for success My career path Universities play a key role: → As professional training providers → As educational content providers Universities play a key role: → As educational content providers → For certification and accreditation A global open research arena enables anybody to engage in research Universities play a key role: → as research hubs Guided discovery Self-guided discovery Guided journey Self-guided journey MOOCs MOOCs
  19. 19. Learner autonomy - learning my way Small and short - bite-sized learning Continuous - a steady flow of learning On demand - when I want/need it Social - community of interest Anywhere, anytime, any device (Hart 2014)
  20. 20. Beyond the MOOCs… • What key policy issues does openness pose for institutions? • Do institutional quality practices need to change? • Will openness change the spending priorities of institutions? Ossiannilsson2014
  21. 21. How can we support more autonomy in learning? How can we enable shorter learning experiences? How can we encourage ongoing learning? How can we support learning at the point of need? How can we balance the need for authoritative content and knowledge sharing? How can we encourage anywhere learning?
  22. 22. RHIZOME
  23. 23. Ossiannilsson2014 Mobility Collaboration Openness Personalization Quality
  24. 24. Ossiannilsson2014
  25. 25. Caring is sharing, sharing is caring • Footprints • • • FB:Ebba Ossiannilsson • T:@EbbaOssian • Phone: +4670995448 • S: EbbaOssiann Ossiannilsson2014