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OER perspectives 1 - Brief guidelines on how to share your expert opinion on a suitable policy ONLINE

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OER perspectives 1 - Brief guidelines on how to share your expert opinion on a suitable policy ONLINE
Gard Titlestad

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OER perspectives 1 - Brief guidelines on how to share your expert opinion on a suitable policy ONLINE

  1. 1. Enhancement of cultural & linguistic variety through Open Educational Resources Brief guidelines on how to share your expert opinion on a suitable policy ONLINE
  2. 2. Our team is curious on your feedback in order to… Refine & improve the LangOER recommendations
  3. 3. Our team is curious on your feedback in order to… Refine & improve the LangOER recommendations i.e. to •Focus on recommendations with a broad consensus •Refine recommendation that are unclear in the current wording •Possible skip those with much dissent
  4. 4. http://tinyurl.com/langOERpolicy Using your laptop, tablet or smartphone please visit
  5. 5. Our online space http://tinyurl.com/langOERpolicy Recommendations for your read/download
  6. 6. 3 Levels (EU, governments, institutions) & 3 sections for your comments
  7. 7. Pick the policy level on which you feel confident to share your opinion by following the respective link
  8. 8. • Add "pro" and "con" arguments to the current list of recommendations • Add a new recommendation, you would like to see included. • Vote for the most crucial recommendation(s) In the new page you are invited to:
  9. 9. Supporting a recommendation that you find crucial to support the teaching and learning of and in lesser used / regional & minority languages in Europe and consequently inclusion and quality education for all?
  10. 10. Supporting a recommendation that you find crucial to support the teaching and learning of and in lesser used / regional & minority languages in Europe and consequently inclusion and quality education for all? Type why in the box “Add argument” and click “ “ before saving
  11. 11. Do you disagree with a recommendation or you feel it is not self- explicatory and/or would need to be presented differently to convince and explain how (what should by specified)? Type your con argument and add click “ “ before saving
  12. 12. Do we lack a recommendation? Add a new idea, you would like to see included.
  13. 13. Finally please support the crucial recommendation(s) by clicking on the "Vote" box on the right of the respective line.
  14. 14. Any related readings you recommend to our team? A publications, a blog post etc. Please upload or post URLs by creating a new notepad (pink +).
  15. 15. http://tinyurl.com/langOERpolicy Feel free to share the invitation with your professional network:
  16. 16. Buzz round
  17. 17. Why are OER in lesser used languages important, and why now? What are success factors (1-3) for having rapid increase of quality OER in lesser-used languages? What could stop it?
  18. 18. Which 2 – 3 recommendations suggested do you most important – why? Which measures could be considered to have an effective implementation of your prioritized recommendations? Are there 1 – 2 things we could collaborate on together to support a breakthrough for OER in Europe?

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