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REPORT of "Open collaboration in adult education" session


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International conferecne "Open Professional Collaboration" B3 session report.
Rapporteur – Daiva Malinauskienė, Soros International House

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REPORT of "Open collaboration in adult education" session

  1. 1. International conference "Open professional collaboration" B3 session “Open collaboration in adult education” (EPALE Adult learning portal) REPORT Rapporteur – Daiva Malinauskienė, Soros International House November 5, 2015 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. About B3 • Number and profile of the speakers - 5: 3 from LT, 1- DE(online), 1- AU. They are representatives of universities, adult education institutions and creative industries • Number of the participants - 14 • Profile of the participants – teachers, students, adult educators November 5, 2015 2
  3. 3. Topics of the presentations made • OERup! – OER uptake in adult education (via video conference). Petra Newrly, GE • Open collaboration in curriclum designing – opportunities and risks for adult educators. Nina Reter AU • Epale Adult Learning Platform for Open Collaboration. Elena Trepulė, LT • Teaching migrants. Online platforms: teacher and learner supporting tools. Daiva Malinauskienė, LT • Relevance of Independent Learning Skills in E-Learning. Rasa Pocevičienė, Sigita Turskienė, LT November 5, 2015 3
  4. 4. Question we had to answer What could foster creation, use and opening of OER in adult education? November 5, 2015 4
  5. 5. Conclusions /Summary • Advantages of OER: – Use of new technologies – very convenient for adult learners, big help for teachers , if they have good ICT skills. – No limitation in time, place – good for working/ busy people A need to create a culture for sharing – OER culture: • Beating the fear of peer criticism • Ensuring QA • Lack of skills to create and use OER – need for training • Credit system for assesment of time invested in creating online materials • Need for good examples and practices • Acquisition of self-directed learning skills November 5, 2015 5
  6. 6. Learning gives creativity, Creativity leads to thinking, Thinking provides knowledge, Knowledge makes you great. Abdul Kalam Good luck to all of you  November 5, 2015 6