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What we talk about when we talk about open ...

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Based on Raymond Carver's story "What we talk about when we talk about love", where we often talk about anything but love, the short presentation was used to stimulate discussion at workshop. It was part of #RIPFOOL The OU Open Online Courses Special Interest Group on the 31st of March 2017

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What we talk about when we talk about open ...

  1. 1. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland What we talk about when we talk about open … Ronald Macintyre @roughbounds Cite as: Macintyre R. (2017) “What we talk about when we talk about open”, CC BY NC SA 4.0
  2. 2. 2 Opening Educational Practices in Scotland Session(s) Structure Some of the things we talk about Some of the things we rarely talk about Some of the things we ought to talk about
  3. 3. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland Some of the things we talk about We often talk about Open Licences Technology [barrier and enabler] Learning Design/Frameworks Opening up Content We also talk about Platforms, repositories Meta data, Granularity, interoperability Marketing/Brand “”
  4. 4. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland Some of the things are starting to talk about Knowledge and Power Widening Participation What we actually know about Open and Distance Learning Voices and knowledge from outside the academy “”
  5. 5. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland What we ought to be talking about . “” Hands Up, CC0 Public Domain, Free for commercial use, no attribution required https://pixabay.com/en/hands-hand-raised- hands-raised-220163/
  6. 6. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland What would open look like as a discourse “”
  7. 7. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland If openness could/should be two way … Reflecting on curriculum design, production and critically learners, consider the implications for our systems and our own practice Think about What do you have the power/ capacity to do? What would you like the power/capacity to do? What do you need (resources/ skills/ recognition) to be able to do this? “”
  8. 8. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland Acknowledgements Laura Hills, Pete Cannell, Ove Christensen, Raymond Carver

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