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“Small” languages –big achievements: communities engaged in Open Educational Practice

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Presentation at LangOER conference, September 26-27 2016, Brussels.

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“Small” languages –big achievements: communities engaged in Open Educational Practice

  1. 1. This project was financed with the support of the European Commission. This publication is the sole responsibility of the author and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. “Small” languages –big achievements: communities engaged in Open Educational Practice Katerina Zourou, Web2Learn, Greece LangOER conference, September 26-27, Brussels.
  2. 2. Small languages- achievements in the Open => Teacher engagement; re-use; localisation
  3. 3. Small languages- achievements in the Open (2) => Emphasis on practices; hands-on approach for educators
  4. 4. Small languages- achievements in the Open => Community building; bottom-up, socially-sustained OER A user profile at KlasCement- social network based and gamified
  5. 5. In OEP, how far have we been with… -content remix? -user engagement? Food for thought:
  6. 6. http://www.ted.com/talks/kirby_ferguson_embrace_the_remix?language=en What is an original? What is a remix?
  7. 7. Alek Tarkowski at webinar "Moving towards Open Educational Practices“, April 21, 2015 https://eu42.spreed.com/c/740774990/spreed/100/recorder?recording=1#ok Remix
  8. 8. Remix (2) How « open » are we with content remix? What kind of « mix » of resources (incl.non-OER) are we open to embrace?
  9. 9. Greek OER aggregator Searches among OER and user-generated content (UGC) Remix (3)
  10. 10. https://www.ted.com/participate/translate Community
  11. 11. “Engagement of individuals who voluntarily offer their knowledge to a knowledge seeker (an organisation, a company, etc. Howe (2006). Howe, J. (2006). "The Rise of Crowdsourcing". Wired, 14 (6.) Community (2)
  12. 12. http://amara.org/
  13. 13. Community location Physical?
  14. 14. 15 Online? Community location
  15. 15. 16 A user profile on Stack Exchange Community location
  16. 16. Blended? Community location
  17. 17. Community location
  18. 18. • Loosing sight of the big picture? =>How to valorize edu practice using OER and non-OER without downplaying the value of licensed materials? – Does the legal framework of OER inhibit users from taking bottom-up action? When is best time to introduce it? • Should we approach OER as work in progress and not polished content off the shelf? • Should we reconsider the role of communities in OER uptake? • Shouldn’t we we embrace new spaces and modes of connectivity? Few ideas to discuss?
  19. 19. Thank you! #langOER @web2learn_eu

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