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European Distance Learning Week: The context: Open Education in Europe today and tomorrow

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Presentation by Andreia Inamorato Dos Santos, JRC Seville, European Commission for the European Distance Learning Week's third day webinar on "Evolving Open Education: life beyond MOOCs" - 9 November 2016
Recording of the discussion is available here: https://eden-online.adobeconnect.com/p6ax1hqjijs/

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European Distance Learning Week: The context: Open Education in Europe today and tomorrow

  1. 1. Joint Research Centre the European Commission's in-house science service Open Education in Europe today and tomorrow EDEN European Distance Learning Week Andreia Inamorato dos Santos Yves Punie @aisantos @yves999
  2. 2. 2 Open Education is in Europe's Agenda The framework was designed to support higher education institutions in Europe to make strategic decisions on open education. It is a hands-on tool created by the OpenEdu Project as a response to the European Commission's Communication 'Opening up Education: Innovative teaching and learning for all through newTechnologies andOpen Educational Resources'
  3. 3. 3 A mode of realising education, often enabled by digital technologies, aiming to widen access and participation to everyone by removing barriers and making learning accessible, abundant, and customisable for all. It offers multiple ways of teaching and learning, building and sharing knowledge, as well as a variety of access routes to formal and non-formal education, bridging them. What is open education? Source: JRC IPTS Report: Opening up Education: a support framework for higher education institutions. (JRC, 2016 )
  4. 4. OpenCases OpenCred MoocknowledgeOpenSurvey OpenEdu Project OpenEdu Framework 90+ stakeholders consulted 9 case studies 4 case studies 5 countries survey of learners OpenEdu supports the 2013 Communication ' Opening up Education: Innovative Teaching and Learning for all through New Technologies and Open Educational Resources Tool: OpenEdu Framework in-house research Final Report
  5. 5. 5 Important facts from survey results On a survey of 5 countries, 23% of universities claimed to have had financial benefits with OE (e.g. more student reach and enrollment, external fund or small income) 51.4 % of universities argue to use OER and 35.2% to develop and offer OER 42.5% of universities offer MOOCs as part of the instituion's education strategy but the majority (57.5%) do not 32.2% have a policy or mission statement on open education Collaboration in MOOC recognition: 41.4 % national and 3.9% cross-border Source: Castaño-Muñoz, J., Punie, Y., Inamorato dos Santos, A., Mitic, M., Morais, R. (2016) How are higher education institutions dealing with openness? A survey of practices, beliefs and strategies in 5 European countries. JRC, European Commission Countries involved in this representative survey: France, Germany, Poland, Spain and UK
  6. 6. 6 The lack of transparency and strategy makes collaboration opportunities less visible
  7. 7. 7 JRC-IPTS OpenEdu framework on behalf of DG EAC The framework was designed to support higher education institutions in Europe to make strategic decisions on open education. It is a hands-on tool created by the OpenEdu Project as a response to the European Commission's Communication 'Opening up Education: Innovative teaching and learning for all through newTechnologies andOpen Educational Resources'
  8. 8. 8 Source: Inamorato dos Santos, A., Punie, Y., Castaño-Muñoz, J. (2016) Opening up education: a support framework for higher education institutions Opening up education framework
  9. 9. 9 What does the framework look like? For each dimension of open education, the framework brings: √ Dimension definition √ Rationale √ Components √ descriptors • Dimensions: • 6 core: access, content, pedagogy, recognition, collaboration, technology, research • 4 transversal: strategy, leadership, technology, quality Opening up education strategic planning template
  10. 10. 10 Multiple ways of dealing with OE . The university can choose to work with all dimensions or a selection The framework is dynamic and always evolving The university can add descriptors and practices to customise the
  11. 11. 11 How should I/my institution use the framework? The framework targets decision makers in universities, and anyone who can propose practices and policies 3. Open Education strategy development 1. Open Education audit and staff engagement 2. Framework as tool to develop insight, inspire vision and develop new perspectives and ideas
  12. 12. 12 Content dimension - sample
  13. 13. 13 Strategic Planning Template at the end of the report
  14. 14. 14 https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/open-education/publications
  15. 15. 15 Thank you andreia-inamorato-dos.santos@ec.europa.eu yves.punie@ec.europa.eu https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/open-education

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