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A journey through OEP

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An exploration of open educational practice, for a presentation at UCL

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A journey through OEP

  1. 1. Open educational practice: A personal journey through OEP Professor Martin Weller The Open University
  2. 2. Photo by Oscar Sutton on Unsplash Contentious terms!
  3. 3. practices that involve students in active, constructive engagement with content, tools and services in the learning process, and promote learners’ self- management, creativity and working in teams” (Geser, 2007a, p. 37). the use of OER with the aim to improve quality of educational processes and innovate educational environments” (Conole & Ehlers, 2010, p. 3) OER production, management, use and reuse Open/public pedagogies Open learning (including peer-to-peer learning and open accreditation) Open scholarship (including open research, open data and open access publication) Open sharing of teaching ideas Use of open technologies (including social media and digital open tools) Beetham et al. (2012) Conceptualisations of open educational practices (OEP) vary widely, ranging from those centred primarily on the creation and use of open educational resources (OER) to broader definitions of OEP, inclusive of but not necessarily focused on OER. The latter, referred to in this paper as expansive definitions of OEP, encompass open content but also allow for multiple entry points to, and avenues of, openness. Cronin 2018)
  4. 4. Me, the OU & open My life in open ed
  5. 5. Pre 1990s: Open education = open universities
  6. 6. Photo by Jingyi Wang on Unsplash With networks and digital, new versions of open arose
  7. 7. Discrete learning objects Online repository Reversioned new course Open models of course production
  8. 8. T171 Large scale online: T171
  9. 9. Open Source VLE
  10. 10. https://visualthinkery.com/ Open Educational Resources: OpenLearn
  11. 11. Digital scholarship: blogging
  12. 12. MOOCS: FutureLearn, BOCs & experiments
  13. 13. Open Research Practice
  14. 14. Open Access Publishing: JIME & books https://visualthinkery.com
  15. 15. Image by Giulia Forsythe, Public Domain https://flic.kr/p/eR9rSr UK Open textbooks
  16. 16. Open pedagogy: YXM130, H880, OERu
  17. 17. Ways of thinking about OEP: OOFAT
  18. 18. OOFAT visualisation
  19. 19. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 Content delivery - flexible Content delivery - open Support delivery - flexible Support delivery - open Content - personalisationContent production - open Assessment - flexible Recognition - flexible Recognition - open Score your institution
  20. 20. OEP as strategy Photo by AP x 90 on Unsplash
  21. 21. Mapping OEP
  22. 22. Citation analysis network
  23. 23. 8 distinct areas
  24. 24. OEP as glue Photo https://flic.kr/p/5u1mkS
  25. 25. 1990s Traditional OU model 1999 Large scale E-learning 2004 VLE 2006 Dig Schol 2006 OER 2009 MOOCs 2012 Open Research 2008 Open access ... 2017 Open textbooks 2018 Open pedagogy ?? A (very rough) timeline
  26. 26. OEP as driver for innovation
  27. 27. “Open to people, places, methods and ideas”
  28. 28. OEP as social justice Photo by Alejandro Escamilla on Unsplash
  29. 29. OEP is a toolkit https://visualthinkery.com
  30. 30. Thank you https://www.slideshare.net/mweller

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