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Future OER policies for Central and Eastern Europe


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Presentation given at the OER17 conference, 5-6 April in London.

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Future OER policies for Central and Eastern Europe

  1. 1. Future OER policies For central and eastern Europe Alek Tarkowski Centrum Cyfrowe @atarkowski
  2. 2. Theory of change Beyond OER / Open licensing policies (!) 0. OER as the foundation 1. Digital literacy of teachers and students 2. Culture of sharing - more than formal rules 3. Technical infrastructure
  3. 3. What role does policy play? There isn’t a “yes / no” response. Long term game - be inspired by Open Access Policy is the “dark matter” that shapes society and culture.
  4. 4. What role does policy play? OECD: 75% have OER policies.
  5. 5. What role does policy play? Financing! Implementation is crucial. And grassroot activities are ‘the other side of the coin’.
  6. 6. Regional cooperation: Poland - Resource-based approach continues with the National Educational Network (OSE) - New licensing policies for EU structural funds - Possible synergy with open data activities - Strong licensing+ model (license + open source + accessibility)
  7. 7. Regional cooperation: capacity National OER Coalitions: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania … also Germany, Macedonia, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan
  8. 8. Regional cooperation: capacity Open Government Partnership as gateway into Open Education policies Slovakia Romania
  9. 9. How do you make policies multiply? Champions Networking Community