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Open Education: Into the Future
10th April 2019
OER19
Eamon Costello, Gráinne Conole, Mark Brown
Dublin City University
Affordances of digital technologies
−Phases:
− Cultural
− Symbolic
− Communication
− Networked
− Cyber-infrastructure
−Aff...
Opportunities
• Technologies can:
• Enable more interaction &
communication
• Help with retention
• Be engaging & motivati...
Top ten trends
− Place an important part of identity
− Connect parents/learners
− Permeable boundaries
− Shift in ownershi...
Open practices
− Opening up education
− Facets
− OER
− MOOCs
− E-textbooks
− Use of open practices
complex, personalised
a...
Impact
− Learners
− OER (Wiley’s 5 Rs)
− MOOCs (learning at scale)
− E-textbooks (flexible & cost effective)
− Teachers
− ...
Future of open learning: challenges
− Lack of digital literacies
− Teaching the poor sister
− New forms of
accreditation
−...
Empower staff to create, discover and engage in meaningful
personal and professional development
(National Forum, 2016)
Or...
Textbooks
• What do they cost?
• What do our students think?
• What do Irish HE staff think?
What do Textbooks cost at an Irish HEI?
Results
3,000 books analysed
.
Prices for 18% of books (596)
Median; $40
Range: 0.99 to >$400
Total new cost of books per year
3.96 books per course
$224.41 per course
8.05 courses per year
Cost per year of $1,806.50
Availability/Access (n = 2,940 books)
0.00%
20.00%
40.00%
60.00%
80.00%
100.00%
PDF
Available
Ebook
Available
Public
Domai...
”I am willing to go for digital copies, if I
can get it without paying for it, but my
preference would be a hard copy that...
preference.
“… If they're quite marked it
doesn't work for me: I need it to be
clean, with no other people's
writing on it...
“… Sometimes I’d wait and see if I
think I'm going to use this, especially
in my first year, I went to the library
and if ...
Survey
44 complete
responses
44
responses
44
responses
44
responses
Go raibh maith
agaibh
Thank you
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  1. 1. Open Education: Into the Future 10th April 2019 OER19 Eamon Costello, Gráinne Conole, Mark Brown Dublin City University
  2. 2. Affordances of digital technologies −Phases: − Cultural − Symbolic − Communication − Networked − Cyber-infrastructure −Affordances − Differ according to the technology, context and use − Internet most disruptive technology of last 50 years https://bit.ly/2O4lngx
  3. 3. Opportunities • Technologies can: • Enable more interaction & communication • Help with retention • Be engaging & motivational • Extend the classroom • Provide timely and targeted feedback • Personalise the learning experience • BUT: technology is not a single entity; no single all-encompassing answer can be provided to the question of impact on educational outcomes
  4. 4. Top ten trends − Place an important part of identity − Connect parents/learners − Permeable boundaries − Shift in ownership − Learners map their pathway − Abundance of data and AI − Changing nature of work − Rethink success − Impact on health and wellbeing − Connect the past to the present http://www.core-ed.org/research-and-innovation/ten-trends/
  5. 5. Open practices − Opening up education − Facets − OER − MOOCs − E-textbooks − Use of open practices complex, personalised and contextual (Cronin) − Continuum of openness and access (Olcott) https://bit.ly/2gchbww
  6. 6. Impact − Learners − OER (Wiley’s 5 Rs) − MOOCs (learning at scale) − E-textbooks (flexible & cost effective) − Teachers − New approaches to design − MOOCs for CPD − Researchers − Data-intensive collaborative research − Social media − Open scholarship https://bit.ly/2VBvFch
  7. 7. Future of open learning: challenges − Lack of digital literacies − Teaching the poor sister − New forms of accreditation − Senior management buy-in − Appropriate CPD − Unbundling of education http://e4innovation.com/?p=938
  8. 8. Empower staff to create, discover and engage in meaningful personal and professional development (National Forum, 2016) Orna Farrell
  9. 9. Textbooks • What do they cost? • What do our students think? • What do Irish HE staff think?
  10. 10. What do Textbooks cost at an Irish HEI?
  11. 11. Results 3,000 books analysed . Prices for 18% of books (596) Median; $40 Range: 0.99 to >$400
  12. 12. Total new cost of books per year 3.96 books per course $224.41 per course 8.05 courses per year Cost per year of $1,806.50
  13. 13. Availability/Access (n = 2,940 books) 0.00% 20.00% 40.00% 60.00% 80.00% 100.00% PDF Available Ebook Available Public Domain 6 books (0.18%)
  14. 14. ”I am willing to go for digital copies, if I can get it without paying for it, but my preference would be a hard copy that I can own, that I can highlight and make notes in, that would be my preference” What do students think?
  15. 15. preference. “… If they're quite marked it doesn't work for me: I need it to be clean, with no other people's writing on it, even a library book you know, if somebody's written all over it, is not gonna work.”
  16. 16. “… Sometimes I’d wait and see if I think I'm going to use this, especially in my first year, I went to the library and if the book had a teeny-weeny print that I know I'm not gonna be able to read anyway I'm not gonna buy it because I know I'm not gonna ever look at it you know.”
  17. 17. Survey 44 complete responses
  18. 18. 44 responses
  19. 19. 44 responses
  20. 20. 44 responses
  21. 21. Go raibh maith agaibh Thank you

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