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Key challenges for an effective adoption of OER

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Este taller que forma parte de la II Semana Doctoral Formación en la Sociedad del Conocimiento.
Docente: Daniel Burgos (Universidad Internacional de la Rioja)

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Key challenges for an effective adoption of OER

  1. 1. Salamanca Spain 17 January 2018 Prof. Dr. Daniel Burgos Director UNIR iTED. UNESCO/ICDE Chair Key challenges for an effective adoption of OER
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  3. 3. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenges for an effective adoption of OER 1. Competence-based approach 2. Course accreditation. Integration with the market 3. Credit recognition. Integration with formal programmes 4. Certified educational quality (e.g., Educational methodology) 5. Monetization. Sustainability 6. Technology access 7. Open, proper licensing 8. OUF coding system 3
  4. 4. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #1. Competence-based approach ► So far: • Content authoring seems opportunistic ► From now: • Opportunistic is not bad, but not enough • OER must shoot at the aim of the problem, and provide: – Basic competences – To a broader audience – With a language-oriented support – For specific, in-the-field needs 4
  5. 5. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #2. Course accreditation. Integration with the market ► So far: • A course is created. Maybe it is accredited afterwards ► From now: • A OER comes with a business plan which involves a clear link or agreement about accreditation by a target agency, market, company, user association, or any other empowerment body 5
  6. 6. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #3. Credit recognition. Integration with formal programmes ► So far: • A course is created. There is agreement on credit recognition ► From now: • A OER comes with signed agreement for credit recognition by a specific academic programme or educational institution or Administration body (e.g. for school teachers, for a Master) 6
  7. 7. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #4. Certified educational quality (e.g., Educational methodology) ► So far: • Free speech, free methodology, not-certified ► From now: • A OER would benefit, and the OER community might encourage, a certification process to guarantee an optimum training methodology that improve the learning process 7
  8. 8. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #5. Monetization. Sustainability ► So far: • No business model, just based on good-willing & other resources ► From now: • A business model is welcome. If based on private funding, or based on public support, or on individual-basis registration, all is fine, as long as the OER is sustainable along the time, and the service is provided properly to the user/customer/student 8
  9. 9. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #6. Technology access ► So far: • Quite broad and deep access to network and devices, Worldwide ► From now: • Affordable and useful devices at home, School and university • Fight against the planned obsolescence for working devices 9
  10. 10. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #7. Open, proper licensing ► Free and open • OER made with tax payers’ budget (e.g. public university) ► Free, but not necessarily open • OER made with private funding, for public good, keeping the copyright ► Open, but not free • OER made with private funding, for private re-use, sharing the copyright ► Not open, not free, but affordable • OER made with private funding, and sensible, sustainable sharing – (e.g., freemium, 3-layer access) 10
  11. 11. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenge #8. OUF coding system ► Open is not always Universal ► Universal is not always Free ► Free is not always good ► The OUF coding system for Educational Resources: • O = Open • U = Universal • F = Free 11
  12. 12. Universidad de Salamanca. PhD Education in the Knowledge Society #UNIRiTED Challenges for effective adoption of OER 1. Competence-based approach => Compulsory 2. Course accreditation. Integration with the market => Compulsory 3. Credit recognition. Integration with formal programs => Compulsory 4. Certified educational quality => Welcome 5. Monetization. Sustainability => Welcome 6. Technology access => Improve-able 7. Open, proper licensing => Improve-able 8. OUF coding system => Just a proposal 12
  13. 13. Prof. Dr. Daniel Burgos Web: http://ited.unir.net Twitter: @UNIRiTED News: http://bit.ly/ur-news Email: daniel.burgos@unir.net

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