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The Journey to Open Education. Ownership and control V Access for all. Library of Celsus , Ephesus. A struggle against restrictive practices. curriculum design closed collections selective entrance expensive technologies & equipment accreditation led learning exclusive language

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The Journey to Open Education

Ownership and control

V

Access for all

Library of Celsus, Ephesus


A struggle against restrictive practices

curriculum design

closed collections

selective entrance

expensive technologies & equipment

accreditation led learning

exclusive language

poverty and exclusion

culture of experts


How far have we actually come?

Challenging and changing:

cultures of academic practice

traditions within educational institutions

legal restrictions around ownership and control of content

existing communities of practice

learner expectations

government strategies and policies


Being open – removing barriers

UK Open University (1970)

MIT Courseware (2001)

Jisc Exchange for Learning Programme (2002-2006)

Jorum National Learning Repository (2002)

Creative Commons (2002)

OU OpenLearn (2006)

U-NOW Nottingham University (2007)

Creative Commons (2002)

Jisc RePRODUCEProgramme (2008)

First MOOC (2008)

UKOER Programme (2009-2012)

http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/othervoices/2012/02/13/open-educational-resources-timeline/

There has been a tendency to focus on learning resources and not on enabling people to learn effectively in an open, networked social world


Open educational practices

Students as co-producers

Open pedagogies & assessment

Open networked learning

Breaking boundaries

Changing roles & relationships

Collaboration

New stakeholders

Letting go of control

Challenging ownership

OER and Open Courses cost a lot of money and as such they often support the traditional practice and culture of the investor/s or producers

Not all open courses embrace these principles…


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