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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

The Journey to Open Education

Ownership and control

V

Access for all

Library of Celsus, Ephesus


A struggle against restrictive practices

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

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

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

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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