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Anicet Yalaho, Ph.D.
Mirja Pulkkinen, Ph.D.
Jan M. Pawlowski
Barriers of OER use
Case Study Results: How does it work in the real life in Finland?
Recommdation Systems in the Future: Building yournetworks
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Usefulness? Quality? Rights?
36 re-useteachers in Central Finland
44 teachers around Europe (Belgium, Romania, Lithuania, Portugal)
Teachers were from the fields of IT, Maths and ScienceFinnish teachers vs. European teachers
Conclusion: Finnish teachers are more willing to use
materials made by others than European teachers
Conclusion: Finnish teachers are less willing to give
materials to others than European teachers
First degree trusted network re-use
Topic / ContextA
Topic / ContextB
Second degree trusted networkCollaboration network construction
Re-use / adapt
Re-publishEuropean Initiatives: OpenScout
Continuous learning in management …
… utilizing openly accessible learning materials
industrial learning technology, content connectors
skill & competence services
reference scenarios, evaluation