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Educational Technology Expertise Center (OTEC) at the Open University of the Netherlands (OUNL). Jeroen van Merri ë nboer OTEC Research Program Director & Vice Dean. OUNL. Government funded institution Open higher distance education Established 1985

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educational technology expertise center otec at the open university of the netherlands ounl

Educational Technology Expertise Center (OTEC)at theOpen University of the Netherlands (OUNL)

Jeroen van Merriënboer

OTEC Research Program Director & Vice Dean

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OUNL
  • Government funded institution
  • Open higher distance education
  • Established 1985
  • Programs in Law, Economics, Business, Public administration, Engineering, Environmental sciences, Cultural studies, Social sciences
ounl mission
OUNL - mission
  • Serve non-traditional learner groups
    • Second chance students
    • Second way students
  • Contribute to innovation of higher education in The Netherlands
    • Instructional methods (e.g. eLearning)
    • Cost effectiveness
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OTEC
  • Appr. 90 staff
  • One capacity group
  • Multidisciplinary project teams
  • Four programs
    • Implementation (applied projects)
    • Training & Educational Programs
    • Technology Development
    • Research
the research program
The research program
  • Instructional design for competence based learning in post-secondary higher education
  • Five-year program (1999-2003)
  • Participates in Interuniversity Center for Educational Research - ICO
    • national research school – offers courses for PhD students from different universities
themes three d s
Themes – three D’s
  • Theme 1 - Design
  • Theme 2 - Delivery
  • Theme 3 – Diagnosis
    • Towards new themes
theme 1 design
design learning tasks and support the learnerTheme 1: Design

How can we optimally design flexible, competence based curricula and learning environments?

analyse competencies and model learning domains

theme 2 delivery
design of instructional messages in electronic learning environments

application of computer-mediated communication (CMC)

Theme 2: Delivery

How can we design and organise instructional messages and communication facilities in competence based, electronic learning environments?

theme 3 diagnosis
development and use of performance assessment

curriculum QA through performance assessment

Theme 3: Diagnosis

How can we use performance assessment for intake/placement, learning/feedback, and examination/certification - and assure its quality?

future developments
Future developments
  • Towards three new themes, more focus on theoretical bases:
    • Design methodology
      • Theoretical basis: 4C/ID
    • Multimedia learning
      • Theoretical basis: Cognitive Load Theory
    • Computer supported collaborative learning
      • Theoretical basis: Social Affordance Theory
some indicators
Some indicators
  • About 30-35 people involved, plus programmers, trainees, support staf
  • 18-20 fte
  • Funding: direct, Dutch Association for Scientific Research (NOW), EC, industry
  • Appr. 25 projects