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Open Scotland and the Scottish Open Education Declaration

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Presentation for the Scottish Higher Education Developers event at Jisc RSC Scotland, Glasgow on Monday 24th November 2014.

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Open Scotland and the Scottish Open Education Declaration

  1. 1. Open Scotland & the Scottish Open Education Declaration Lorna M. Campbell
  2. 2. Cetis • Centre for Educational Technology, Interoperability and Standards • http://www.cetis.ac.uk/
  3. 3. Cetis • A national UK technology advisory centre providing strategic, technical and pedagogical advice on educational technology and standards to funding bodies, standards agencies, government, institutions and commercial partners.
  4. 4. Areas of expertise • Standards development • Course data standards • Assessment standards • eTextbook standards • ePortfolios • Interoperability testing • Enterprise architecture • Learning analytics • Open educational policy & technology • MOOCs • Vocabulary management • Metadata & resource description • Horizon scanning • Technical advisory & strategic consultancy
  5. 5. Who does Cetis work with?
  6. 6. Open Scotland
  7. 7. Open Scotland Open Scotland is a cross sector initiative that aims to raise awareness of open education, encourage the sharing of open educational resources, and explore the potential of open policy and practice to benefit all sectors of Scottish education.
  8. 8. UNESCO / COL OER Survey & Declaration
  9. 9. UKOER Programme • Funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) between 2009 – 2012. • Only English Higher Education institutions could bid. • Managed by Jisc and HEA and supported by Cetis. • Invested over £10 million. • Funded over 80 individual projects. • Aimed at releasing OERs and embedding sustainable open practice in institutions.
  10. 10. #UKOER
  11. 11. Scottish Open Education Developments • Re:Source FE OER Repository • Edinburgh Napier University’s 3E Framework • Glasgow Caledonian University Library’s OER Guidelines • Glasgow Caledonian Academy • MOOCs • Open Badges for Scottish Education Group • Wikimedia UK & Open Knowledge • ALT Scotland SIG
  12. 12. Re:Source • A Resource sharing platform for the college sector in Scotland. • Powered by Jorum. • Aims to provide “…access to a rich collection of OER content from Scotland’s Colleges & related collections of interest to the FE Sector.”
  13. 13. Napier 3E Framework To make active use of technology to meaningfully enhance the learning, teaching and assessment experience across all modules. Enhance Extend Empower Adopting technology in simple and effective ways to actively support students and increase their activity and self-responsibility Further use of technology that facilitates key aspects of collaborative learning and assessment through increasing their choice and control Developed use of technology that requires higher order individual and collaborative learning that reflects how knowledge is created and used in the professional environment eg. Seminar participation Provide a discussion board for students to post follow-up comments (queries, issues that seminar to be picked up during lecture Encourage more equal engagement in seminars by having students take turns (in pairs or small groups) to produce a summary of that online, perhaps with a follow-up question to be tackled Have students work in pairs or small groups to design and lead online seminars for particular units, with guidance from tutor on their proposed topic and approach 3E levels of examples
  14. 14. Glasgow Caledonian University Library OER Guidelines
  15. 15. Glasgow Caledonian Academy • UKOER Evaluation and Synthesis • OER4Adults
  16. 16. MOOCs • University of Edinburgh have run a number of Coursera courses attracting over 300,000 students in one year. • Edinburgh, Glasgow and Strathclyde are FutureLearn partners.
  17. 17. Open Badges • SQA formally announced it’s intention to work with Mozilla Foundation to: “investigate the opportunities presented by an innovative approach to displaying individuals’ learning accomplishments online.” • Open Badges in Scottish Education Group, funded by SFC, supported by Jisc RSC Scotland.
  18. 18. Wikimedia UK • Wikimedian-in-residence appointed to the National Library of Scotland in 2013. • Wide range of editathons taking place across Scotland. • Women in Science, Royal Society of Edinburgh. • Scottish Women on Wikipedia, Glasgow Women’s Library. • Scottish Women in Contemporary Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design • What I Know Is, University of Stirling. • EduWiki Conference 2014, University of Edinburgh.
  19. 19. Open Knowledge • Open Knowledge is a non profit organisation founded in Cambridge in 2004 which promotes open knowledge, open data and open content. • Local OK Scotland Group established. • Regular free and informal Meetups Edinburgh and Glasgow. • Open Knowledge Open Education Working Group.
  20. 20. ALT • ALT Scotland SIG. • Open Education SIG. • Run annual events across Scotland.
  21. 21. Open Scotland Summit • Brought together senior managers, policy makers and key thinkers to explore the development of open education policy and practice in Scotland. • National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, June 2013.
  22. 22. Open Scotland Participants • Scottish Government • Scottish Qualifications Authority • Education Scotland • Scottish Funding Council • Quality Assurance Agency • College Development Network • National Library of Scotland • Universities of Edinburgh, Dundee, Heriot Watt, UHI, Glasgow Caledonian. • Jisc • Jorum • Jisc RSC Scotland • Jisc RSC Cymru • OSS Watch • Nordic Open Education Alliance • Creative Commons • POERUP Project
  23. 23. How can openness help to address strategic priorities and challenges? • Academic publishing • OER and licence restrictions • Joining up open practice • Quality assurance • Learners as co-creators • Change management • Preparing F/HE for Curriculum for Excellence • FE funding cuts
  24. 24. How can openness help to address strategic priorities and challenges? • Can openness address the government’s “Big Ticket” strategic agendas? • Post-16 education. • Knowledge transfer. • Curriculum change. • School – college – university articulation.
  25. 25. Open Education, Open Scotland • Brought ALT Scotland SIG members and the wider community together to share ideas and experiences of adopting and promoting open educational practices across all sectors of Scottish education. • Representatives of Scottish Government, SFC, SQA, FE, HE and school sector. • Edinburgh Informatics Forum, June 2014.
  26. 26. Open Scotland blog, http://openscot.net/
  27. 27. Scottish Open Education Declaration http://declaration.openscot.net/
  28. 28. Paris OER Declaration C. Reinforce the development of strategies and policies on OER: Promote the development of specific policies for the production and use of OER within wider strategies for advancing education.
  29. 29. Scottish Open Education Declaration • d. Reinforce the development of strategies and policies for open assessment practices, open educational resources and open online courses. Promote the development and use of open educational resources within wider strategies for advancing education.
  30. 30. “Open education can expand access to education, widen participation, create new opportunities for the next generation of teachers and learners and prepare them to become fully engaged digital citizens. In addition, open education can promote knowledge transfer while at the same time enhancing quality and sustainability, supporting social inclusion, and creating a culture of inter-institutional collaboration and sharing.”
  31. 31. • Reclaim Hosting http://reclaimhosting. com/ • Comment Press http://futureofthebook .org/commentpress/ • The Institute for the Future of the Book http://futureofthebook .org
  32. 32. Scottish Open Education Declaration 0.2 • Second draft of Declaration launched 21/11/2014. • Funding provided by the Open University’s Opening Educational Practices in Scotland project. • Incorporates input from the POERUP project open education policy guidelines for Scotland.
  33. 33. Scottish Open Education Declaration 0.2 “Support capacity building to encourage sustainable open education practice and the development of quality open educational resources. Establish adequately funded professional development programmes to help teachers and other key personnel to understand the benefits of all forms of open education and to encourage them to produce and share high-quality, accessible educational content, resources and experiences, while taking into account local needs and the full diversity of learners.”
  34. 34. declaration.openscot.net
  35. 35. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland • Open University project funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC). • £1.27 million allocated over 3 years. Opening Educational Practices in Scotland, http://oepscotland.org/
  36. 36. How to get involved… • Comment on the draft declaration. • Keep an eye on the Open Scotland blog. • Volunteer a post for the Open Scotland blog. • Follow the #OpenScot hashtag on twitter. • Look out for webinars and events.
  37. 37. #OpenScot
  38. 38. Licence Open Scotland and the Scottish Open Education Declaration By Lorna M Campbell, lorna.m.campbell@icloud.com of Cetis http://www.cetis.ac.uk is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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