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Enhancement of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity through OER

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Global Expert Meeting Multilingualism in Cyberspace for Inclusive Sustainable Development Khanty-Mansiysk, Russian Federation, 6–9 June, 2017. This brief presentation provides a helicopter view on OER in the perspective of lesser used languages and multilingualism, when digitalisation is penetrating education – and suggest policies and actions for enhancement of cultural and linguistic diversity through OER.

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Enhancement of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity through OER

  1. 1. Open Education Resources and Lesser Used Languages Multilingualism and High Quality Education Global Expert Meeting Multilingualism in Cyberspace for Inclusive Sustainable Development Khanty-Mansiysk, Russian Federation, 5–9 June, 2017 Gard Titlestad, Secretary General International Council for Open and Distance Education Member of the Governing Board
  2. 2. Enhancement of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity through OER Multilingualism and High Quality Education Global Expert Meeting Multilingualism in Cyberspace for Inclusive Sustainable Development Khanty-Mansiysk, Russian Federation, 5–9 June, 2017 Gard Titlestad, Secretary General International Council for Open and Distance Education Member of the Governing Board
  3. 3. Open, Transparent, Accountable and focus on Good Governance Support From Norway 29 years UNESCO Partner >50 years SINCE 1938 To be the global facilitator for inclusive, flexible, quality learning and teaching in the digital age. ICDE
  4. 4. will not be met unless stakeholders, drawing on humanistic values, collaborate to lead the digital transformation of higher education - making online, open, flexible, and technology enhanced learning a part of the solution.
  5. 5. The vision is that for the first time in human history it is possible to achieve inclusive and quality education for all. (Sustainable Development Goal 4)
  6. 6. Enabled by Open and Digitalisation Creative Commons
  7. 7. Target 3, point 43.: A well-established, properly- regulated tertiary education system supported by technology, Open Educational Resources (OERs) and distance education modalities can increase access, equity, quality and relevance, and narrow the gap between what is taught at tertiary education institutions and what economies and societies demand. The provision of tertiary education should be progressively free, in line with existing international agreements.
  8. 8. Where are we now? One year after………..
  9. 9. http://gem-report-2016.unesco.org/en/home/
  10. 10. World is not set to achieve key global education commitments until 2084. PROJECTIONS FOR EDUCATION 2030 2030 2042 2059 2084 Universal primary completion Universal Upper secondary completion Universal Lower secondary completion YEAR Education 2030 deadline Education 2030 deadline 2042 2059 2084 YEAR Global average Universal primary completion Universal Upper secondary completion Universal Lower secondary completion 2015 SDGs adopted 20872051 2062 Southern Asia After 21002080 2089 Sub-Saharan Africa
  11. 11. 1.3 Contribute to successful development and utilisation of Open: • Open Education Resources • Open Licensing • Open Access • Open Learning and Education • Open Knowledge • Open Source • Open Innovation • Open Policy ICDE and open
  12. 12. The Knowledge Triangle and Open Open Policy Open Science – Open Access Open innovation Open education - OER
  13. 13. What is Open Educational Resources A catalyst for innovation
  14. 14. Educational Resources Open, Licensed Resources + 5 R
  15. 15. http://lumenlearning.com/announcement-5r-open-course-design-framework/
  16. 16. • Economic savings • Higher quality of learning material • Easier learning materials to work with • Support for 21st century skills • Public benefits • Opportunities for the EdTechs • Better effect of public investments OER has a great potential to achieve: OER: A catalyst for innovation (OECD)
  17. 17. Annual Growth of CC licensed works https://creativecommons.org/2017/06/05/open-education/ https://campustechnology.com/articles/2017/05/24/community-college-leads-oer-efforts-at-cuny.aspx The uptake of OER is increasing, here illustrated by growth of CC licenced work, and one of the many examples of beneficial use of OER, a community college in New York, May 2017.
  18. 18. Does it work?
  19. 19. https://campustechnology.com/articles/2015/11/10/major-study-finds-oer-students-do-just-as-well-or-better.aspx
  20. 20. <HAVING BIAS IN MIND> PIMENTA What is the situation for languages?
  21. 21. http://langoer.eun.org/
  22. 22. TOP TEN LANGUAGES IN THE INTERNET Users Growth in Internet (2000 - 2017) English 576.4 % Chinese 2,262.8 % Spanish 1,516.1 % Arabic 6,805.9 % Portuguese 1,946.4 % Malay 2,599.7 % Japanese 151.6 % Russian 3,272.7 % French 738.3 % German 205.1 % TOP 10 LANGUAGES 877.2 % Rest of the Languages 1,207.5 % WORLD TOTAL 936.0 %
  23. 23. What about the development of OER in LUL?  First an interesting, but not encouraging observation: the bold initative for Opening up Education, taken by the EU in 2013, now in 2016 seems to have lost momentum for OER – in particular when observing the global development and comparing with North America.  Second what we observe from the LangOER project, is that most LUL countries in Europe are lagging when it comes to OER, in particular when observing holistic initiatives which in these countries seem to be totally absent.  For regional and minority languages, the situation is even worse.  Still, for all of these LUL communities – positive exemptions exist, but the main picture is relatively speaking worse than in 2014. Policy Recommendations - Addendum : Enabling Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Europe through OER http://langoer.eun.org/
  24. 24. “Using the innovation adaption lifecycle as illustration, we will place the good example from North America and France in the innovators and early adopters group – but most LUL countries in Europe unfortunately are in the laggards group.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology_adoption_life_cycle Are most countries in Europe, in particular those with LUL as languages, being side-lined in the one of the most innovative developments in education in modern times? http://langoer.eun.org/
  25. 25. Policy Recommendations: Enhancement of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity through OER
  26. 26. Open, Transparent, Accountable and focus on Good Governance Support From Norway 29 years UNESCO Partner >50 years SINCE 1938 To be the global facilitator for inclusive, flexible, quality learning and teaching in the digital age. The ICDE response
  27. 27. UNESCO INITIATIVE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Regional conferences on quality assurance International conference on quality assurance Global convention on recognition of qualifications Global Congress on higher education 2017 2018 2019 2020 Core partners Quality: ICDE, CoL and INQAAHE PARTNERS AND INTERACTS WITH UNESCO AND OTHERS 2nd OER World Congress September 2017
  28. 28. To be the global facilitator for inclusive, flexible, quality learning and teaching in the digital age. ICDE Chairs in OER SINCE 1938• Lead high impact events that give profile to ICDE. • Help shape proposals for new related projects aimed at attracting funding. • Demonstrate thought leadership through publications, videos and teaching by highlighting the link to ICDE and their position as ICDE Chairs in OER. • Provide ICDE with advice on policy and other areas. • Challenge the thinking about the future.
  29. 29. Possible project in the pipeline: Connecting Quality OER Repositories
  30. 30. ICDE International Conference Lifelong Learning, Lillehammer February 11. – 13. 2019 1.Emerging Pedagogies and Designs for Online Learning 2.Expanding Access, Openness and Flexibility 3.Changing Models of Assessment 4.New Delivery Tools and Resources for Learning 5.Re-designed Institutional Business Models
  31. 31. Good Teachers and Rich Content Open up for great learning experience Position OER for the next generation learning and teaching in the digital age
  32. 32. • Woman in virtual glasses 37 Now what? Thanks to Martin Bean, RMIT, Australia
  33. 33. Thanks to Belinda Tynan, RMIT, Australia
  34. 34. Message: • Learners first. Learners are the future. Quality as priority 1. • Lead digital transformation. Lead transformation of education for SDG 4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning. • Go Open, Innovative and Collaborative.
  35. 35. ”TOWARDS INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE QUALITY EDUCATION AND LIFELONG LEARNING FOR ALL” Sustainable Development Goal 4: Education 2030 THANK YOU! titlestad@icde.org www.icde.org

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