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Open Education Europa: The European Hub for Innovation in Education

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1. Open Education Europa Overview
2. Focus on Education Innovation
- European Teachers Contest
- Good Practices Section
- Community of European Education Pioneers
- Education in the Digital Era Activities
- Open Education Europa Tour (Workshop Series)
3. European OER Repositories List

Presentation at the 12th Educational Repositories Network (EdReNe) Seminar

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Open Education Europa: The European Hub for Innovation in Education

  1. 1. 1 12th Educational Repositories Network Seminar Open Education Europa: The European Hub for Innovation in Education Stylianos Mystakidis 20 October 2015, Copenhagen
  2. 2. Welcome to openeducationeuropa.eu
  3. 3. • Part of the Opening Up Education initiative • A Collaborative Network of OE institutions • A Community of Practitioners working together 3 openeducationeuropa.eu
  4. 4. 4 4
  5. 5. European Institutions & Associations Over 200 HE Institutions in Europe (28+ countries) OER Repositories/ MOOC Platforms/ Other Initiatives ANY OTHER INSTITUTIONS
  6. 6. The homepage
  7. 7. DISCUSSFIND IN-DEPTH SHARE openeducationeuropa.eu three main pillars
  8. 8. IN-DEPTH
  9. 9. http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/open_education_scoreboard
  10. 10. Insightful Editorials – Expert Opinions - Interactive Discussions 10
  11. 11. IN-DEPTH
  12. 12. eLearning papers Teacher-led Innovation eLearningpapers journal eLearning papers 2015 topics addressing key issues of open education: • Nº 41: Innovation, entrepreneurship and education • Nº 42: Design Patterns for Open Online Teaching and Learning • Nº 43: Applied Games and Gamification – Drivers for Change • Nº 44: Teacher-led Innovation and the teachers' role in the digital era • Nº 45: Language Learning and Technology
  13. 13. IN-DEPTH 13 • Blog Posts • Groups • Events • Good Practices
  14. 14. Focus on Education Innovation
  15. 15. New priorities for European cooperation in education and training 1. Relevant and high-quality skills and competences, focusing on results, for employability, innovation and active citizenship 2. Inclusive education, equality, non-discrimination and promotion of civic competences 3. Open and innovative education and training, including by fully embracing the digital era 4. Strong support for educators 5. Transparency and recognition of skills and qualifications to facilitate learning and labour mobility 6. Sustainable investment, performance and efficiency of education and training systems Source: Draft 2015 Joint Report of the Council and the Commission on the implementation of the Strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training (ET2020)
  16. 16. Focus on Education Innovation 1. European Teachers Contest 2. Good Practices Section 3. Community of European Education Pioneers 4. Education in the Digital Era Activities 5. Open Education Europa Tour (Workshop Series)
  17. 17. Open Education Europa Teachers Contest Boosting innovative teaching Sharing openly Good Teaching Practices
  18. 18. Open Education Europa Teachers Contest • Open for all Educators in Europe • All levels of formal Education (primary, secondary, higher), Vocational Training, Adult Education • All disciplines/subjects • Prize: Visit to an Innovative European School • Open Education Europa (OEE) Pioneer Badge for all participants
  19. 19. How can you participate? You may submit in any European language Deadline: October 31st, 2015 Share your good practice in the OEE portal!
  20. 20. http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/teacher-contest
  21. 21. http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/share-your-good-teaching-or-learning-practice
  22. 22. What is a Good Practice in OEE? Action, initiative or experience that enhances learning and is characterized by: • Innovation or • Openness or • Inclusion
  23. 23. OEE Good Practices Criteria • Innovation: application of a novel approach, method, medium or resource to improve teaching or learning (not necessarily tech- related) • Openness: use or production of resources that are shared freely; the opening up of the classroom with open educational practices • Inclusion; providing access to education or training to a previously excluded group or audience
  24. 24. Open Education Europa Good Practices Section Sharing of Good Practices remains open after the Teachers Contest
  25. 25. Good Practices Section http://openeducationeuropa.eu/share/good-practices
  26. 26. Good Practices Early Analysis • 69 Good Practices from 22 countries • 30 GPs self-associate with Openness • Submission in 8 different languages • Top-5 countries: Greece, Romania, Spain, Lithuania, Italy • 38% from Eastern European countries • No GPs (so far) from: France, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden 26
  27. 27. Open Education Europa Education Pioneers Community
  28. 28. OEE European Education Pioneers Community http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/groups/european-education-pioneers
  29. 29. Education in the Digital Era Activities 29 2 Tweetchats #openedueu #eddigera 4 Webinars
  30. 30. Open Education Europa Tour Education Innovation Workshop Series
  31. 31. OEE Tour (London Workshop): 8 Teacher Truths in the Digital Era 1. Learning aims, not tech dreams 2. Create conditions for risk-taking 3. Effect a change in teacher attitudes 4. Ensure the tech works flawlessly 5. Save teachers time 6. Find new ways to share knowledge 7. Meet teachers and use influencers 8. Create spaces for experimentation http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/blogs/8-teacher-truths-digital-era
  32. 32. Open Education Europa & European OER Repositories
  33. 33. Issues for European cooperation in education and training • Mainstreaming innovative and active pedagogies to enhance the development of relevant and high-level skills and competences while fostering inclusive education • Fostering participatory education governance • Increasing synergies between education, research and innovation activities • Promoting the use of ICT as a driver for systemic change to increase quality and relevance of education at all levels • Boosting availability and quality of open and digital educational resources and pedagogies at all education levels, in cooperation with European open source communities • Addressing the development of digital skills and competences at all levels of learning in response to the digital revolution Source: Draft 2015 Joint Report of the Council and the Commission on the implementation of the Strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training (ET2020)
  34. 34. European OER Repositories List
  35. 35. European OER List 35
  36. 36. Methodology What did we include? • European OER Portals and Repositories • Educational material repositories/directories • Larger Repositories rather than very specific ones • Focus on those who include Creative Commons license and on National/public OER repositories • Focus on material for teachers (for the classroom/schools) rather than on higher education • Collaborative OER production initiatives (e.g. LeMill, RVP.CZ Portal, Lektion.se, KlasCement") 114 repositories listed This is an ongoing process!
  37. 37. Methodology • What did we did not include? • Open access journal/publication sites (can be found OpenDOAR) • Open course ware or MOOCs • ITunes U • Academic Repositories (articles, reports, thesis) • Open TextBooks, OpenAccess Repositories • Sets of content that are not under CC licences such as BBC • Include digital libraries of universities etc • Free educational media from non-commercial providers (free education by Greek TV channel) • (Free) commercial digital resources (Pearson: "OpenClass”) • National e-textbook initiatives • Free educational media from non-commercial providers (BBC, Times Educational Supplement website…)
  38. 38. The Findings 38 12 6 9 13 13 7 15 3 3 2 2 4 3 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 UnitedKingdom Paneuropean Sweden Germany Greece Spain France Bulgaria Denmark Finland Latvia Portugal Slovenia Austria Hungary Italy Lithuania Luxembourg Poland Romania Belgium Cyprus CzechRepublic Estonia Ireland Netherlands Distribution by country
  39. 39. The Findings 39 8% 3% 8% 28% 20% 4% 4% 20% 5% By type of organizer Association EU Project Foundation National Government Private Public Regional Government University Other
  40. 40. The Findings • The majority are mainly focused on offering OER • Different sizes: From 100 OERs to more than 300.000 published • Not all of them (but many) reference clearly the Creative Commons license • Nearly none with user feedback/rating tools • Multilingual OER offered in some cases, even by national repositories • Usually no reference to quality • No standardization: taxonomies, subjects, structure • Interest in sharing: Several repositories offer RSS
  41. 41. Get the European OER List (open data) http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/
  42. 42. Call to Action for European OER Repositories 1/2 Encourage your Community Leaders & OER Champions to: • Register in Open Education Europa • Share their Good Practices • Join & participate in the OEE Education Pioneers Community
  43. 43. Call to Action for European OER Repositories 2/2 • Give us your feedback on the European OER List • Be involved in our upcoming activities around Education Innovation • Co-organize a Education Innovation Workshop (online or face-to-face) • Cooperate with us to make OER and your Repositories the epicenter in European Educators every-day’s practice
  44. 44. 44 contact@openeducationeuropa.eu H