vrijdag 26 september 2014

Seek, sense, share resources

This weeks module 4 in the Stanford Online course OpenKnowledge: Changing the Global Course of Learning is not only about copyleft and economics of open, but also about Open Education. Just this week President Obama highlights Open Education in a speech to U.N. and updates the U.S. National Action Plan in the Open Government Partnership.

The course requires to seek, sense and share resources, and bookmark them at Diigo. I have found a range of resources about Open Education and Open Educational Resources from the Netherlands. Those are listed below, including a couple of other links. At least there is written a lot about OE&OER in the Netherlands.



1.    Congress 11/12 november 2014, SURF "Dé Onderwijsdagen 2014"
http://www.surf.nl/agenda/2014/11/de-onderwijsdagen/index.html

2.    Minister of Education approves online education, funds grants for MOOCs http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/ministeries/ocw/nieuws/2014/01/09/groen-licht-voor-online-onderwijs.html

3.    Letter to parliament about "open and online education" http://www.tweedekamer.nl/kamerstukken/brieven_regering/detail.jsp?id=2014Z00158&did=2014D00277

4.    Report SURF "Open en online onderwijs en de toekomst van het Nederlandse hoger onderwijs" Four scenarios in a 2 by 2 matrix  - disruptive innovation
http://www.surf.nl/binaries/content/assets/surf/nl/kennisbank/2013/rapport-open-en-online-onderwijs-en-de-toekomst-van-het-nederlandse-hoger-onderwijs.pdf

5.    SURF pages about open and online education
http://www.surf.nl/themas/leren-en-toetsen/open-en-online-onderwijs/index.html

8.    SURF Special Interest Group (SIG) Open Education
https://www.surfspace.nl/sig/5-open-education/

9.    LinkedIn "Dutch special interest group Open Educational Resources"
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/Dutch-special-interest-group-Open-3681051

10.  E-learn Weblog of Willem van Valkenburg, tags: open education
http://www.e-learn.nl/tag/open+education;

13.  Megan Simmons "Surf Lessons for Educational Innovators" (I was facilitating a workshop recently with a group of brilliant educators who were tasked with imagining the next phase of their collaborative work. Despite engaging them in various improv and design-thinking activities to encourage them to open up, take risks, and explore new possibilities, they were stuck.)
http://iskme.org/our-ideas/surf-lessons-educational-innovators

14.  Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
http://iskme.org/services/oer-support


15.  Paul Stacey "Economics of Open", includes business case for Open Educational Resources, and an OER "logic model" http://edtechfrontier.com/2012/03/04/the-economics-of-open/

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