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Open Education as Disruption: Lessons for Open and Distance Learning from Open Educational Practice

Macintyre, Ronald (2016). Open Education as Disruption: Lessons for Open and Distance Learning from Open Educational Practice. In: EDEN 25: Re-imagining Learning Environments, 14th-17th of June, Budapest.

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Abstract

This paper reflects on what Open and Distance Learning providers might learn from the Open Educational Resources/Practices (OER/OEP) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). It is based on experiences working on OER and OEP first at the OU in Scotland (OUiS) and more recently under the auspices of the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) funded Open Educational Practices Scotland (OEPS) programme hosted by OUiS. The paper by exploring the disruptive potential of MOOCs and OER within Higher Education. While it acknowledges lessons for HE it argues the focus on access and scale has obscured other lessons ODL might learn from opening up educational practices. Much of our work has centred on OEP and partnership with organisations outside the formal education sector. As such it has taken the possibilities offered by openness as an invitation to look at the relationship between the formal and the informal. The paper traces OEPS journey as it explores less apparent but no less important lessons around designing and creating open content through partnership in a way that is cost effective and context relevant.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Academic Unit/School: Other Departments > Other Departments
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Item ID: 46658
Depositing User: Ronald Macintyre
Date Deposited: 28 Jun 2016 08:53
Last Modified: 06 Oct 2016 14:44
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/46658
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