Presentations

Integration of Open Practices

533 Tony Coughlan and Leigh-Anne Perryman
The Open University, UK
50,000 Facebook views from a $30 investment: CYP-Media’s use of open practices to increase access to learning in the children and young people’s sector
649 Janice K. Jones
University of Southern Queensland
Creative destruction: An ‘Open Textbook’ disrupting personal and institutional praxis
554 Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams, Thomas King, Michelle Willmers and Sukaina Walji
University of Cape Town
Dimensions of Open Research: Reflections on ‘critical openness’ in the ROER4D project
587 Doreen Mushi and Brenda Mallinson
The Open University Of Tanzania, OER Africa and Rhodes University (South Africa)
Early Experiences of Course Conversion to OER, Process at the Open University of Tanzania
585 Javiera Atenas and Leo Havemann
University College London
Educating for Social Participation: Open Data as Open Educational Resources
561 Robert Farrow
The Open University
Framework for an Ethics of Open Education
602 Una Daly, Katsusuke Shigeta, Tim Seal and Edmundo Tovar
Open Education Consortium, University of Hokkaido, Open University, University Polytechnic Of Madrid
OEC Members Build Openly Licensed MOOCs to Enhance Re-use, Interactivity, and Data About Learning
560 Jöran Muuß-Merholz, Friederike Siller and Matthias Andrasch
Transferstelle fuer OER, University of Technology, Arts, Sciences
OER made by Community. Connecting Practices in Open Online Projects
566 Patrina Law and Anne Jelfs
The Open University
Ten years of open practice: a reflection on the impact of OpenLearn
595 Lisa Young, Paul Golisch and Sian Proctor
Scottsdale Community College, Paradise Valley Community College, South Mountain Community College
The Maricopa Millions OER Project
544 Haishuo Lee, Jerry Chih-Yuan Sun and Yulun Huang
National Chiao Tung University
What Makes High School Students Engage in Open Courses – A Pilot Study
690 Fred Mulder
[Action Lab] The ‘MIND’ – a Journey along the Frontiers of Science & an Entry into the World of Open
603 Una Daly, James Glapa-Grossklag, Quill West and Richard Sebastian
Open Education Consortium, College of the Canyons, Pierce College, Virginia Community College System
[Panel] OER Degree Pathways at Community Colleges Expand Access and Enhance Learning
875 Christian Stracke, Svetlana Knyazeva and Cable Green
The Open University Netherlands, UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education and Creative Commons
[Panel] Openness, Open Education and Open Licenses

Collaboration

870 Rao Shun
Netease Online Open Courses
Connect the world to China and China to the world
559 James Brunton, Mark Brown, Eamon Costello, Lorraine Delaney and Seamus Fox
National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University
Creating a Toolbox of OERs to Facilitate Flexible Learner Transition into Higher Education: A Collaborative Project between Four Irish Higher Education Institutions
564 Faye Chadwell and Dianna Fisher
Oregon State University
Creating Open Textbooks: A Unique Partnership Between Oregon State University Libraries and Press and Open Oregon State
599 Jure Cuhalev
Open Education Consortium
GitHub collaboration model – lessons for OER
593 Quill West
Pierce College
Library as Open Education Leader: A project to grow librarians’ professional development and planning toward open education
568 Yoshimi Fukuhara and Toru Kishida
Asuka Academy
OER-MOOC using world famous OCW through translation in Japanese by volunteers and its distribution from proprietary e-Learning cloud
531 Joseph Pickett and Dana Doyle
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Open Ed Maturing at MIT: OpenCourseWare and 15 and MITx at 3. The More It Stays the Same, The More It Changes
601 Una Daly and Lisa Young
OEC, Scottsdale Community College
Saudi eLearning Pioneers Transform Teaching and Learning through Open Education Consortium Collaboration
558 Jane-Frances Agbu, Fred Mulder, Fred de Vries, Vincent Ado Tenebe and Abel Caine
National Open University of Nigeria, UNESCO
The Best of Two Open Worlds at the National Open University of Nigeria
572 Thomas Pilz
Sicher-im-Inter.net eG
The creation of equal Opportunity in Education
557 Antonio Carlos Ruiz Soria and Justyna Molendowska-Ruiz
Economia Creativa Consultancy
The Role of Stakeholders and Parterships in Open Education – Lab
597 Nicole Allen, Jan Gondol, Hal Plotkin and Jennryn Wetzler
SPARC, Switzerlab, Creative Commons US, U.S. Department of State
[Action Lab] Advancing Open Education through Open Government

Open Education as Strategy

536 Peter Becker
The Hague University of Applied Sciences
An campus repository as a between step towards OER practice
588 Lawrence Hanley and Diego Bonilla
California Open Educational Resources Council
Atolls, Islands, and Archipelagos: The California OER Council and the New Landscape for Open Education in California
543 Cable Green
Creative Commons
Creative Commons 2016-2020 Strategy & 2015 State of the Commons
567 Jenni Hayman, Patrick Pettyjohn, Renee Pilbeam and Deanna Soth
ASU Online
edX MOOCs for University Credit: The Instructional Designer Lens
598 Steve Ernst and Cecil Banhan
Boundless
Empowering Faculty and Students With High Quality Modular Courseware
594 Susan Huggins
Open College at Kaplan University
Increasing Opportunity, Access, and Speed to Degree through Open Courses
535 Isabelle Turmaine
International Association of Universities
Is open education inclusive?
563 Paul Bacsich
Sero Consulting Ltd
National/EU Policies and institutional strategies to foster use of open education for adult education in Europe
540 Adel Ben Taziri and Amani Mahjoubi
UVT
Open education in Tunisian higher education: Actors’ strategy
555 Katsusuke Shigeta, Yoshiharu Fujita, Hidefumi Yagi, Tomohiro Nagashima, Mitsu Hamada, Masashi Sata, Tetsuya Matsumoto, Hiroaki Tanaka, Kazuya Kobayashi and Marie Shima
Hokkaido University, Japan
Open Education Strategy at Universities in Hokkaido Region utilizing OER
574 Larry Cooperman, Stefano Stefan and Gary Matkin
University of California, Irvine
Open Education Tool Development as Strategy
529 Rory McGreal, Terry Anderson and Dianne Conrad
Athabasca University
Open Educational Resources in Canada 2016
539 Jenni Hayman
Arizona State University
P2P Networks and Use of OER at U.S. Public Research Universities
605 Andreia Inamorato Dos Santos, Yves Punie and Jonatan Castano Munoz
Euroepan Commission, JRC IPTS
Supporting Openness: an introduction to the OpenEdu framework on the10 dimensions of Open Education
899 Willem van Valkenburg
TU Delft
The impact of 30 TU Delft MOOCs and the next step
596 Alannah Fitzgerald, Ruchika Arora, Jessica Xiao, Andras Lenart and Emilie Salvi
Concordia University, McGill University, SOAS, University of London, SOAS, University of London
When a MOOC became a GROOC we all became co-creators
591 Leigh-Anne Perryman and Beatriz de Los Arcos
The Open University
Women’s empowerment through openness: OER, OEP and the Sustainable Development Goals
835 Nicole Allen, Mary Lou Forward, Cable Green and Alek Tarkowski
[Action Lab] From Strategy to Implementation: Taking action on OER
530 Robert Bonk
Widener University
[Action Lab] Open Access Education in Professional Writing: The LOOC Model at Widener University
671 Antonio Carlos Ruiz Soria and Justyna Molendowska-Ruiz
Economia Creativa Consultancy
[Action Lab] The Role of Stakeholders and Parterships in Open Education
569 Tim Seal and Rhiannon Moore
The Open University, Young Lives, University of Oxford
“This was for the first time that I used the net independently”: Fostering digital literacies through MOOC delivery structures in a developing context

Research to Advance Open Education

581 Francisco Iniesto and Covadonga Rodrigo
Open University, UNED- Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
Can user recommendations be useful for improving MOOCs accessibility? A project for inclusive design and profitable feedback
653 Esther Tan and Christian M. Stracke
Open Universiteit Nederland
Designing MOOCs to Support Use of Different Types of Knowledge Resources in Learning Anytime, Anywhere
813 Nicolai van der Woert
Radboud University Medical Center
Designing sustainable governance for open education in healthcare: an ecosystems perspective and complexity theory view
851 Nicolai van der Woert
Radboud University Medical Center
Designing sustainable governance for open education in healthcare: an ecosystems perspective and complexity theory view
541 Secil Tisoglu Kaya, Kadir Yucel Kaya and Kursat Cagiltay
Middle East Technical University
Exploring the Non-obligatory Use of Open Educational Resources: A Case Study
545 Colin Madland
Thompson Rivers University
Exploring the Remix Hypothesis
577 Mohammad Muzammil, Heriyanni Mashithoh and Ginta Ginting
UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA
Facing the Challenge of Globalization Education: Building The Capacity of Staff Through Creating Organizational Learning Culture and Knowledge Management (Case: Universitas Terbuka)
766 Mohammad Muzammil, Heriyanni Mashithoh and Ginta Ginting
Universitas Terbuka
Facing the Challenge of Globalization Education: Building The Capacity of Staff Through Creating Organizational Learning Culture and Knowledge Management (Case: Universitas Terbuka)
534 Martin Weller, Bea de Los Arcos, Beck Pitt and Robert Farrow
Open University
Identifying Categories of OER Users
590 Christian M. Stracke
Open University of the Netherlands
Is Open Education a revolution or are MOOCs only marketing instruments?
592 Nelson Piedra, Janneth Chicaiza, Jorge Lopez-Vargas and Edmundo Tovar
Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, UTPL, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Maximizing the Integration of OERs into designing of Higher Education Courses. An approach of OER re-use based on linked OER data
800 Svetlana Knyazeva
UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education
OER and MOOCs in English- and non-English-speaking countries: credentialing of learning results
537 Robert Schuwer and Ben Janssen
Fontys University of Applied Sciences
OER and MOOCs in the Netherlands: State of Affairs
815 Viviane Vladimirschi
Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada
OER Learning Design Guidelines for Brazilian K-12 Teachers, Supporting the Development of their Professional Practice
571 John Hilton
Brigham Young University
OER Research Fellows: Research in Action
556 Ronald Macintyre
The Open University
Open Education and the Hidden Tariff
576 Devi Ayuni, Andy Mulyana and Ginta Ginting
UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA
Open Education Bridging the Gap Inequality of Higher Education (Opportunity Case: E-learning Strategy Indonesian Open Distance Education)
810 Bernard Nkuyubwatsi
The University of Leicester
Opening up higher education in Rwanda: The potential contribution of extension Massive Open Online Courses (xMOOCs), Open Educational Resources (OER) units in the MIT Open Courseware and different stakeholders
655 John Hilton
Brigham Young University
Recent Studies in OER Adoption
575 Ginta Ginting
Universitas Terbuka
Reconsider the Role of MOOCs in Open and Distance Learning for Further Institutional Justification
589 Francisco Iniesto, Patrick McAndrew, Shailey Minocha and Tim Coughlan
Open University
The current state of accessibility of MOOCs: What are the next steps?
552 Henry Trotter and Glenda Cox
University of Cape Town
The OER Adoption Pyramid
548 Glenda Cox
University of Cape Town
The OER quality debate: explaining academics’ attitudes about quality.
579 Alessandra Antonaci, Christian Stracke, Roland Klemke and Marcus Specht
Welten Institute – Research Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology, Open University of the Netherlands
Toward a Framework to evaluate Quality in Open Education
582 Katerina Riviou, Christian M. Stracke and Marcus Specht
Welten Institute – Research Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology, Open University of the Netherlands
Towards Defining a Quality Reference Framework for MOOCs
832 Sujata Santosh
Indira Gandhi National Open University
Use of Open Educational Resources in Distance Education – Opportunities and Challenges in Indian Scenario
604 Lauryn Oates and Jamshid Hashimi
Darakht-e Danesh Online Library for Educators in Afghanistan
Using Open Education Resources in Afghanistan: The Experience So Far
807 Chrissi Nerantzi
Manchester Metropolitan University
“I would probably find it quite hard if I had to do it in a foreign language”: Exploring learner experiences in open cross-institutional and cross-cultural professional development courses in higher education

Open Education Initiatives in Europe

553 Tomasz Boiński
Gdańsk University of Technology
Adaption of Open Science Paradigm at Gdańsk University of Technology
532 Bardhyl Jashari and Tamara Resavska
Metamorphosis Foundation
Open Educational Resources Initiative in Macedonia
550 Ronald Macintyre
The Open University
Reflecting on Open Educational Practices in Scotland
573 Yakov Somov and Anastasia Samsonova
Lektorium
Russian MOOCs: Introducing Lektorium
549 Maartje Henderikx, Karel Kreijns and Marco Kalz
Open University Netherlands
SOONER: A 5-year study on structural and organizational embedding of Open and Online Education in the Netherlands
586 Jan Neumann and Rob Farrow
North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre (hbz), Open University UK
The big picture: OER in Europe powered by OER World Map
565 Sylvi Vigmo and Linda Bradley
University of Gothenburg, Chalmers University of Technology
The essence of pedagogical design in OER – teachers’ framing in an Open Educational Practice

Action Lab

688 Christian M. Stracke
OU Netherlands
How to re-establish Openness as default? Towards a global joint initiative
859 Christian M. Stracke
The Open University Netherlands
[Action Lab] How to re-establish Openness as default? Towards a global joint initiative
684 Gard Titlestad, Torunn Gjelsvik, Willem van Valkenburg, Linda Bradley and Sylvi Vigmo
ICDE, TU Delft, University of Gothenburg
[Action Lab] Less commonly used languages and OER
600 Jan Neumann
North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre (hbz)
[Action Lab] OER World Map Workshop
528 Vladan Devedzic and Michal Nowakowski
University of Belgrade and Institute for Sustainable Technologies – National Reaserch Institute
[Action Lab] Open Badges in Education 2016, part I
873 Vladan Devedzic and Michal Nowakowski
University of Belgrade and Institute for Sustainable Technologies – National Reaserch Institute
[Action Lab] Open Badges in Education 2016, part II
578 Martijn Ouwehand and Willem van Valkenburg
Delft University of Technology
[Action Lab] Open Course Design Workshop
686 Jess Mitchell, Jutta Treviranus and Eva DeLera
Inclusive Design Research Centre
[Action Lab] Salad dressing, pendula, navels, scraped knees and future-friendly learning (Accessibility and OER)
580 Camila Morais Canellas and Colin De La Higuera
Universite de Nantes
[Action Lab] Teaching coding and computer science: a test case for OER?
562 Robert Farrow, Beatriz de Los Arcos, Rebecca Pitt and Martin Weller
The Open University
[Action Lab] The Open Research Agenda