Wednesday, 8 March

Wednesday, 8 March
Auditorium Room 1.41 Room 1.61 Room 1.63 Room 2.61 Room 2.64
08.00 - 9.00 Registrations
9.00 - 10.00

Welcome & Keynote
Opening Remarks: Open Education Consortium President
Introductions: Laura Czerniewicz
Welcome: Dr Max Price
Keynote: Narend Baijnath: The End of the OER Crusade: Towards a New Evangelism
Concluding Remarks: Program Chair: Glenda Cox

10.00 - 10.30 Tea/Coffee Break
10.30 - 12.30 Research in OER
  • Structural, cultural and agential factors influencing the adoption and impact of OEP and OER in the Global South: Theoretical, conceptual and methodological framework for the ROER4D project meta-analysis
    Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams
  • Researching Open Education: A systematic review of GO-GN theses
    Beatriz de Los Arcos, Martin Weller, Rob Farrow, Beck Pitt
  • Current OER Research from the OER Research Fellows
    John Hilton
  • Development of the Open Educational Practices Impact Evaluation Index
    Som Naidu, Shironica Karunanayaka
  • Public/Organizational Change
  • Organizational challenges and opportunities for Open Online Education (OOE): Results of a group-concept mapping study
    Martine Schophuizen, Karel Kreijns, Marco Kalz, Slavi Stoyanov
  • The role of higher education in shaping the future economy
    Emma Fromberg
  • National Open Access Policy and Practice of OER in Kyrgyzstan: The power of small projects.
    Dastan Bekeshev, Lira Samykbaeva
  • Moonshot projects to support Dutch national policy on OER
    Robert Schuwer and Martijn Ouwehand
  • Opening Higher Education
  • Pragmatism vs. Idealism and the Identity Crisis of OER Advocacy
    Rajiv Jhangiani
  • Openness and praxis: Exploring the use of open educational practices for teaching in higher education
    Catherine Cronin
  • Modelling Openness in Academic Professional Development: case study of developing the Digital Fluency course at Open University of Tanzania.
    Brenda Mallinson, Regina Monyemangene, Maria Augusti
  • Opening-up the HE box through cross-boundary collaborative open learning in cross-institutional academic development
    Chrissi Nerantzi
  • MOOCs
  • Panel
    Third Mission of Universities, MOOCs and OERs – sharing knowledge toward development cooperation, social inclusion, dialogue with production sectors, collaboration with external subjects
    Paola Corti, Cable Green, Joseph Pickett, Rory Mc Greal and Jane-Frances Agbu
  • Using a MOOC to flip an aviation classroom and improve student performance
    Jonathan Velazquez
  • An international collaboration in the design experience of a MOOC series
    Paola Corti
  • Open Educational Practice
  • A narrative of open pedagogy using open educational resources.
    Cheryl Belford
  • Papert’s Constructionism: A felicitous partner of OEP
    Linda van Ryneveld
  • Open Practices for Institutional Change
    Quill West
  • Open Credential and Radical Openness
    Michal Kaderka
  • 12.30 - 13.30 Lunch
    13.30 - 15.00 Open Policy
  • Panel
    Saudi Arabia’s National Open Education Strategy, Master Plan & Policy
    Abdullah Almegren, Cable Green, Paul Stacey
  • Action Lab
    Getting involved with Open Government Partnership to advance open education policy
    Jan Gondol, Nicole Allen, Jennryn Wetzler, Hal Plotkin
  • Research in OER
  • Assessing the impact of access to and availability of OER on the emergence and extent of open education practices in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of an ICT-integrated multinational teacher education program in math and science
    Atieno Adala
  • A Study on Cost-Efficiency and Quality of OER Integrated Course Materials
    Mohan Menon, Phalachandra Bhandigadi
  • A study on awareness of ‘OER’ among content creators
    Sarita Kumar, Savithri Singh
  • Schools/ K12
  • A Blueprint for Open Educational Resources implementation in primary and secondary schools
    Rory McGreal
  • A Preliminary Exploration of the Relationships Between Student-Created OER, Sustainability, and Students Success at the Secondary Level
    David Wiley, DeLaina Tonks, Sarah Weston, Ashley Webb
  • OER Use by Public School Students in Pakistan
    Sana Shams, Yasira Waqar, Syed Muslim Raza
  • Faculty and Students
  • Understanding lecturer’s adoption of OER: a multi-factorial approach
    Glenda Cox, Henry Trotter
  • Connecting OER to teachers via open pedagogy
    Martijn Ouwehand, Robert Schuwer
  • The impact of authoring open education resources on student engagement, learning retention and real world application.
    Jasmine Roberts
  • MOOCs
  • Towards a new model for measuring success in MOOCs: The role of participants’ intentions
    Marco Kalz, Maartje Henderikx, Karel Kreijns
  • Action Lab
    Everything you want to know about MOOCs
    Willem Van Valkenburg
  • Open Educational Practice
  • Conceptualising Open Educational Practices in teacher education in East Africa
    Freda Wolfenden
  • Action Lab
    The role of educational developers in supporting open educational practices
    Michael Paskevicius, Vivian Forssman
  • 15.00 - 15.30 Tea/Coffee Break
    15.30 - 17.00 Open Policy
  • OER and Open Access Policy and Opportunities for Advocacy. A Latin American Overview and Experiences from Chile, Colombia and Uruguay
    Amalia Toledo, Maria Juliana Soto
  • Panel
    How to improve Open Education and (re-)use of OER by policies and open licenses?
    Christian M. Stracke, Stavros Panagiotis Xanthopoylos, Cable Green, Alexander Khoroshilov, Mitja Jermol
  • Research in OER
  • Open knowledge across boundaries– a case-study on controversies
    Anne Algers
  • Technology adoption in Education: Challenges to create and share with the OER Ecosystem
    Carmelo Branimir España Villegas, Manuel Caeiro Rodriguez
  • An analysis of awareness, offering and adoption of OER and MOOC in Japan
    Katsusuke Shigeta, Hiroyuki Sakai, Yasuhiko Tsuji, Rieko Inaba, Naoshi Hiraoka
  • Teacher Education
  • OER AS AN INNOVATIVE STRATEGY IN TEACHER PREPARATION AND LEARNING IN KENYA
    Anne Aseey, Julius Mwabora, Clement Munyiri
  • Collaborating for Impact in Education Projects: Learning from Practice
    Melissa King
  • Teacher Professional Learning Communities: a collaborative OER adoption approach in Karnataka, India
    Sriranjani Ranganathan, Gurumurthy Kasinathan
  • OER Access and Adoption
  • Higher Education Faculty Perceptions of Quality of Open Educational Resources in India
    Sanjay Mishra
  • Differentiation in Access to, and the Use and Sharing of (Open) Educational Resources among Students and Lecturers at Kenyan Universities
    Judith Pete, Fred Mulder, Jose Dutra Oliveira Neto, Francesco Pierli
  • Effectiveness of OER use in students’ mathematical outcomes: A case study in Chile
    Werner Westermann
  • Action Lab
    Building a more open, collaborative CC global movement
    Kelsey Wiens, Ryan Merkley, Alek Tarkowski, Delia Browne
  • Action Lab
    Scaling up Open Badges for Open Education
    Ilona Buchem
  • 17.00 Free time