Tuesday, 12 April

Tuesday, 12 April
Room A1 Room A2 Room B Room C Room D
08.00 - 16:00 Registrations - Hall 1
9.00 - 11.00
  • Keynote Panel: Opening Up Poland
    Kamil Śliwowski, Jan Kozłowski, Marek Piotrowski, Zbigniew Kąkol, Krzysztof Kurowski and Alek Tarkowski (moderator)
  • 11.00 - 11.30 Tea/Coffee Break
    11.30 - 12.30
  • Reflecting on Open Educational Practices in Scotland
    Ronald Macintyre
  • OER made by Community. Connecting Practices in Open Online Projects
    Jöran Muuß-Merholz, Friederike Siller and Matthias Andrasch
  • [Action Lab] From Strategy to Implementation: Taking action on OER
    Nicole Allen, Mary Lou Forward, Cable Green and Alek Tarkowski
  • Open Educational Resources in Canada 2016
    Rory McGreal, Terry Anderson and Dianne Conrad
  • Atolls, Islands, and Archipelagos: The California OER Council and the New Landscape for Open Education in California
    Lawrence Hanley and Diego Bonilla
  • [Action Lab] Open Access Education in Professional Writing: The LOOC Model at Widener University
    Robert Bonk
  • 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
    Tony Coughlan and Leigh-Anne Perryman
  • Connect the world to China and China to the world
    Rao Shun
  • 12.30 - 13.30 Lunch
    13.30 - 15.00
  • “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
    Chrissi Nerantzi
  • Russian MOOCs: Introducing Lektorium
    Yakov Somov and Anastasia Samsonova
  • Adaption of Open Science Paradigm at Gdańsk University of Technology
    Tomasz Boiński
  • Library as Open Education Leader: A project to grow librarians’ professional development and planning toward open education
    Quill West
  • P2P Networks and Use of OER at U.S. Public Research Universities
    Jenni Hayman
  • Recent Studies in OER Adoption
    John Hilton
  • The creation of equal Opportunity in Education
    Thomas Pilz
  • GitHub collaboration model – lessons for OER
    Jure Cuhalev
  • Open Education Tool Development as Strategy
    Larry Cooperman, Stefano Stefan and Gary Matkin
  • Open Education Bridging the Gap Inequality of Higher Education (Opportunity Case: E-learning Strategy Indonesian Open Distance Education)
    Devi Ayuni, Andy Mulyana and Ginta Ginting
  • Early Experiences of Course Conversion to OER, Process at the Open University of Tanzania
    Doreen Mushi and Brenda Mallinson
  • Designing sustainable governance for open education in healthcare: an ecosystems perspective and complexity theory view
    Nicolai van der Woert
  • [Action Lab] The Role of Stakeholders and Parterships in Open Education
    Antonio Carlos Ruiz Soria and Justyna Molendowska-Ruiz
  • 15.00 - 15.30 Tea/Coffee Break
    15.30 - 17.30
  • Educating for Social Participation: Open Data as Open Educational Resources
    Javiera Atenas and Leo Havemann
  • When a MOOC became a GROOC we all became co-creators
    Alannah Fitzgerald, Ruchika Arora, Jessica Xiao, Andras Lenart and Emilie Salvi
  • OER Learning Design Guidelines for Brazilian K-12 Teachers, Supporting the Development of their Professional Practice
    Viviane Vladimirschi
  • The impact of 30 TU Delft MOOCs and the next step
    Willem van Valkenburg
  • Poster Highlights
  • Poster Highlights will take place in Hall 1.

    Poster presenters will deliver short presentations in Hall 1 from 15:30 until 16:30.

  • The Best of Two Open Worlds at the National Open University of Nigeria
    Jane-Frances Agbu, Fred Mulder, Fred de Vries, Vincent Ado Tenebe and Abel Caine
  • Facing the Challenge of Globalization Education: Building The Capacity of Staff Through Creating Organizational Learning Culture and Knowledge Management (Case: Universitas Terbuka)
    Mohammad Muzammil, Heriyanni Mashithoh and Ginta Ginting
  • [Panel] OER Degree Pathways at Community Colleges Expand Access and Enhance Learning
    Una Daly, James Glapa-Grossklag, Quill West and Richard Sebastian
  • OER Research Fellows: Research in Action
    John Hilton
  • Exploring the Remix Hypothesis
    Colin Madland
  • The OER quality debate: explaining academics’ attitudes about quality.
    Glenda Cox
  • Identifying Categories of OER Users
    Martin Weller, Bea de Los Arcos, Beck Pitt and Robert Farrow
  • edX MOOCs for University Credit: The Instructional Designer Lens
    Jenni Hayman, Patrick Pettyjohn, Renee Pilbeam and Deanna Soth
  • Can user recommendations be useful for improving MOOCs accessibility? A project for inclusive design and profitable feedback
    Francisco Iniesto and Covadonga Rodrigo
  • 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
    Bernard Nkuyubwatsi
  • Designing MOOCs to Support Use of Different Types of Knowledge Resources in Learning Anytime, Anywhere
    Esther Tan and Christian M. Stracke
  • 18.00
  • Opening Reception