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Thursday, November 28 • 14:50 - 15:20
Community of Practice and OER adoption: a successful formula? Preliminary results of research in progress.

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Collaboration between teachers has gotten increased attention over the past decades. Concepts as professional learning communities, communities of practices, workplace learning, informal learning and social networks has evolved rapidly. However, little is yet known about the value of communities on teacher learning and changes in practices, especially in relation to open educational resources (OER). Recent research showed that the adoption of OER in Dutch Higher Education is limited. This study focuses on the value of teacher communities in relation to sharing, using and creating OER. Hence, the research question that will be central in this study is formulated as: How does teachers’ interaction and collaboration within a national community in the Netherlands impact teacher learning and their practices with OER? This presentation will focus on the progress of a longitudinal study on teacher learning, interaction and practices in a national community on Nursing. The results of the baseline measurement will be presented. In addition to this, the research design for the follow-up studies is presented and preliminary findings will be shared as well.

Speakers
avatar for Marjon Baas

Marjon Baas

Educational Technologist, PhD student, Saxion University of Applied Sciences
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Robert Schuwer

Fontys University of Applied Sciences
WA

Wilfried Admiraal

ICLON, Leiden University
EV

Ellen van den Berg

Saxion University of Applied Sciences


Thursday November 28, 2019 14:50 - 15:20
BL28 ground floor classroom - Presentations