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Wednesday, November 27 • 13:55 - 14:25
The Dutch ‘not going Dutch’: sharing and reusing collections open learning materials within teacher communities and tools they use.

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In the Netherlands communities of teachers gain experience with collaboratively building and reusing collections of qualitative outstanding digital open learning materials. These communities are domain specific and cross-institutional. In addition to a platform where the community can collaborate and a repository where the materials are stored, the community needs to organize and set up a process.
When teachers collaborate in building a collection together they, for instance, need to agree on what the key topics of their collection will be and translate these topics to a domain specific taxonomy that structures their collection and supports findability of the materials. Furthermore, they need to agree on what they qualify as good materials: which materials qualify for reuse and what are the criteria when developing materials together. A quality model is an instrument that can help communities of teachers with this process.

SURF offers a national service that facilitates teacher community's in higher education to share and reuse each other’s digital learning materials freely and successfully under an open license. Findability, relevance and quality assurance of these open educational resources are key. Therefor the quality models, marks and taxonomy's are embedded in this service.

During the presentation the audience will be inspired and understand more how Dutch communities of teachers build en reuse their collections. The audience will receive tools for building a collection with communities of teachers and learn the added value of two specific instruments for building sustainable collections with communities of teachers: 1. Quality models and quality marks and 2. Specialized vocabularies for structuring the collection and increasing findability.

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Lieke Rensink

Projectleader OER, SURF

Kirsten Veelo

Projectmanager Open Leermaterialen, SURF

Wednesday November 27, 2019 13:55 - 14:25 CET
BL28 ground floor classroom - Presentations