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Thursday, November 28 • 11:35 - 12:05
Open Science Strategic Plan: the next step in Open Education at Delft University of Technology

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In 2007 Delft University of Technology launched their OpenCourseWare website. In the university strategic framework 2018-2024 openness is one of the core principles in our strategy. To operationalize the framework, we have been working on a strategic plan for open science. This is drive by our internal strategic framework and external incentives from the Dutch government. Our current government has a strong focus on making open science the norm for universities. The Dutch ministry of education has the goal that “All teachers in higher education share and reuse open educational resources in 2025”.

The new strategic plan addresses these goals along five project lines: Open Access, Open Publishing, FAIR Data, Open Software, Open Education.

There are also three cross-cutting themes that are pre-conditions for a successful implementation:
- Rewards & Recognition: Open Science asks for new incentives and systems for rewards & recognition.
- Intellectual Property and copyright: Open Science asks for more clarity about ownership of research, data, copyright issues and valorisation
- Skills: Open Science asks for new skills in the fields of data management, sharing technologies, educational materials, reusing OER, documenting and use of meta data.

Based on the Open Education Leadership Summit in December 2018 in Paris, we have created a roadmap for Open Education that is aligned with the existing activities, our strategic framework and other activities in the Open Science Strategic Plan.

The over-arching goals is to embed open education in the regular operation. This includes open educational practice in our teacher training programme, excellent teacher support on open education, open as requirement for software services, standardized processes for OpenCourseWare, MOOCs and OpenTextBooks.
It also includes new initiatives, such as replacing commercial textbooks with open resources, collaborative content creation, and altmetrics for open education.

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Willem van Valkenburg

President Open Education Consortium, Delft University of Technology
President of the Board of Open Education Consortium.

Thursday November 28, 2019 11:35 - 12:05 CET
BL28.12 first floor classroom - Presentations