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Tuesday, November 26 • 15:30 - 16:00

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In the present paper, the quality assurance framework for OERs and MOOCs in the Erasmus + project “openVM: Opening Education for Developing, Assessing and Recognising Virtual Mobility Skills in Higher Education” is presented. The openVM project aims to support higher education teachers and students in developing, assessing and recognising the skills needed for design, implement and participate in virtual mobility activities in line with Open Education principles. The Quality Assurance Framework is one of the fundamental aspects for the success of the Open Virtual Mobility. Different approaches were combined to ensure the quality of the OpenVM MOOC and OpenVM OERs. The quality assurance of the OpenVM MOOC is addressed through an iterative cycle of design, creation, implementation, and assessment, following the Design-Based Research model (Barab & Squire, 2004). The quality assurance of the OpenVM OERs was addressed by combining elements of the traditional peer-review with social rating. Three main macro-indicators have been identified for the OERs evaluation to assess OER to be included in the Open VM MOOC: 1 Quality 2. Appropriateness and 3. Technical aspects. Each partner was invited to search, select and peer-assess OERs related to the eight skills necessary to be engaged in VM experiences, as stated in the state of the art of the project (IO1). Primary results of the peer-review are presented. Eventually, future directions to ensure the OERs and OpenVM MOOC quality are described.

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Antonella Poce

Associate Professor, Roma Tre University
Antonella Poce is Associate Professor, qualified full professor, in Experimental Pedagogy at the Department of Education – University Roma TRE, where she chairs the Centre for Museum and Digital Studies and the post graduate courses: annual Museum Education and biennial Advanced... Read More →

Francesca Amenduni

PhD student, Roma Tre
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Maria Rosaria Re

PhD, Research fellow, Università Roma Tre, Dep. of Education, Centre for Museum Studies

Mara Valente

University of Roma Tre

Tuesday November 26, 2019 15:30 - 16:00 CET
BL27.06 ground floor classroom - Presentations