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Tuesday, November 26 • 16:15 - 16:45
Impact of OER MOOC on academic teaching practice in Poland

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In this presentation authors will share experience from MOOC on OER organised and carried out for academic teachers and PhD students in Poland during Open Education Week in March 2019. The course was designed as 5 days challenge - each day participants were guided through basic information about benefits and drawbacks of OER and CC licenses to more advanced aspects such as remixing open resources and creating their own materials. It was the 3 edition of the course led by Centre of e-Learning AGH, but the first opened for the whole Polish academic community. The first two editions were conducted locally at AGH in order to pilot the approach and make required amendments.

Short formula, online mode, no participation fee and the OER subject could have been a reason of 102 participants registered for the course overall. 51% of participants has completed the course and received a certificate of completion.

The first, introductory part of the presentation, will briefly show the main assumption of the course, focusing on the course design, the structure, types of activities, tools selected for enhancing learning and a role of facilitators. The second, main part of the talk, will concentrate on findings from the quantitative research - results of several interviews with MOOC participants on their experiences and impact of the course on their daily teaching practice. The interviews will be launched in middle May. The authors are interested in teachers observation on the course design but the main part of research will be focused on the extent of shift in teaching practice that was made in result of the course.

Based on the findings from interviews, authors will present the possible solutions for the course improvement and try to draw a picture of academic teachers usage of Open Educational Resources in their teaching activities.


Karolina Grodecka

AGH University of Science and Technology

Jan Kusiak

AGH University of Science and Technology

Tuesday November 26, 2019 16:15 - 16:45 CET
BL27.05 ground floor classroom - Presentations