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Thursday, November 28 • 11:10 - 11:20
Embedding research in education via a wiki

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It is important that results from scientific research becomes embedded in the curricula of both universities, schools of applied sciences and schools for secondary vocational education. In the Netherlands, researchers and teachers from “agricultural education” guarantee this by collaborating in making educational material via a community called the “the green knowledge network” (Groen Kennisnet). A nice example of this collaboration are wiki’s that have been created under supervision of Wageningen University & Research – Library. These wiki’s have clear innovative themes, linking science to practice, and are published on an open platform so they can be used easily in courses as digital (open) textbooks. During this short talk we would like to show you our wiki’s, the way they have been created via de Confluence platform and how they are implemented in education. Furthermore, we would like to present our plan to organize workshops for teachers and researchers in other educational theme’s about the technique of making a wiki in Confluence, the translation from science to education and the possibility to publish the wiki’s on an open platform as digital open textbooks.

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Marijn Post

Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen/ Wageningen UR
At the moment I am an advisor in ICT and Learning at the HAN university for applied sciences but until oktober 2019 I worked as an information specialist at WUR-Library. I am an expert in open learning materials, copyrights, and implementing ICT to improve education. At the moment... Read More →
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Marian Van Harmelen

Wageningen UR
Working as an information specialist in the Education Support team of the Library, teaching information literacy in several courses is an important part of my work. In addition, I work on topics such as finding and using open educational resources and copyrights in teaching materials... Read More →
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Rob Van Genderen

Chief editor Groen Kennisnet, Wageningen University & Research
I'm an information specialist in Wageningen University & Research - Library and chief editor / content manager Groen Kennisnet. Groen Kennisnet is a Dutch OA platform to disseminate knowledge from research to professional education. Groen Kennisnet hosts Open textbooks in Confluence... Read More →

Thursday November 28, 2019 11:10 - 11:20 CET
BL28 Carassa Dadda (plenary)