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Tuesday, November 26 • 13:45 - 14:50
Fostering Open Education: A policymaking co-creation workshop

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Session Table Name: Assisi

The workshop objectives are to give the participants some basic policy co-design skills, and as well as an overview of the key techniques and elements needed to opening up the arenas to foster sustainable policies. In order to support these objectives the workshop is grounded on the participation and co-creation standard developed by OGP to foster the co-creation of national commitments, and uses a set of cards and a canvas (adapted from those developed by the UK Policy Lab) aligning the elements with those recommended by the Ljubljana Action Plan, and the JRC report, Policy Approaches to Open Education.

The workshop aims to raise awareness of the international landscape, to widen participation in the policy co-creation process in specific contexts, to involving a wide range of partners to ensure the correct implementation, to gaining an overview of the opportunities and challenges of an OE policy, and to identification of the key elements the policy must comprise to foster global policy convergence [Haddad & Demsky (1995); Thompson & Cook (2014)]. By using a policy canvas and change cards, the participants consider issues such as who needs to be involved in the policy-making process, and who is needed to implement the policy considering the local context and the sociocultural issues at play, alongside with and other policies or regulatory models to draw upon. The first workshop was held at the OpenMed conference (Rome) with stakeholders from Egypt, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Spain, and UK participated. The second workshop was held at the Open Education Policy Forum (Warsaw_ with participants from Germany, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and The Netherlands The third workshop was held at OER19 (Galway), with participants from Ireland, England, Scotland, Austria, The Netherlands, Australia and Spain discussed the potential of Open Education policies at international level.

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Tuesday November 26, 2019 13:45 - 14:50 CET
BL27 first floor south corridor - Action Lab