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Tuesday, November 26 • 13:45 - 14:15
The butterfly effect: how connecting digital learning materials to the constructive alignment theory may accelerate adoption of OER

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On 1 January 2019, an ambitious program took off to boost innovation of Higher Education in the Netherlands using ICT. The shared ambitions of this program are: better connection to the job market, making education more flexible and learning smarter and better by using technology. The program is divided into 7 areas (zones. In each zone, institutions of HE cooperate to realize these ambitions.

One of the zones is called “Towards digital (open) educational resources”. In this zone, 7 universities and 2 UoAS collaborate to realize the ambition that in 2023, HE institutions in the Netherlands are able to offer teachers and learners the opportunity to determine and use an optimal mix of learning resources. To accomplish this, a.o. improving the technical and organisational infrastructure and enhancing an open infrastructure seamless and transparent with a more closed one is needed. Stimulating the use of open resources is part of the ambition, but open is not considered a dogma in the optimal mix. This is an important difference compared to other programs aiming at stimulating sharing and reuse of OER, treating openness in isolation with non-open resources. We believe that this difference, together with taking the educational vision of the teacher as starting point will widen adoption of open sharing and reuse.

For 2019, the main activity of this zone is to conduct research into the ways students and teachers determine their optimal mix of learning resources and the underlying principles. The results will be the basis for the zone activities in the remaining time of the program. Other activities in 2019 comprise improvements to the available national technical infrastructure and creating awareness among teachers about the opportunities of open pedagogy and open educational practices. In the presentation we will report about the activities and the results of the research.

Speakers
avatar for Marijn Post

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 →
avatar for Lieke Rensink

Lieke Rensink

Projectleader OER, SURF
NW

Nicole Will

Delft University of Technology
avatar for Robert Schuwer

Robert Schuwer

Fontys University of Applied Sciences
avatar for Gaby Lutgens

Gaby Lutgens

Library | Education, skills & support, Maastricht University
My focus is on educational innovation, mainly from the perspective of e-learning and technology enhanced education. Open (and online) education combines both and offer a challenge to organise well. The library looks into services we can offer to teachers (creating and sharing open... Read More →
HB

Hans Beldhuis

University of Groningen
VD

Vincent de Boer

University of Groningen
CV

Cynthia van der Brugge

Leiden University
WK

Wouter Kleijheeg

Erasmus University Rotterdam
GK

Gerlien Klein

Hanze University of Applied Sciences
AS

Arjan Schalken

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
FV

Frederike Vernimmen - de Jong

Maastricht University


Tuesday November 26, 2019 13:45 - 14:15
BL28 ground floor classroom - Presentations