Here, I will discuss topics, and current trends on open, online, flexible and technology enabled/enhanced learning (OOFAT), including Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), Open Educational resourses (OER), Open Educational Practice (OEP, and Open Educational Culture (OEC). In addition I will discuss current trends and news related to quality, innovation, serendipity, rhizome learning, agility, and leadership.
In this live presentation, from DigitalEd moderated by Professor, Dr. Ebba Ossiannilsson, you’ll hear how a formative preparatory course with extensive materials and tests in a web-based environment improved pass rates for incoming first-year mathematics students in Sweden, and ultimately set them on a track to greater success in their pending paths of study.
Dr. Jonathan Watkins, from the University of Birmingham, will take you through a journey through their instance of the Möbius platform. Explore how Möbius promotes learning through active processing and dynamic testing, facilitates evidence-based optimization of learning, and supports an ecosystem of asset creation and sharing.
I Demokrativerkstaden kan elever i årskurs 7–9 pröva på rollen som riksdagsledamot och fatta beslut om viktiga samhällsfrågor.
Demokrativerkstaden är ett spel som bygger på pedagogiken upplevelsebaserat lärande. För en dag intar eleverna rollen som ledamöter i riksdagen. Med stöd av en pekplatta samlar de information, förhandlar med varandra och kommer fram till beslut för att lösa sitt uppdrag som folkvalda.
Creative CommonsOER Policy Registry is currently moved to the OER World Map. The registry allows anybody to easily share, update, and browse open education policies and legislation. It also hosts supporting policy resources such as case studies and guides.
Adding open policies as a new layer to the OER World Map enables open advocates and policymakers to get a more complete picture of all open education activities in a particular country or region.
It is well recognized that Open Educational Resources (OER) serves as a catalyst for lifelong learning (LLL), and Continuous Professional Development (CPD). OER can make significant contributions to the United Nation, UNESCO Sustainability Goals (SDG), especially number 4 on education, with its key pillars of access, equity, equality, quality, and inclusion.
The speed of digitalization is constantly challenging and affecting the ways we work. These challenges require new skills and competencies which again has led to an increasing focus on and demand for lifelong learning by society. Almost 300 delegates from 35 countries are ready to learn more, share experiences and discuss the future of lifelong learning for employability at the conference.