How Open and Collaborative Can We be? Rethinking Institutional Cultures and Values in Higher Education

The Project team attended Ascilite 2013 at Macquarie University in Sydney  and presented a concise paper  and a Symposium on the GDinHE module. In the Symposium we invited attending participants to consider three of the challenges in developing and delivering a truly  collaborative Open Educational Module.

Task and Discussion

The participants identified potential barriers and possible solutions to each of the three challenges. Their views were captured in  the following tables.

Challenge 1: Alignment and compatibility of institutional curricula models (including credit levels and teaching periods)

Challenge 1 OER collaborative courses (click to view)

Challenge 2: Enrolment and Assessment of ‘open access’ versus institutional participants and ensuring equal access to institutional owned technologies and licensed resources

Challenge 2 OER collaborative courses (click to view)

Challenge 3: Integration of open platforms of delivery with institutional technologies and administrative systems

Challenge 3 OER collaborative courses (click to view)

We invited the Symposium participants to be part of the first pilot running of the GDinHE module and we look forward to continuing the discussion.

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