Hewlett 2010 Grantees meeting - Cross border panel and breakout session.
Wiki page for participants of the international panel and cross-national breakout sessions to share thoughts and ideas
International OER Policy: Sharing Goals and Objectives Across Countries
- Moderator: Melissa Hagemann, Senior Program Manager, Information Program, Open Society Institute
- Ben Janssen, Senior Policy Advisor, Open University of the Netherlands
- David Kernohan, UKOER Programme Manager, JISC
- Wayne Mackintosh, Director, OER Foundation
- Catherine Ngugi, Director, OER Africa
- Abel Caine, Program Specialist, Section for ICT in Education, Science and Culture, Information Society Division, UNESCO
- Carolina Rossini, Coordinator, OER Brazil & Fellow, Berkman Center at Harvard University. Green-Paper - The State and Challenges of Open Educational Resources in Brazil
Guidelines for Panel members
- Provide a short overview, maximum of 5 mins
- No slideshow presentations allowed
Breakout session: Cross-national collaboration
- Intended / possible outcomes for the session?
- Opportunity for session participants to continue the discussion generated by the panel.
- What are best practices for working with Ministries of Education?
- What are the other national actors which need to be included in this debate and how?
- Are there policies that apply across country lines? (Do countries have similar problems, which open space for collaboration?)
- Are there opportunities for participants to contribute findings to the OLNet research pool?
- Are there opportunities for countries to collaborate with each other to help achieve their respective policy objectives?
- Ask participants to help identify exemplars of cross-national collaboration in OER? --Wayne Mackintosh 04:48, 16 March 2010 (UTC)
- What are the opportunities and barriers to cross-national collaboration -- --Wayne Mackintosh 04:48, 16 March 2010 (UTC)
- Is cross-national collaboration desirable in OER? --Wayne Mackintosh 04:48, 16 March 2010 (UTC)
- Would it be helpful to develop a communications channel to share information among the national projects? The Poles and Brazilians are beginning to discuss this.
- Session design
- Do we know how many participants are likely to join the session? Eg should be consider small group work or work in plenary? --Wayne Mackintosh 04:56, 16 March 2010 (UTC)
|Work in progress, expect frequent changes. Help and feedback is welcome. See discussion page.|