Coep/2019 symposium

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2019 Symposium proceedings

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A better world through open education, the inaugural symposium of the Centre for Open Education Practice, was hosted by Otago Polytechic in Dunedin, New Zealand, on 5th - 6th December 2019.

The symposium's theme was social justice and open education. The programme covered a wide range of topics through keynote addresses, presentations and workshops. The symposium closed with a Planning Sprint, where participants brainstormed ideas for progressing mainstream adoption of open education practices in Aotearoa New Zealand. This was the first stage of COEP's initiative to develop a transparent and collaborative planning process for Aotearoa New Zealand in response to the 2109 UNESCO Recommendation for OER.

Notes from the sessions, and links to slides and video recordings where available, are presented below. The notes were taken by a different 'scribe' for each session, so reflect the notetaker's individual perspective.

(This page is displayed in an 'accordion' format. To view the content for each speaker, click on the small down arrow on the right-hand side of the page next to the speaker's name.)

DAY 1 - 5th December 2019

Welcome and keynote presentations

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Keynote: Creating a Course Towards Open Innovation

Keynote: Open Textbooks - What’s Stopping Us and Why We Need Them

Morning parallel sessions

Student Views on Textbook Costs

Open as a Mindset

Confessions of an Open Access Journal Editor

Maori Data Sovereignty and Open Source

The Future of Academic Journals

OERu’s Delivery Model for Changing Times: An Open Source NGDLE

Afternoon plenary sessions

Get Your Copyright Game On!

Keynote: Social Justice Matters - A Reflection on the Promise and Possibility of Tertiary Education

Afternoon parallel sessions

Sustainable RoVE Futures

Ako and Open Education Practices: What We Share, Who With and Why

Open Knowledge and Open Educational Platforms

It’s a Small World After All: The OER’s Implementation of Micro Courses and Credentialling

Hacking a Textbook… in a Weekend

Open Education and training in the travel and tourism industry

"Will that be on the wiki?"

First Day Closing remarks

DAY 2 - 6th December 2019


Practical Ways to Promote Academic Engagement in OER