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Welcome to OERcamp.global 2021, the first 48-hour Festival for Open Education and OER. Please visit https://oercamp.global for free registration! All sessions will take place in Zoom.
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Thursday, December 9
 

1:00pm UTC

Hour 1: Opening Plenary
Thursday December 9, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm UTC
Agenda

1:00pm UTC

🔴 Welcome! OERcamp.global Opening
Welcome to OERcamp.global! You will hear from your hosts and the team behind our global gathering. We will explain how the next 47 hours could work for you. And of course you will get to know each other!

Please join us, together with:
Dr. Marielza Oliveira, Director for Partnerships and Operational Programme Monitoring, UNESCO
Walter Hirche, Chair of the Education Committee, German Commission for UNESCO
Jöran Muuß-Merholz, Founder of OERcamps

Moderators
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Founder, Agentur J&K GmbH Co. KG
OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted in a UNESCO Report on OER. Read more ... https://www.oercamp.de/about-oercamps-in-english/ 

Speakers
avatar for Walter Hirche

Walter Hirche

Chair of the Education Committee, German Commission for UNESCO
Walter Hirche serves as Chair of the German Commission for UNESCO’s Education Committee and as Counsellor to the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the international dimension of Education for Sustainable Development.Walter Hirche represented Germany in UNESCO’s... Read More →
DM

Dr. Marielza Oliveira

Director for Partnerships and Operational Programme Monitoring, UNESCO


Thursday December 9, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

2:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 2:00pm - 2:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

2:00pm UTC

Hour 2: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
Agenda

2:00pm UTC

⚠️ CANCELLED 🔴 How to rocket fuel the uptake of OER in large organisations, and H5P's take on OER
The H5P OER Hub will be demoed. Current state of OER in the world and organisations readiness will be discussed.

Speakers

Thursday December 9, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

2:00pm UTC

🔴 MUNDO: an insight into the open Media Portal for schools in Germany
The open media portal MUNDO is carried out by the FWU Institute for Film and Image in Science and Education gGmbH, the media institute of the federal states and is part of the DigitalPact for Schools. It contains free digital media and OER which is checked by our educational editors. The project also supports the exchange of materials and metadata.
The session will give an overview of the material and functionalities of MUNDO such as the findability of OER, the filter function, the rating of media and the possibility of suggesting new one. Afterwards we would like to discuss the project with you and answer any questions.
The recording of the session is now availlable on https://youtu.be/DV4nacdjy9I

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Susanne Friz

Dr. Susanne Friz

FWU Institut für FIlm und Bild
avatar for Christina König

Christina König

Redaktion MUNDO, FWU Institut für Film und Bild
Digital Education, Media, Open Educational Resources


MUNDO pptx

Thursday December 9, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

2:00pm UTC

Global OER Graduate Network: The doctoral community for open research
Since 2013 the Global OER Graduate Network (GO-GN) has acted as a community of practice and support for doctoral students around the world. The aims of the GO-GN are to: raise the profile of research into open education; offer support for those conducting Ph.D/Ed.D research in this area; promote equity and inclusion in the field of open education research; and develop openness as a process of research. In this presentation we review the activity and achievements of the network and invite delegates to communicate their thoughts on the priority areas for open education research in the future. GO-GN is currently funded through the OER programme of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and administered by the Open Education Research Hub from the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University, UK.

https://go-gn.net/

Speakers
avatar for Beck Pitt

Beck Pitt

Research Fellow, The Open University
avatar for Rob Farrow

Rob Farrow

Senior Research Fellow, The Open University
Senior Research Fellow @openuniversity / Open Education through a philosophical lens / Projects: @oer_hub @gogn_oer Project URLS:https://encoreproject.eu/http://go-gn.net/https://emc.eadtu.eu/emc-lm/http://oerhub.net/
avatar for Martin Weller

Martin Weller

Professor of Educational Technology, The Open University
Digital scholarship, open education, OER Research Hub, ICDE Chair in OER, Battle for Open book


Thursday December 9, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout

3:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 3:00pm - 3:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

3:00pm UTC

Hour 3: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Agenda

3:00pm UTC

Culture of Sharing: The democratizing effect of OER
How can teachers connect school books and OER in class. And in what way does OER support the democratizing effect of young learners having the opportunity to inform themselves further about political issues.

OER is a core topic of werkstatt.bpb.de - https://www.bpb.de/lernen/digitale-bildung/werkstatt/222073/open-educational-resources-oer
Our theme focus at the moment: decomcracy education - https://www.bpb.de/lernen/digitale-bildung/werkstatt/335255/digitalisierte-demokratie

Speakers

Thursday December 9, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

3:00pm UTC

Creating Scalable and Sustainable Initiatives for OER Use and Creation Across a Multi-Campus University System
This session will provide an overview of the plan that we created at Penn State University for open education initiatives aimed at faculty engagement and professional development. Our goal was to build upon existing initiatives and develop long-term strategic support for services that would be scalable across Penn State’s 24 residential campuses and online World Campus.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan McGeary

Bryan McGeary

Learning Design & Open Education Engagement Librarian, Penn State University
avatar for Christina Riehman-Murphy

Christina Riehman-Murphy

Open & Affordable Educational Resources Librarian, Penn State Abington Library
Christina Riehman-Murphy, Assistant Librarian, is a Reference & Instruction Librarian at Penn State Abington College. She has her MSLS from Clarion University and a BA in English and Secondary Education from The Catholic University of America. She is the liaison for open Initiatives... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

3:00pm UTC

Landscapes of policy in open education
We have recently been working on the topic of OE policy from the angles of landscape and maps; collecting, curating and reviewing in order to build up a big picture of the current state of policy, and trying to devise pathways towards desired policy destinations. In both cases the territory that concerns us, that we are trying to understand and navigate, is the real world of the lived experience of learning, teaching, creation and collaboration inside and outside of educational organisations, by educators, and of those who seek learning through formal or other channels.
In this session we propose to discuss findings from our review of the makeup of the current landscape of OE policy, to highlight the current direction of travel. Furthermore, we will argue that in seeking pathways towards open futures, we may need to recalibrate our instruments to better reflect the rich and complex territory of actual practices.


Thursday December 9, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

3:00pm UTC

🔴 Innovative Approaches to developing interactive educational resources for teaching, learning and training using H5P Technology
This presentation will survey Open Education Practices (OEP) and new dimensions in creating interactive Open Educational Resources (OER) for teaching, learning and training. We will focus on approaches for (1) Repurposing available OER from SkillCommons and MERLOT OER repositories; (2) We will also discuss best practices for creating interactive open educational resources using H5P authoring tools. Current H5P authoring technology options using a desktop application, in Moodle LMS, using H5P.com, in Wordpress or in Pressbooks - Prof. Moustapha Diack and Sushumna Rao oversees MERLOT-SkillsCommons' Initiative -REVISE & REMIX With H5P (https://oep.merlot.org/h_5_p.html).

Speakers
avatar for Prof. Moustapha Diack

Prof. Moustapha Diack

Professor, Southern University system
Professor Moustapha Diack is former Associate Vice President for Online Learning Services for the Southern University System (SUS). He is currently affiliated with the Doctoral Program in Sciences/Math Education, College of Sciences and Engineering, at Southern University in Baton... Read More →
avatar for Mrs. Sushumna Rao

Mrs. Sushumna Rao

LMS Advisor, Ethiraj College For Women
As an Ed-tech trainer, e-content developer, I work with teachers and educators. As part of my job I design engaging, interactive sessions and conduct them. These sessions keeps me busy and make me a lifelong learner. Supporting higher education teachers / school teachers and students... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

4:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 4:00pm - 4:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

4:00pm UTC

Hour 4: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Agenda

4:00pm UTC

Computational Thinking for primary schools: What kids need to know about computers
In the session, a competency framework will be presented that includes the most important computational thinking competencies for primary school students.

Speakers
avatar for Jan Pawlowski

Jan Pawlowski

Professor Business Information Systems, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences
research on OER, in particular for schools. Active in different projects on computational thinking / computer science / citizen science in schools.


Thursday December 9, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

4:00pm UTC

EduCoop - Online Course About Co-Creation Open Education Resources
In my presentation, I would like to show an open online course that support the creation of open educational resources by teachers and librarians in Poland. Course was created as part of the Centrum Cyfrowe (Digitali Center Poland) project: SpołEd (EduCoop).
What I’m going to talk about:
- description of the Open Education Cooperative project
- course description and usage suggestions
- EduCoop method
I would like there to be space during the presentation for active participation, asking questions, adding insights and ideas, and possibly a short sample of the course itself.

Speakers
avatar for Aleksandra Czetwertynska

Aleksandra Czetwertynska

head of Open Education Team, Centrum Cyfrowe
Polish language and culture specialist, cultural activity organizer, trainer, active participant in education and the NGO environment. She has coordinated projects involving film education (Filmoteka Szkolna. Akcja!), literacy (Miłosz OdNowa) and cultural education (Sztuka Zaangażowana... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

4:00pm UTC

🔴 OER in Blended Learning Course Design for Pre-Service Teachers
This presentation will highlight what the Professional School of Education Stuttgart Ludwigsburg does to create blended learning courses using OER and to promote awareness and use of OER to pre-service teachers (Lehramt students)/teachers in training to develop lessons and online courses as part of their studies. In this way, pre-service teachers are informed and know how to search and find course materials for their classes before they start teaching.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Powers

Richard Powers

Learning Designer, Professional School of Education--Stuttgart University
Mediendidaktik Expert, Speaker & Learning DesignerHi, Everyone--Looking forward to hosting on Thursday, December 9, from 4 to 5 p.m. UTC (5 to 6 p.m. European Central). We'll talk about blended learning & OER for pre-service teachers.Here are some things about me:*Experienced Mediendidaktiker/Consultant... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

5:00pm UTC

Hour 5: Plenary Hour
Thursday December 9, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm UTC
Agenda

5:00pm UTC

🔴 Keynote: My Journey Towards Openness: Reflections on why we engage with open licensing
This presentation will explore how significant global developments, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, have increased the imperative for openness in education systems globally and how this can be supported through effective use of OERs. It will illustrate how current thinking about OER policies and open licensing limits this potential for openness and how we might approach OER policy development differently to respond to these imperatives.

Moderators
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Founder, Agentur J&K GmbH Co. KG
OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted in a UNESCO Report on OER. Read more ... https://www.oercamp.de/about-oercamps-in-english/ 

Speakers
NB

Neil Butcher

Director, Neil Butcher & Associates
Neil Butcher is based in South Africa, from where he has provided policy and technical advice and support to a range of national and international clients regarding educational planning, uses of educational technology and distance education, both as a full-time employee at the South... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

6:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 6:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

6:00pm UTC

Hour 6: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Agenda

6:00pm UTC

Open Syllabus: The UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
We will share the open syllabus and course materials we developed to teach the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. We will also have a hands on portion where people can interact with the discussion questions and multiple choice questions hosted on Wikiversity. Our project is part of Open Education for a Better World (OE4BW) and we are actively seeking people to collaborate by reviewing, adopting, or co-teaching the course.

Speakers
avatar for Geoffrey Cain

Geoffrey Cain

Curriculum & Instructional Design Specialist, Clover Park Technical College
Geoff Cain is a teacher, writer, and education consultant who currently consults on curriculum development, student success in online learning, and a wide variety of instructional design projects. He has previously taught English and Adult Basic Education in the community colleges... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller

Independent Scholar
Jennifer Miller has over 10 years' higher education teaching experience in public policy at the University of Southern California, North Carolina State University, and UNC - Chapel Hill. She has received three grants for development of innovative teaching practices. She is currently... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

6:00pm UTC

🔴 Why broadcasters love CC-BY content for Education / lessons learned
Recording: https://youtu.be/SQwE1YKZpHo

Due to the pandemic acceleration of digitization in schools, the demand for rights-free and educationally relevant moving image material has increased even further. With CC licenses, the broadcaster ZDF has found a good way to release selected content within a protected legal framework. Teachers at various educational institutions see great potential for using the clips. In a time of crisis, we can learn together.

Speakers
avatar for Bernd Fiedler

Bernd Fiedler

Project Manager Public Policy, Wikimedia Deutschland e. V.



Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

6:00pm UTC

Leveraging the Magical Documentation Site Generator Docsify for Open Courses and Publishing
In this session Paul Hibbitts will demonstrate his open source Docsify Open Course and Open Publishing Starter Kits, both of which are intended to help others use Docsify.js.org more quickly and easily. A unique aspect of both Docsify Starter Kits is that page content can also be seamlessly embedded into other systems (i.e. LMSs, CMSs, etc.). Docsify sites can be hosted on GitHub/GitLab Pages without a dedicated build process, which many of us mere mortals look at as truly 'magical'.

Did you miss the session? All of Paul's Docsify projects are available at github.com/hibbitts-design.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Hibbitts

Paul Hibbitts

Educator, Interaction Designer and Open Source Author, Hibbitts Design / Simon Fraser University
Helping tech-savvy or curious educators leverage open content tools, inside or outside of an LMS🚀 Open Source is Choice.


Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

6:00pm UTC

Open Pedagogy Project Management: A packing list for success
Learn about The Open Pedagogy Project Roadmap, a module-based discipline-agnostic workshop that will assist faculty in planning, finding support for, sharing, and sustaining an open pedagogy project regardless of its size or scope. The four modules of the Roadmap guide faculty through the 5 Ss of open pedagogy projects: Scope, Support, Students, Sharing, and Sustaining.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan McGeary

Bryan McGeary

Learning Design & Open Education Engagement Librarian, Penn State University
avatar for Christina Riehman-Murphy

Christina Riehman-Murphy

Open & Affordable Educational Resources Librarian, Penn State Abington Library
Christina Riehman-Murphy, Assistant Librarian, is a Reference & Instruction Librarian at Penn State Abington College. She has her MSLS from Clarion University and a BA in English and Secondary Education from The Catholic University of America. She is the liaison for open Initiatives... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

6:00pm UTC

🔴 What are OERcamps, and where did they come from? (Podcast session)

The first OERcamp took place in Bremen (Germany) in 2012. We are looking back at almost 10 years with BarCamps and other formats of user-generated unconferencing. 

This session will be a conversation between Alan from OE Global plus Kristin and Jöran from the OERcamp team. It will be recorded as a new episode for the OEG Voices Podcast. Think of this as "live from the campground" field recording, we hope our audience is willing to share their experiences (so far) at OERcamp.

The podcast is now available at https://podcast.oeglobal.org/2021/12/13/voices-27/ and this is the first episode to make us of our OEG Voices remixer (Kristin and Jöran both appear in the mix!) Thanks as well to Gina for contributing her perspective as a participant.



Speakers
avatar for Alan Levine

Alan Levine

Director Membership Strategy & Community Engagement, Open Education Global
Barks about and plays with web tech. Likes photography, guitars, storytelling, blogging, hiking, coding, the Who. Hates egos and spammers. Has shots.
avatar for Kristin Hirschmann

Kristin Hirschmann

program coordination, Agentur J&K
I am Kristin (Hirschmann) organizing and designing small and big events all around OER in at "Agency J&K – Jöran und Konsorten". I am the project lead of OERcamps.OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted... Read More →
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Founder, Agentur J&K GmbH Co. KG
OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted in a UNESCO Report on OER. Read more ... https://www.oercamp.de/about-oercamps-in-english/ 


Thursday December 9, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Purple Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

7:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 7:00pm - 7:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

7:00pm UTC

Hour 7: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Agenda

7:00pm UTC

🔴 OER & Lifelong Learning: Creating a Measurement Instrument
Participants will engage with a 3 year research project funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS, United States) that is creating an instrument to measure OER’s efficacy on lifelong learning competencies. Participants will look at potential survey items and discuss which ones most and least reflect lifelong learning in their contexts. Session recording available on YouTube here

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Holmes

Jamie Holmes

Reference & Instruction Librarian, Tulsa Community College
avatar for Marla Lobley

Marla Lobley

Project coordinator, East Central University
I am librarian and grant project coordinator at East Central University in Ada, OK. I graduated from the University of North Texas with a B.S. in Family Studies and a Master's in Library Science. My research interests include open education, user experience, and lifelong learning... Read More →
avatar for Kathy Essmiller

Kathy Essmiller

Coordinator, OpenOKState | OER Librarian, Oklahoma State University
I have grown two kids, a pack of dogs, and I love to camp in the mountains. Also happy to talk about Open Educational Resources, the arts (I am a former MS/HS band director), educational technology and instructional design, and how amazing it is to get to work in a Library.



Thursday December 9, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Purple Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

7:00pm UTC

🔴 Moving to the center—Systemic Adoption of Open Educational Practices
The adoption of Open Educational Resources (OER) in many institutions sits on the periphery without real large scale and institution-wide impact. This is the most potent of all challenges facing systemic adoption of Open Educational Practices (OEP). In this presentation, we will share our initiatives and experiences with institutional capacity building on the adoption of OER and OEP in Sri Lanka.

Link to the presentation slides (SlideShare): https://www.slideshare.net/shka/oer-camp-global2021karunanayakanaidu

Link to the video recording (Vimeo): https://vimeo.com/656416456


Speakers
avatar for Shironica P. Karunanayaka

Shironica P. Karunanayaka

Senior Professor in Educational Technology, The Open University of Sri Lanka
Shironica P. Karunanayaka is a Senior Professor in Educational Technology at the Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL). She is a former Dean of the Faculty of Education. Prof. Karunanayaka has been an academic at OUSL since 1993. She holds a first class in the BSc degree from the OUSL... Read More →
avatar for Som Naidu

Som Naidu

Principal Associate, Technology, Education and Design Associates
I possess extensive experience in the enhancement of learning and teaching at all levels of education and across all sectors, in a variety of jurisdictions. This includes leadership roles and an extensive and internationally reputable profile in both developing contexts such as the... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

7:00pm UTC

🔴 Open Source Belongs In School. Let's Put It There!
Open source software can make a big difference in schools, but very few schools choose to employ it. The Penguin Corps, Aspen Academy’s Linux club, uses Open Source software to recycle computers for their fellow students. Stu Keroff & Penguin Corps students will talk about how they helped their school with Open Source, and how you can, too!

Speakers
avatar for Stu Keroff

Stu Keroff

Technology Integrationist, Aspen Academy
Stu Keroff is a technology integrationist at Aspen Academy in Savage. He is the founder of the first two middle school Linux clubs in Minnesota: the Community School of Excellence Asian Penguins and the Aspen Academy Penguin Corps. He has spent the last 10 years speaking and writing... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

7:00pm UTC

🔴 Why I stopped using books in my classes and what has happened since
About 3 years ago I stopped requiring books for my classes. I'll be sharing the positives and negatives of doing this and some lessons learned from the experience.

Speakers
avatar for Marcelo Guerra Hahn

Marcelo Guerra Hahn

Adjunct Instructor, Lake Washington Institute of Technology


Thursday December 9, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

8:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 8:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

8:00pm UTC

Hour 8: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Agenda

8:00pm UTC

🔴 Graduate Student Perceptions of OER
Research has become well established which explores faculty and student perspectives of OER, but studies exploring understanding of the graduate student experience with OER continue to emerge. Join a group of graduate teaching assistants/associates from the Oklahoma State University Department of English as they collaboratively reflect upon their Fall 2021 experience piloting a soon to be published OER developed specifically for the OKState Comp I program. View Presentation Recording

Speakers
avatar for Kathy Essmiller

Kathy Essmiller

Coordinator, OpenOKState | OER Librarian, Oklahoma State University
I have grown two kids, a pack of dogs, and I love to camp in the mountains. Also happy to talk about Open Educational Resources, the arts (I am a former MS/HS band director), educational technology and instructional design, and how amazing it is to get to work in a Library.



Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Purple Room Zoom Breakout
  Ask me Anything (AMA)

8:00pm UTC

🔴 OER Digital Magazines: A Student Publishing Project for the Classroom
In this workshop, explore a complete magazine OER template (https://bit.ly/OLClassMag) that can be used as is; curated with additional content; or modified with students’ work. Attendees will modify the template in Google Slides, discuss how to repurpose OER magazines, and publish digitally for free. Additional samples published using the template can be viewed at https://bit.ly/FeaturedClassMags.

Speakers
avatar for Deborah Gaiefsky

Deborah Gaiefsky

Co-founder, My Class Mag
Human resources professional turned ESL educator in 2011, I am now a passionate Open Education Advocate! I am interested in multilingualism, openness, and community-centered education.


Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

8:00pm UTC

🔴 Create Inclusion with Microinstruction in OpenEd Design and Use
The portion of this session will discuss the basics of microinstruction, realistic best practices for design and use, and how these increase inclusion for learners and users of open education resources. The second portion will be a time for questions, discussion, suggestions, and/or collaboration between presenter and participants.

https://youtu.be/nIsD24jSK-g


Speakers
avatar for Lindsay Mitchell

Lindsay Mitchell

Pinkerton Academy
I am an educator and consultant who believes in the immense potential of any learner; and that every learner should have easy access to knowledge and learning. I also believe that as educators and designers we need to ensure that our design is inclusive in how it is designed and how... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

8:00pm UTC

🔴 Let us Show what Open Can Do
With three websites the new Danish organisation OpenDenmark are looking for new ways to show and tell about the power of open. In this session we will show you the status and experiences from our efferts.
Notes are at http://kortlink.dk/2d8r9

The recording of the session can be seen here: https://vimeo.com/655104394

Speakers
avatar for Peter Leth

Peter Leth

Educational Advisor, Skoletube
Peter Leth is an educational consultant and teacher. He is an expert in the didactics of media and a co-founder of Skoletube (English: Schooltube). Peter currently works as chairman of the associations OpenDenmark and Creative Commons Denmark. Additionally, he has developed digital... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

8:00pm UTC

🔴 Teaching mathematics with H5P
Using H5P in everyday mathematics teaching. How to Create, Share, Reuse and modify interactive content.
Problems with mathematical notation and how to avoid them.

link to the recording https://youtu.be/fzbYNVWN0H4 

Speakers
avatar for Igor Bogdanoski

Igor Bogdanoski

mathematics teacher, OOU "Blaze Koneski" - Prilep



Thursday December 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

9:00pm UTC

Hour 9: Plenary Hour
Thursday December 9, 2021 9:00pm - 10:00pm UTC
Agenda

9:00pm UTC

🔴 Keynote: OER integration in West Africa – Sahel: experience, challenges and way forward
Since the adoption of the Recommendation on Open Educational Resources which seeks to, among other objectives, foster quality and inclusive education through support to the creation, adaptation, use and distribution of open education resources, the pace as well as approaches to its implementation have been uneven among countries in West Africa due to several contextual factors (socio-professional, economic, technology and political) that, despite several initiatives, coalesce to impede on the dynamic.

UNESCO, through its office in West Africa Sahel, has been collaborating with several stakeholders (higher education institutions, ministries of education, curriculum development institutions, teacher training institutions, NGOs, etc.) to trigger support the operationalization of the recommendation in the region. The presentation seeks to share the experience of the past two years by highlighting some of the challenges and opportunities for OER integration.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Michel Kenmoe

Michel Kenmoe

Regional Adviser for Communication and Information, UNESCO
Michel Kenmoe has been working for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for several years. Before joining the Regional Office for West Africa Sahel (Senegal) as Adviser and Head for Communication and Information, he was stationed in Gabon... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 9:00pm - 10:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

10:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00pm - 10:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

10:00pm UTC

Hour 10: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Agenda

10:00pm UTC

Into the Open - Podcasting as a medium for open networking, co-designing, and sharing knowledge
This session will examine the creation process of #IntoTheOpen, a Global Open Graduate Network (#GO-GN) Fellowship project, that aims to foster awareness around the potential of podcasts as an open educational resource and to “open the world” to the possibilities of sharing diverse global voices and perspectives through the medium of audio. 

Here is the link to the presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BlF6rIedgi4QceiC_aa81hAR0_oYABI05aKH6eMHfv4/edit?usp=sharing

Here is the link to the padlet to record your story https://padlet.com/n_neutzling/vxc4w4jlfalgni91

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Neutzling

Nicole Neutzling

Research Assistant/ Teacher, University of Calgary
- K - 12 Open Pedagogy/Design- Graduate Student's perspective on OER and co-design - Podcasting as a medium for creating OER and connecting- #EdTechEthics



Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

10:00pm UTC

🔴 Understanding OER in relation to the CC licenses
There is confusion around what is a Free Culture Work, Open Access and Open Education Resources the session will explore the various Creative Commons license in relation to these.

Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Kure

Kathryn Kure

Founder, STEAM Foundation NPC
Committed to OER; situates OER within an Ethical Framework and considers that Public Funds should be used for Public Good. Deeply aware of context and the criitical importance of human-centred design learning to meet the needs of under-resourced schools in South Africa.
avatar for Jonathan Poritz

Jonathan Poritz

consultant, various



Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

10:00pm UTC

🔴 A model for accessible and inclusive OER science labs
A rigorous chemistry lab course requires hands-on experiments, teamwork, data collection and interpretation. Could it also be accessible, inclusive and OER? Join us to explore the boundaries of what is possible.

Speakers
avatar for Eszter Trufan

Eszter Trufan

Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Houston-Downtown
I love to experiment! That passion extends to all areas of my life from the lab to the classroom and course design. I continually work on designing classes that invite all students to experience diverse activities that help foster interest and enthusiasm for learning and science with... Read More →



Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00pm - Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am UTC
Summer Room Zoom
  Exchange

10:00pm UTC

🔴 Access for All - Looking for Offline OER Solutions beyond Print or PDF
Join this brainstorming session for ways to bring the interactive learning OER to offline settings. With connectivity being a luxury not afforded to all, how can the dynamic learning experiences of OER work offline to equalize the learning for all? What do we need to make the interactivity work offline allowing learners to be served what they need where they are even if that is without connection. This session is intended to start the conversation of ways we can build on existing knowledge to enhance this offline delivery.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Coolidge

Amanda Coolidge

Executive Director, BCcampus
Amanda Coolidge is the Director of Open Education at BCcampus. She leads the BC Open Textbook Project as well as the Open Education initiatives in the province of British Columbia, Canada. The BCcampus Open Education team produces Open Educational Resources (OER) – textbooks, toolkits... Read More →
avatar for Carolee Clyne

Carolee Clyne

Open Education Advisor, BCcampus
Carolee has been supporting faculty in higher education for over 25 years in a variety of roles including computer, library systems, web support, instructional design and registrar systems. Carolee recently completed her PhD exploring how to engage faculty from disciplines such as... Read More →
avatar for Selina McGinnis

Selina McGinnis

User Experience Designer and Information Architect, BCcampus
Selina is a User Experience Designer who is part of a team providing accessible education through open resources for students and instructors. Her most recent work focuses on building a tool to make finding educational materials more successful - that is, not just returning millions... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00pm - Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am UTC
Spring Room Zoom
  Exchange

11:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Thursday December 9, 2021 11:00pm - 11:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

11:00pm UTC

Hour 11: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Thursday December 9, 2021 11:00pm - Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am UTC
Agenda

11:00pm UTC

OER materials and methodology for citizen science projects at schools (focus: computer science)
In our session newly developed OER materials for computer science lessons and a competency-based methodology for educational citizen science will be presented.
Furthermore, we will brainstorm together new ideas for OER materials in computer science and citizen science.
We will work collaboratively on this board: https://miro.com/app/board/uXjVOcHfZBk=/

Speakers
avatar for Annika Nowak

Annika Nowak

Academic Researcher, University of applied sciences Ruhr West


Thursday December 9, 2021 11:00pm - Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

11:00pm UTC

🔴 An OER Textbook: Design Thinking, Piñata Innovation, and Student Content
Giving undergraduate students opportunities in the research, writing, and editing of OER for an OER textbook promotes inclusion, access, and equitability.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Ross-Nazzal

Jim Ross-Nazzal

Professor of History, Houston Community College - Eastside Campus
I am a history instructor at a minority-majority, urban, community college. I am interested in the creation of OER to be used in our own classrooms, specifically US history. The OER that I create includes student content. Students' views are unique (or at least different) from subject... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 11:00pm - Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

11:00pm UTC

🔴 Beyond Copyright: The Ethics of Open Sharing
Presentation based on the policy position taken by the Creative Commons Copyright Platform Working Group 4 under Josie Fraser. The policy is published on Medium, this talks through the ethics of open sharing - that not everything should be shared openly.

Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Kure

Kathryn Kure

Founder, STEAM Foundation NPC
Committed to OER; situates OER within an Ethical Framework and considers that Public Funds should be used for Public Good. Deeply aware of context and the criitical importance of human-centred design learning to meet the needs of under-resourced schools in South Africa.
avatar for Jonathan Poritz

Jonathan Poritz

consultant, various



Thursday December 9, 2021 11:00pm - Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A
 
Friday, December 10
 

12:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am - 12:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

12:00am UTC

Hour 12: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Agenda

12:00am UTC

Reaching Out: Expanding OER and Technology Integration in the School Library
The three-year IMLS Grant, Reaching Out: Meeting the Needs of Rural School Librarians, focused on building capacity of stakeholders to create, access, use, adapt and redistribute OER. Grant participants learned the skills needed to utilize Open Educational Resources (OER), to integrate digital applications into professional practices, and to serve as instructional leaders in their schools.

Resourceshttps://tie.link/oercamp | Session Recording

Speakers
avatar for Julie Erickson

Julie Erickson

Learning Specialist, TIE
Julie Erickson is a Learning Specialist at TIE. She has over twenty years of library experience. She spent nine years as an Electronic Services Coordinator for the South Dakota State Library working with school, public and academic librarians. She currently spends her time working... Read More →
avatar for Joan Upell

Joan Upell

K-12 Educator/Librarian, Retired
Joan Upell, Reaching Out Assistant Project Director, is a school librarian contracted as a consultant with TIE. She is newly retired from a forty year career including K-12 school libraries, the English classroom, and the South Dakota State Library. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

12:00am UTC

🔴 Flexible Approach of Learning
Flexible approach of learning is a type of learning in which greatest flexibility is given to the learners & such type of curriculum is designed for them. There is a variety of writing answer modes & varied use of teaching methods. Curriculum is designed in the sense of it offers much more flexibility to the learners in their learning styles. FAL is a framework for instruction organized around three principles based on the learning sciences. These principles guide the design and development of curriculum that is effective and inclusive for all learners. The curriculum should be adaptable to individual differences rather than the other way round.
FAL encompasses education for all learners, which of course includes general and special education, early education and post-secondary education. In fact, FAL enables us to envision a time when there will be one curriculum that is designed to be truly appropriate for all learners. It doesn’t mean” one-size-fit-all.” Rather it means that all learners with all their individual differences have equal and fair access and opportunity to learn the same content in ways that work best for them.

Speakers
avatar for Prof.Dr. Madhuri Isave

Prof.Dr. Madhuri Isave

Associate Professor, .Tilak College of Education Pune INDIA


Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

12:00am UTC

🔴 Syncing OER with Sustainable Goals
Let's Sync OER with Quality Education

The session will highlight the topics like:
1. Introduction to OER
2. Understanding Quality Education
3. OER in Education
4. Integration of OER with effective Pedagogies for Quality Education
5. OER Repository Collection

Speakers
avatar for Krupali Sanghvi

Krupali Sanghvi

National ICT Awardee, Resource person, Udgam School for Children
Krupali Sanghvi is a National ICT Awardee under CBSE schools category and an EdTech specialist, Microsoft  Innovative Educator Expert,  Master Trainer, Fellow, Wakelet Global Ambassador,  Flipgrid Certified Educator,  Kahoot Certified Educator, TGT Computer Science from Gujarat... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

12:00am UTC

Creating a Community of Practice for OER
Sharing of experience of the development of OER material for the TESDA Online Program (TOP).

I will share the experience in the development of OER under the UNESCO UNEVOC Global OER Grant and the general experience in trying to create a community of practice for OER development for the technical vocational education and training (TVET)  sector.


Friday December 10, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

1:00am UTC

Hour 13: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 1:00am - 2:00am UTC
Agenda

1:00am UTC

🔴 Keynote: To hell with Curriculum! What next?
The "Curriculum" has been the principal framework that guides and directs the K-12 education sector. But the closure of schools due to the Covid 19 pandemic and its enforced transition to digital connected environments, unveiled how usefulness and inadequate was a saturated content-driven Curriculum builted for a face-to-face modality. Most countries responded to "prioritize" learning objectives/outcomes to shrink the official Curriculum. Many questions for Curriculum arise: are we coming back to the "old" Curriculum as the pandemic is overcomed? would it be better to keep the "prioritized" curriculum? how about taking the opportunity to revise what and how our children and youth should learn? This session will discuss the present K-12 Curriculum, new curricular approaches and how openness and OER contribute to further curricular development.

Moderators
avatar for Chahira Nouira

Chahira Nouira

Instructional Designer, University of Göttingen

Speakers
avatar for Werner Westermann

Werner Westermann

Civic Education Program, Library of Congress of Chile
History, Geography and Civics teacher with over 20 years of work experience in digital technology-enabled education and training in national (Ministry of Education), higher education (REUNA, IPP), international agencies (ECLAC-UN,UNESCO) and civil society institutions.  Kidnapped... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 1:00am - 2:00am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

2:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 2:00am - 2:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

2:00am UTC

Hour 14: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 2:00am - 3:00am UTC
Agenda

2:00am UTC

🔴 Intercultural Connections among Universities (ICUs): Building a 24-hour Undergraduate Open Educational Resource
Intercultural Connections among Universities (ICUs) is an evolving network of university faculty and students who host global conversations on place-based pedagogy, leading edge technologies, open educational resource sharing, and intercultural exchanges via videoconferencing.   With partners in Taiwan, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bolivia, Ecuador, and the USA, the ICU network is seeking partners in other time zones to encourage first-person accounting of local realities to problem-solve glocal solutions to global sustainable challenges and to collaborate on OER.

Our network homepage is at https://interconescu.wordpress.com/ that includes our accomplishments during this fall 2021 semester.  

Participants will be invited to complete the "guest book" for this session at https://forms.gle/QiJmFjqhixTFUWrA7 if they would like to learn more about getting involved with the ICU network.

Speakers
avatar for David Stoloff

David Stoloff

Professor, Eastern Connecticut State University
I am a professor at one of the four state universities in Connecticut, a state in the northeast corner (New England) of the USA. We have an online MS in Educational Technology program and I also teach courses in international education. I am interested in global connections, electronic... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 2:00am - 3:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

2:00am UTC

🔴 Best Praxis of OER in Higher Education in Russian Federation
We will provide distinct analysis of features of best platforms and algorithms that help to implement OER into Higher Education of Russian Federation.

Speakers
KN

Kseniia Nikitina

Specialist, RUDN University


Friday December 10, 2021 2:00am - 3:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

3:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 3:00am - 3:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

3:00am UTC

Hour 15: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 3:00am - 4:00am UTC
Agenda

3:00am UTC

🔴 CARE protocols for a better internet for all
We want to engage participants and ourselves in learning and strategizing for ensuring that the harms perpetrated in the platform ecosystem are addressed with special regard to vulnerable communities and geographies that are not usually the focus of the news cycle. We will explore biased narratives by media platforms expounding solidarity, collaboration, while in reality they are breeding grounds for hate and abuse. With special regard to the role of the Open Movement in this process and the technologies we create will surface ideas that help nourish fair internet for all.

The recording of this session can be found at: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o7snn266d5ktaip/video1688139094.mp4?dl=0

Speakers
avatar for Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Executive Director, Indigenous Friends Association
Alejandro Mayoral Banos is a Mixtec/Totonac activist and the Executive Director of the Indigenous Friends Association based in Tkaronto, Canada. Alejandro has a Ph.D. in Communication & Culture from York University/Ryerson University, where he specialized in the intersections between... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 3:00am - 4:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

4:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 4:00am - 4:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

4:00am UTC

Hour 16: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 4:00am - 5:00am UTC
Agenda

4:00am UTC

🔴 Bioethics and Human Values based Environmental Education using OER
A new model will be introduced for the facilitation of Bioethics and environmental education for Higher Education  using OER Human Values based Education for Primary and Secondary schools using OER

Speakers
avatar for Suma

Suma

Visiting Professor, American University of Sovereign Nations
HiI am Dr Suma from Malaysia. My topic is on the following;https://oercampglobal2021.sched.com/event/rmdwSession at Hour 42 (starting 11 Dec 2021, 6 am UTC+0). Bioethics, Human Values, Environmental Education and the Sustainable developmental goals. Who should attend> Teachers, Students... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 4:00am - 5:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

4:00am UTC

🔴 Libretexts' new tool for OER project management and efforts to translate a very large OER library into many languages
LibreTexts is a community based OER project that supports OER creation, remixing and dissemination. This talk presents a new project management tool that has been developed to support team construction and curation of single books or libraries. In addition, as new members of the UNESCO Global Education Coalition, we will describe initial efforts at machine translation of our 400,000+ page library into multiple languages and our interest in finding collaborators to help perfect and curate the books.

The YouTube video of the presentation is available at https://youtu.be/6sNwaZzZ18Y

Speakers
avatar for Josh Halpern

Josh Halpern

Member, LibreTexts
Josh Halpern is part of the team at LibreTexts  and is interested in discussions about how LibreTexts can support OER globally. LibreTexts is not only one of the largest OER textbook repositories but also provides tools for easy and quick customization of books across the curriculum... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 4:00am - 5:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

5:00am UTC

Hour 17: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 5:00am - 6:00am UTC
Agenda

5:00am UTC

🔴 Keynote: Evolution of OER sustainability models: Insights from the literature and experts
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has urgently called for more research on OER sustainability models in its 2019 OER recommendation. Therefore, this speech discusses the use of the triangulation method to investigate the potential OER sustainability models that are currently implemented by universities, along with their challenges and possible developments. Specifically, ten OER sustainability models have been identified and analyzed, where public and internal funding are the most established ones.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Ahmed Tlili

Ahmed Tlili

Associate Professor, Co-Director of the OER Lab, Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University
Dr. Ahmed Tlili is the Co-Director of the OER Lab at the Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University (SLIBNU), China. He serves as the Editor of Springer Series Future Education and Learning Spaces. He is also Associate Editor of the IEEE Bulletin of the Technical Committee... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 5:00am - 6:00am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

6:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 6:00am - 6:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

6:00am UTC

Hour 18: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Agenda

6:00am UTC

Six Degrees of Wikipedia
A fun session where participants can take part in a game of Six Degrees of Wikipedia. It's an opportunity to explore the relationship between different articles, and how different participants approach the same challenge.

Speakers


Friday December 10, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

6:00am UTC

🔴 A Global Study of Macro, Meso and Micro aspects of Open Education due to COVID-19
Recording of our session "A Global Study of Macro, Meso, and Micro aspects of Open Eduation due to COVID-19" is here.Please click here for slides.
This presentation provides findings of our global overview of the status of Open Education and Open Science during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic wherein we gathered practices and uses cases from 13 countries and global regions. We also identify challenges for formal education during the COVID-19 outbreak and potential solutions and examples of Open Education and Open Science.

Speakers
avatar for Ebba Ossiannilsson

Ebba Ossiannilsson

ICDE Board Member, Chair of the ICDE OER Advocacy Committee, ICDE OER Advocacy Committee
Ebba Ossiannilsson is an independent consultant, expert, influencer, and quality reviewer in the field of open, flexible online and distance learning. She advocates for the promotion and improvement of open and online learning in the context of SDG4 and the future of education. She... Read More →
avatar for Christian M. Stracke

Christian M. Stracke

Coordinator Virtual Collaboration, University of Bonn
Dr. Christian M. Stracke is coordinator of the introduction of blended learning with virtual collaboration at the University of Excellence in Bonn, Germany (www.uni-bonn.de). In addition, he is Adjunct Professor at the Korea National Open University (KNOU) in Seoul, Advisory Pro... Read More →
avatar for Ramesh C Sharma

Ramesh C Sharma

Faculty, Instructional Design, Ambedkar University Delhi, New Delhi
Dr Ramesh Sharma is faculty for Instructional Design and Chairperson of the Committee to facilitate adoption of MOOCs for SWAYAM, at Ambedkar University Delhi.Earlier he has taught Educational Technology and Learning Resources at Wawasan Open University, Malaysia. He is an expert... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

6:00am UTC

🔴 Enabling OER in South Africa: Policy and Regulatory Environment
The session will focus on what policy and regulatory changes are recommended to enable OER in South Africa particularly in relation to sustainability.

Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Kure

Kathryn Kure

Founder, STEAM Foundation NPC
Committed to OER; situates OER within an Ethical Framework and considers that Public Funds should be used for Public Good. Deeply aware of context and the criitical importance of human-centred design learning to meet the needs of under-resourced schools in South Africa.



Friday December 10, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

6:00am UTC

🔴 Sports, Computational Thinking and OER
Computer Science does not have to be passive, seated in a small chamber - in this session, we want to collect and create OER combining sports and computational thinking for schools. All participants contribute to a brainstorming how to combine physical activities with computational activities - we aim at developing collaborative scenarios and learning materials.

we will work on scenarios - all templates and samples are available in this folder: https://tinyurl.com/oerglobal-sports 

Speakers
avatar for Jan Pawlowski

Jan Pawlowski

Professor Business Information Systems, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences
research on OER, in particular for schools. Active in different projects on computational thinking / computer science / citizen science in schools.



Friday December 10, 2021 6:00am - 9:00am UTC
Spring Room Zoom
  Hands on

7:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 7:00am - 7:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

7:00am UTC

Hour 19: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Agenda

7:00am UTC

Finnish national OE policy for higher education - how it is/was made and what it contains?
Finnish Open Science Coordination is making a national Open Education policy for higher education, first part of which (on OER) was published in 2020, while the second part (on OEP) is coming out for commenting in Spring 2022. The presentation will detail the process, the structure and the content of the policy.

Speakers
IJ

Ilmari Jauhiainen

Senior Expert, Federation of Finnish Learned Societies
I work in Finnish Open Science And Research Secretariat, serving in Finnish Open Science and Research Coordination particularly as the secretary of Open Education Expert Panel,



Friday December 10, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout

7:00am UTC

Remote education during the pandemic Teacher's perspective (pre-recorded session)
At the beginning of 2021, we decided to conduct questionnaire-based, exploratory research in 7 European countries (Poland, Germany, Greece, Portugal, Italy, Czechia and Slovenia) on teachers’ practices in remote education. Our study paints an image of a high level of adoption of digital solutions and resources across Europe, which furthermore increased over time.

Speakers
avatar for Anahita Rezaei

Anahita Rezaei

Open Education & Advocacy Specialist, Centrum Cyfrowe
avatar for Maja Bogataj

Maja Bogataj

Head of the IPI, Intellectual Property Institute, IPI
Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. is the founder and head of the Intellectual Property Institute, a private research, training and consulting institution based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Maja was in charge of the project Creative Commons Slovenia and since 2019 she is Representative... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

7:00am UTC

Strategies to increase the adoption of OER inside an institution: What we do, what you do, what should be done?
In this session different approaches to increase the adoption of OER are presented and also shown by examples. Participants are invited to share their views and/or strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Kathrin Braungardt

Kathrin Braungardt

Instructional designer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum



Friday December 10, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

7:00am UTC

🔴 PodMOOCs and the Expansion of New Age OER
Watch the recording of the session here.
PodMOOCs is an emerging phenomenon as Audio MOOCs. The presentation shall present how PodMOOCs can bring inclusion and integration of Audio Courses to expand OER to a new dimension.Access the presentation from here.

Speakers
avatar for Ramesh C Sharma

Ramesh C Sharma

Faculty, Instructional Design, Ambedkar University Delhi, New Delhi
Dr Ramesh Sharma is faculty for Instructional Design and Chairperson of the Committee to facilitate adoption of MOOCs for SWAYAM, at Ambedkar University Delhi.Earlier he has taught Educational Technology and Learning Resources at Wawasan Open University, Malaysia. He is an expert... Read More →
avatar for Parveen Sharma

Parveen Sharma

Educator, Wisdom World School, India
An Educator of English and Communication Skills with expertise in the integration of Technology into Education. Pioneering the use of Podcasts in Education and established PodMOOCs and EduSoMedia ; An active Blogger and Presenter.



Friday December 10, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

8:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 8:00am - 8:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

8:00am UTC

Hour 20: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Agenda

8:00am UTC

🔴 Use of ICT for university teaching
ICT applications for university teaching


Friday December 10, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

8:00am UTC

H5P!? The very basics
The open source software H5P has gained lots of attention in recent years, but maybe you hardly know it or or not at all. This 101 session is intended to show you what you can use H5P for - spoiler: create interactive exercises and other fun stuff on the web without the need to code.

View "the session in a nutshell notes" with all the links used

Speakers
avatar for Oliver Tacke

Oliver Tacke

IT Freelancer, SNORDIAN
I'm an IT freelancer who loves H5P!💝 Loves contributing to open source projects and Open Educational Resources.🏦 For a living, helps others to better use H5P at SNORDIAN.😯 Gets sad when people pretend or believe they cannot do something.🎙️ ️Co-hosts a podcast ab... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

9:00am UTC

Hour 21: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am UTC
Agenda

9:00am UTC

🔴 Keynote: The French national OER strategy and projects
Report on the OER Sahel forum co-organised by France, general presentation of the French strategy on OER and elements of preparation of the next OER world congress to be held in Nantes (France).

Moderators
avatar for Chahira Nouira

Chahira Nouira

Instructional Designer, University of Göttingen

Speakers
avatar for Eric Mechoulan

Eric Mechoulan

Counsellor, French National Commission for UNESCO
I have more than twenty years of experience in multilateral cooperation and foresight, in identifying common challenges and in managing international projects, in the service of various French ministries.


Friday December 10, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

10:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 10:00am - 10:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

10:00am UTC

Hour 22: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Agenda

10:00am UTC

The British National Teaching Repository
Join us to find out how you can share, celebrate and shout about your brilliant practice in a way is that citeable and measurable!

Speakers
avatar for Dr Dawne Irving-Bell

Dr Dawne Irving-Bell

Reader and Senior Learning and Teaching Fellow, Edge Hill University
Dawne Irving-Bell, PhD, is a Reader and Senior Learning and Teaching Fellow with extensive experience of working in secondary, further and Higher Education settings.As a teacher, Dawne is passionate about inspiring students, enabling them to achieve their full potential. Dawne’s... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

10:00am UTC

🔴 Contemporary Art & Open Learning: An OER for Artistic Paragogy
I will present a new global model for art education rooted in peer-to-peer perspectives (paragogy) augmented by open edutech. I will draw on examples of learning experiments produced by prosumers (based in Scotland, Canada and China) working within a new open educational resource over 2020-21.

Intentional art education today takes diverse organisational forms: traversing small artist-led initiatives, international biennials, art academies and artistic practices. Artistic learning is porous and ubiquitous: it is lifewide: discovered through a wide variety of formal and informal arts contexts. It follows that artistic learning is not restricted to art academies, nor is it the sole preserve of recent school leavers.

Until the pandemic pivot, there have been few virtual communities of artistic learners. Now, we can no longer assume that art education will be a distinctly ‘live’, embodied experience.

How might art education catalyse the post-Covid recovery by engaging with emerging educational practices such as the open paradigm (Winn 2015), paragogy (Corneli 2011, 2016) and para-academia (Wardrop 2014)?

To partly address these issues, I will reflect on a new course I have created in 2020-21 in collaboration with my colleagues Dr Jake Watts, Dr Emma Balkind and Beth Dynowski at Edinburgh College of Art.

Contemporary Art & Open Learning is an open educational resource (OER https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/macat/contemporary-art-open-learning-course-handbook-semester-1) that enables colleagues and art students to open access to artistic learning by peer-producing, codifying and sharing their own learning practices. In Edinburgh College of Art, it functions as a 10 ECTS ‘foundation course’ for taught postgraduate students transitioning into art practice from cognate disciplines. The OER practises a range of peer-based theories of learning and knowledge production to extend open access beyond the communal Third Places (Oldenburg 1999) frequently produced by artists. In particular, it experiments with ‘paragogics’, learning principles that offer a flexible framework for peer learning adaptable to any given context. Embracing the Open Paradigm’s vision of education as a human right might better equip formal art education organisations – such as art schools, workshops and galleries – to fulfil UNESCO’s right to participate in cultural life. However, we must also remember that cultural life is fermented formally and informally. Working together, foundational OERs and people can catalyse the recovery by forming symbiotic colonies of artistic learning and, thus, new artworlds.

Speakers
avatar for Professor Neil Mulholland

Professor Neil Mulholland

Chair of Contemporary Art Practice & Theory, Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh
Prof Neil Mulholland is Chair of Contemporary Art Practice & Theory at Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh. His research and learning interests in paragogy and weirding coorespond with three inter-related corporations (Confraternity of Neoflagellants, Shift/Work... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Ask me Anything (AMA)

10:00am UTC

🔴 Content and what else?
OER can be a force for good, but will all things that are socially constructed they are not a political. In this session we will identify and discuss the epistemologies, biases and colonial pedagogies potentially embedded in these OER, and how we can recognise and them. Crucially, how do we create inclusive and equitable OER?

Speakers


Friday December 10, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

10:00am UTC

Creating an open source platform for collaboration between networks and teams – The Collaboratorum
The Collaboratorum is a platform for digital collaboration, communication, and coordination. It is maintained by the Berlin based german network of One World activists and NGOs – the agl (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Eine Welt Landesnetzwerke in Deutschland e. V.). It offers chat, video, cloud and document editing features. How can such platform support the work of NGOs and activists and the work with OER? What are specific needs in terms of user-friendliness? What are the obstacles in replacing commercial and copyrighted material?
We present and test the platform with you and want to discuss these questions.

Speakers
EZ

Ettina Zach

agl (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Eine Welt-Landesnetzwerke in Deutschland e. V.)


Friday December 10, 2021 10:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Spring Room Zoom

11:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 11:00am - 11:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

11:00am UTC

Hour 23: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Agenda

11:00am UTC

🔴 OER and collaboration in universities
We will present and in particular discuss the potential and current opportunities to introduce OER and (virtual) collaboration in higher education.

All stakeholders in universities can benefit from it: Students can learn in self-directed, innovative and non-hierarchical ways with own responsibility. Educators can offer improved and new academic education through innovative design with re-use of outstanding OER and facilitation of (virtual) students collaboration.

Speakers
avatar for Nina Andreasová

Nina Andreasová

University of Bonn
avatar for Christian M. Stracke

Christian M. Stracke

Coordinator Virtual Collaboration, University of Bonn
Dr. Christian M. Stracke is coordinator of the introduction of blended learning with virtual collaboration at the University of Excellence in Bonn, Germany (www.uni-bonn.de). In addition, he is Adjunct Professor at the Korea National Open University (KNOU) in Seoul, Advisory Pro... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

11:00am UTC

🔴 Towards more integration of Open Science and Open Education: what are the next steps?
Although Open Science and Open Education have many similarities, implementation of activities for adoption of these topics are often separated in institutions. We believe that more integration will have efficiency gains, but also provide opportunities to widen adoption of both Open Science and Open Education. In this session we want to discuss with participants how this integration can be implemented. We are interested in good practices and will share practices from The Netherlands.

Speakers
avatar for Gaby Lutgens

Gaby Lutgens

Projectleader Open Educational Resources, Maastricht University
Educated to be an educational psychologist I have been working in the field of educational innovation for over twenty years now. First as a researcher (focusing on how to facilitate blended and distance education), subsequently as an instructional designer and educational consultant... Read More →
avatar for Robert Schuwer

Robert Schuwer

Professor Open Educational Resources, Fontys University of Applied Sciences
Robert Schuwer is Professor Open Educational Resources (OER) at Fontys University of Applied Sciences, School of ICT in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. In September 2016 he was appointed Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair on OER at Fontys. Since 2006 the majority of his work is about OER... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

11:00am UTC

A Digital Educational Game to Practice OER
In this session, we will introduce a digital educational game that has been developed to allow the participants in OER Workshops practice and test their knowledge about OER. Moreover, the game would motivate the people interested in openness and sharing to discover the world of OER and CC licensing.

Speakers
avatar for Lubna  Ali

Lubna Ali

Research Assistant, RWTH Aachen University



Friday December 10, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

11:00am UTC

Synergies between Open Education and Open Science – OER Development, Projects and Trends in Austria
The team around Open Education Austria Advanced exploits the potential of cooperation between e-learning centers, central IT services and libraries of partner universities. They generate synergies between open education and open science for the establishment of open practices. Within this presentation, the aims, developments, successes, potentials for cooperations with and lessons learned from the project will be shared.
OEAA (2021). Homepage. URL: https://www.openeducation.at/

Speakers
avatar for Claudia Hackl

Claudia Hackl

Projectmanager, University of Vienna, Austria


Friday December 10, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

12:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 12:00pm - 12:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

12:00pm UTC

Hour 24: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Agenda

12:00pm UTC

🔴 The OER Canvas - an international OER success story
In early 2017 Sandra Schön and Martin Ebner published an OER canvas to plan and create OER projects. Today it exists in 20 languages and the original version has recently been adapted by the original authors with a focus on creating single OER. We want to look at the success story of the canvas and broaden the focus to other OER projects that could benefit a lot from a vivid translation community.

Speakers
avatar for Luca Mollenhauer

Luca Mollenhauer

Research associate, German Education Server



Friday December 10, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

12:00pm UTC

A story of SLCB MOOC: From idea to deployment
This presentation will explore the complete journey of School Leadership Capacity Building Massive Open Online Course (SLCB MOOC) which has developed with the supporte of first UNESCO-UNEVOC OER Grant Programme 2020. The MOOC Designing, development and deployment process its issues and challenges are the main focus of this sharing.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Mahesh Koltame

Dr. Mahesh Koltame

Assistant Professor, PVDT College of Education for women, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai
Dr. Mahesh Koltame is working as an Assistant Professor at PVDT College of Education for Women, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, India. He is working as a Teacher Educator for the last fourteen years. He did his PhD in Education, from SRTM University, Nanded. His PhD topic is "A... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

12:00pm UTC

Building a global network of open education leaders
Global changes and needs of our society require vision and acitivities for enhancing quality, accessibility and flexibility of education for all, as well as prepared leaders to foster and manage these processes. Taking into account UNESCO recommendation on Open Educational Resources, we are building a global network of open education leaders - among others through an innovative online mentoring program Open Education for a Better World (oe4bw.org ) and an international Master's program Leadership in Open Education (http://www.ung.si/en/study/school-of-engineering-and-management/study/2NVOI/ ). We will discuss challenges of this innitiative with the audience.

Speakers
avatar for Bakary Diallo

Bakary Diallo

Thought leader education innovation, online education.Skills include leadership, teaching, e-learning, open education, operations, leading an international organization.Former Rector (CEO) of the African Virtual University (2007-2021).Former Board member and Treasurer of the Open... Read More →
avatar for Gašper Hrastelj

Gašper Hrastelj

Deputy Secretary General, Slovenian National Commission for UNESCO
For at least 20 years of my professional live, I have been with big enthusiasm serving and supporting UNESCO affairs and objectives.During the last 8 years, one of our most important challenges has been to push through the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (OER... Read More →
avatar for Mojca Drevenšek

Mojca Drevenšek

Communications Consultant, Consensus
I am an energy literacy enthusiast, an experienced communications consultant and a passionate connector, directing the flow of my work energy to motivate the natural science, social science and engineering experts to openly share their knowledge and raise awareness about energy issues... Read More →
avatar for Mitja Jermol

Mitja Jermol

UNESCO Chair on Open Technologies for OER and Open Learning, Jozef Stefan Institute
Mitja Jermol is UNESCO Chair holder for Open Technologies for Open Educational Resources and Open Learning and the head of the Centre for knowledge Transfer at the Jozef Stefan Institute, the national research institute in Slovenia. He is also a Chief Project Officer at the first... Read More →
avatar for Dominic Orr

Dominic Orr

Research Lead, University of Nova Gorica / Kiron Open Higher Education
Dr. Dominic Orr has dual citizenship in Britain and Germany. He has a doctorate in comparative education from the Technical University of Dresden and was recently appointed Adjunct Professor for Management in Education at the University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.Dominic currentl... Read More →
avatar for Tanja Urbančič

Tanja Urbančič

Dean of School of Engineering and Management, University of Nova Gorica
I'm the Dean of the School of Engineering and Management at the University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia, where I'm a researcher and full professor. My activities focus on knowledge management, knowledge technologies and open education. I'm also a part-time research fellow at the Department... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

12:00pm UTC

Sustainable Infrastructures for OA Books: The OBC and Platform
This talk introduces the work of the COPIM project (Community-Led Infrastructures for Open Access Books), then specifically explains the project of Work Package 2: Building the Open Book Collective and platform. The OBC will host an infrastructure and revenue managemement platform for the support, access, distribution and promotion of OA Books beyond inequitable book processing models.

Speakers
avatar for Judith Fathallah

Judith Fathallah

Research and Outreach Associate, Lancaster University
I am a Research and Outreach Associate at the COPIM (copim.ac.uk) project. COPIM (Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs) is an international partnership of researchers, universities, librarians, open access book publishers and infrastructure providers. It... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout

1:00pm UTC

Hour 25: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm UTC
Agenda

1:00pm UTC

🔴 Keynote: OER - a new social contract for learning throughout the lifespan
It was a milestone in history when the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (OER) was unanimously adopted by the UNESCO General Conference in November 2019. This Recommendation is the only existing international standard-setting instrument at OER and is the result of more than a decade of efforts to bring together a wide range of stakeholders. The Recommendation outlines five action areas, namely: 1. building stakeholder capacity for the creation, access, reuse, adaptation and sharing of OER; 2. developing supportive policies for OER; 3. promoting inclusive and equitable quality OER; 4. promoting the creation of sustainability models for OER; and 5. promoting and strengthening international cooperation on OER, and including monitoring and evaluation. At the international level, the adoption of the Recommendation represents a crucial step towards building a more open and inclusive knowledge society and achieving the 2030 Agenda UN. Indeed, the implementation of the Recommendation will contribute to the achievement of at least six Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), namely SDG 4 (Quality education), SDG 5 (Gender equality), SDG 9 (Industry, innovation and infrastructure), SDG 10 (Reduce inequalities within and between countries), SDG 16 (Peace, justice and strong institutions) and SDG 17 (Partnerships for the Goals).

Education needs to be redefined as a public good and a collective global responsibility. Now is the time for public deliberation and democratic accountability. Decisions made today will determine our success in transitioning to a greener, more inclusive and resilient future, charting a path that enables all to face the future with confidence. The choices must be based on a humanistic vision of education.

This session will take the stand of current global initiatives on the futures of education in the context of equity, social justice and human rights and focus on how education and learning need to be forward-looking and different to achieve well-being and empathy for individuals and society and build on an ecosystem that embraces resilience and sustainability with a new social contract for learning across the lifespan. In addition, two ICDE initiatives in particular will be presented The European Network for Catalyzing Open Resources in Education (ENCORE +), which responds to the European priorities of opening up and modernizing education and training by creating a network that supports innovation and entrepreneurship with OER. The other initiative concerns exploiting the opportunities offered by the OER recommendation, for which the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) and the ICDE set up a Francophone expert working group OER in early 2020. It was created to tap into the global ICDE expert network OER and to support Francophone African and French partners and stakeholders in implementing the UNESCO OER Recommendation on a regional basis.

Moderators
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Founder, Agentur J&K GmbH Co. KG
OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted in a UNESCO Report on OER. Read more ... https://www.oercamp.de/about-oercamps-in-english/ 

Speakers
avatar for Ebba Ossiannilsson

Ebba Ossiannilsson

ICDE Board Member, Chair of the ICDE OER Advocacy Committee, ICDE OER Advocacy Committee
Ebba Ossiannilsson is an independent consultant, expert, influencer, and quality reviewer in the field of open, flexible online and distance learning. She advocates for the promotion and improvement of open and online learning in the context of SDG4 and the future of education. She... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

2:00pm UTC

Hour 26: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
Agenda

2:00pm UTC

🔴 Keynote: UNESCO OER Dynamic Coalition: Supporting the Implementation of the OER Recommendation
This presentation will provide a global overview of the activities of the OER Dynamic Coalition 2021/2022.
UNESCO's Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (OER) is the only normative instrument in the field of technology and education. It identifies five areas for action:
1. capacity building to create, access, reuse, adapt and redistribute OER;
2. supportive policy;
3. inclusive and equitable access to quality OER;
4. sustainability models for OER; and
5. international cooperation.
The Dynamic Coalition for OER was created following the adoption of the UNESCO Recommendation on OER by Member States at the 40th session of the UNESCO General Conference in November 2019. The aim of the Dynamic Coalition is to support governments in the implementation of the OER Recommendation by promoting and strengthening international and regional cooperation among all stakeholders in the first four areas of the UNESCO OER Recommendation.
Activities of the Dynamic coalition have focused on knowledge sharing and promoting collaboration in the 5 areas of the UNESCO OER Recommendation 2019

Moderators
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Founder, Agentur J&K GmbH Co. KG
OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted in a UNESCO Report on OER. Read more ... https://www.oercamp.de/about-oercamps-in-english/ 

Speakers
avatar for Zeynep Varoglu

Zeynep Varoglu

Sector for Digital Innovation and Transformation, UNESCO
Zeynep Varoglu is a Programme Specialist in the Digital Innovation and Transformation Section of the Communications and Information Sector at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Ms. Varoglu is responsible for the implementation of the UNESCO OER Recommendation and related OER Dynamic Coalition... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

3:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 3:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

3:00pm UTC

Hour 27: Session Slot
Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Agenda

3:00pm UTC

Please join in: OER metaphors from around the world
What analogies, metaphors or images do you use to explain the principles of Creative Commons licenses and OER in your country? This session can become - with your help - a collection of images, infographics and charts to show how OER is communicated visually around the world.

Speakers
avatar for Henry Steinhau

Henry Steinhau

Journalist, Redakteur, Autor, iRights.Lab
Henry Steinhau arbeitet als Journalist, Redakteur, Autor, Dozent und Vortragsreferent im iRights.Lab, Think Tank für die digitale Welt, in Berlin. Zu seinen Schwerpunkten zählen Urheberrecht, CC-Lizenzen und OER, Medienpolitik, Medienkultur und Mobilität. Er war über sieben Jahre... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

3:00pm UTC

The OER-Canvas to support OER production - Make your own version!
Connected to the session “The OER Canvas – an international success story” (https://oercampglobal2021.sched.com/event/r1oN), we would like to involve the international OER community to adapt and/or translate and re-publish the “Canvas to create an OER” in order to make the canvas meet the needs of their own network, institution or community. This session serves as a kick-off and guided start to the translation project and space to ask questions or team up with like-minded people who speak your language to adapt the Canvas together. More information: https://elearningblog.tugraz.at/oer-canvas

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Edelsbrunner

Sarah Edelsbrunner

Instructional Designer, TU Graz


Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

3:00pm UTC

Searching CC licenced / Copyright free eContent
Teachers, students and researchers search for eContent in the form of text, audio, video, icons or simulations for their lesson plans, assignments or presentations. This session will show sites or platform where either CC licenced or copyright free eContent is available.

Speakers
avatar for Ramesh C Sharma

Ramesh C Sharma

Faculty, Instructional Design, Ambedkar University Delhi, New Delhi
Dr Ramesh Sharma is faculty for Instructional Design and Chairperson of the Committee to facilitate adoption of MOOCs for SWAYAM, at Ambedkar University Delhi.Earlier he has taught Educational Technology and Learning Resources at Wawasan Open University, Malaysia. He is an expert... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

3:00pm UTC

⚠️ CANCELLED🔴 Building blocks for OER - Education.dev
The main goal for the Education.dev project is to help governments, programs and projects maximize their resources, and ultimately their impact by increasing access to high-quality learning resources for early childhood education in underserved languages including early grade reading and early math.

Speakers
avatar for Christer Gundersen

Christer Gundersen

Senior Advisor, Norwegian Agency for development


Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

3:00pm UTC

🔴 Artificial intelligence for Open Education: friend or foe?
As Artificial Intelligence is making its way in Education, we can see clear advantages to its use in the context of OER (interoperability, helping the users, helping with design,...) but also real dangers. We would be aiming, in an interactive way to to list pros and cons of using AI in the context of open education, with a specific focus on OER.

Speakers
avatar for Colin de la Higuera

Colin de la Higuera

Unesco Chair, Université de Nantes
I am a teacher in computer science. More precisely Machine Learning, which is an important field of Artificial Intelligence. I work on using AI for Open Education. But the converse is also interesting.Current projects:AI4T, which is a European project about training teachers to AIFlorilege... Read More →
WH

Wayne Homes

UCL and IRCAI
MC

Mihajela Crnko

CCO, IRCAI


Friday December 10, 2021 3:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Spring Room Zoom
  Exchange

4:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 4:00pm - 4:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

4:00pm UTC

Hour 28: Session Slot
Friday December 10, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Agenda

4:00pm UTC

Embedding Research Skills and Research Workbook in an Open History Course: Lessons Learned
This presentation describes the lessons embedded throughout my open history course that help students to practice foundational research and writing skills. These skills-based lessons are scaffolded throughout the course as students work on course projects and can be adopted individually or as a set and adapted as needed. This presentation aligns to Action Area 1.B and includes discussion of the lessons and associated workbook, lessons learned and suggestions for instructors incorporating research into open courses.

Speakers
avatar for Brianna Buljung

Brianna Buljung

Teaching and Learning Librarian, Colorado School of Mines
As the Teaching & Learning Librarian at Mines, Brianna coordinates the Library’s information literacy program, partnering with faculty across campus to incorporate information literacy skills into the curriculum. Prior to joining Mines, she served as a contract reference librarian... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

4:00pm UTC

🔴 A Study of Academics’ Perception of OERs at Saudi Arabian Higher Education Institutions
I will present the first stage of my PhD project, which proposes and examines a theoretical framework that might help explain the factors affecting the academic adoption of OERs in Saudi higher education.

Speakers
avatar for Samia Almousa

Samia Almousa

Lecturer, PNU
Samia is a PhD student at the University of Leeds; a Lecturer at PNU; and a member of GO-GN. Her research interests include Faculty OER Adoption, Technology Adoption, TEL, HEIs, Online Learning, e-Learning... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

4:00pm UTC

🔴 Building a Collaboration-first OER Platform with Drupal
In this session we will present a case study for a Drupal-based platform for authoring OER collaboratively: Learnful.ca. We will explore topics related to modular OER, remixing, communities of practice, and distributing platforms as open source projects.

Attendees are invited to bring their questions regarding Drupal CMS () or Learnful.

Attendees are also invited to "code-along" as we install and customize an open source distribution of OER Studio: a Drupal-based application designed for creating a shared authoring platform for small-form OER.

Link to Recording
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAlPtTiz-Kg

Speakers
avatar for Yasin Dahi

Yasin Dahi

Director, Learnful
Open source education technology developer. Open education & open source advocate. Recent MEd graduate @AthasbascaU. Director @LearnfulLabs. Product Manager @LibreTexts.


Friday December 10, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

4:00pm UTC

🔴 How Open Data can Drive Transparency and Transformation in Virtual Universities
The pandemic era has forced universities worldwide to pivot to online learning platforms with lessons emerging daily about the challenges that students, faculty, and administrators face. Access to open data is largely an untapped goldmine that could improve learning outcomes and reduce the higher dropout rate associated with virtual education. Our session will review the impact of COVID-19 on virtual learning and what this means for the future of education. We shall also review how access to key data sets can help to optimize learning online.

Speakers - Ebenezar Wikina, Comfort Onyaga, Chimdi Chukwukere, Kehinde Adebiyi, Oseni Oluwatobi Timothy, Oteheri Akinruntan

Speakers
avatar for Oseni Oluwatobi Timothy

Oseni Oluwatobi Timothy

Policy Shapers
Oseni Oluwatobi has worked extensively as a Learning Specialist driving digital equity in different technology education projects by the United Nations Educational Scientific Organization (UNESCO), Microsoft Nigeria #Code2Earn training over 26,000 to Code in one of the most ambitious... Read More →
avatar for Kehinde Adebiyi

Kehinde Adebiyi

Doctoral Scholar, Indiana University, Bloomington
Microbiologist | SDGs Advocate | Policy Shaper
avatar for Chimdi Chukwukere

Chimdi Chukwukere

Research Assistant, Seton Hall University
National Security and Education policy researcher.
avatar for Ebenezar Wikina

Ebenezar Wikina

Founder, Policy Shapers
Ebenezar Wikina has over 11 years of cross-sectoral experience working in media, policy, youth development, community organizing, data science and biomimicry. Ebenezar is the founder of Policy Shapers (www.policyshapers.com), the world's first open source platform for policy ideas... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

5:00pm UTC

Hour 29: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm UTC
Agenda

5:00pm UTC

🔴 Keynote: The UNESCO Recommendation on OER – Quo Vadis?
The UNESCO OER Recommendation is an exciting major milestone for open education as it shows governments around the world support moving ahead with OER adoption and implementation. Having high level support for OER will really help the many initiatives underway at the grassroots level to flourish and grow.
Implementation at this kind of scale is a big undertaking. In support of that effort UNESCO has formed a dynamic coalition of member states and open education advocates to create roadmaps and plans. In addition, a Network of Open Orgs, made up of organizations who have long played a role in enabling open education around the world, have come together to join forces in providing support for implementation including mapping out existing services and resources that can help.
My Keynote will provide everyone with an opportunity to position their own open education work within the context of the Recommendation and to learn from the work of others. Annotations supplement the UNESCO OER Recommendation with practical advice from the field adding valuable lessons learned and insights.

Moderators
avatar for Chahira Nouira

Chahira Nouira

Instructional Designer, University of Göttingen

Speakers
avatar for Gašper Hrastelj

Gašper Hrastelj

Deputy Secretary General, Slovenian National Commission for UNESCO
For at least 20 years of my professional live, I have been with big enthusiasm serving and supporting UNESCO affairs and objectives.During the last 8 years, one of our most important challenges has been to push through the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (OER... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

6:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 6:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

6:00pm UTC

Hour 30: Session Slot
Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Agenda

6:00pm UTC

Creating a Culture of Open with the Community College Consortium for OER (CCCOER)
Join our panel of statewide leaders, administrators, faculty, and librarians to engage in conversation about diverse strategies for creating and sustaining cultures of openness and how to adapt for your local context.
Presentation slides here:   https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Res9IvX-5x0_4thAxCVlV8f6L8lIg7B3Od-Te7geOMs/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia Mari Orozco

Cynthia Mari Orozco

OER + Equity Librarian, East Los Angeles College
avatar for Una Daly

Una Daly

Director, CCCOER, Open Education Global
The Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) promotes the awareness and adoption of open educational policies, practices, and resources. We believe that these practices will promote equitable access and reduce barriers, particularly for underserved students... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Shinta Hernandez

Dr. Shinta Hernandez

Dean of the Virtual Campus, Montgomery College


Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

6:00pm UTC

🔴 The Role of Instructional Design in the Age of the Open Curriculum
With the increasing popularity of utilising open and openly licensed learning materials in formal and non-formal education, the relevance of a certain skill set of educators on all levels has been put in question: instructional design as it was originally conceived as a guiding model towards programmed learning. Let's discuss different approaches to the fundamental challenges of shaping a digital learning environment and fostering the required skills and competencies in teachers' and adult education.

Speakers
avatar for Benjamin Eugster

Benjamin Eugster

Project Lead [D-3] Deutsch Didaktik Digital, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg


Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

6:00pm UTC

🔴 OER and the Challenges and Opportunities of Linguistic Equity at a Bilingual Canadian University
Promoting the use of open educational resources at a bilingual university is challenging when there is a large gap in the availability of OER in one of the languages. This session will address some of the reasons behind the limited availability of OER in French, expand on the equity implications of this situation, and highlight some possible opportunities. Session recording available here: https://youtu.be/eYtLs7iZBp0

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Brown

Michelle Brown

Head - Learning & Student Success, University of Ottawa
Michelle Brown is the Head- Learning & Student Success at the University of Ottawa Library.  Prior to this position, she worked for several years as the Liaison Librarian in the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa.  Michelle received her MLIS from McGill. She also holds... Read More →
avatar for Melanie Brunet

Melanie Brunet

Open Education Librarian, University of Ottawa
(she/her/hers) Open Education Librarian (Interim) at the University of Ottawa. 2020-2021 SPARC Open Education Leadership Fellow. Attending from Ottawa, Canada, the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg People.



Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

6:00pm UTC

🔴 Vorstellung einer kostenfreien Web-App zur digitalen Förderplanung
Lerne SPLINT als ein einfaches Tool kennen, mit dem du individuelle Förderplanungen und Lernstandserhebungen einfach, effizient und kollaborativ durchführen kannst. 

Speakers
avatar for Stephan Oswald

Stephan Oswald

Product Owner, Inklusion Digital GmbH



Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

6:00pm UTC

A UNESCO Recommendation on OER Annotation Jam
Join Open Educational Global's initiative to attach via web annotation examples, commentary, projects that can advance understanding and foster implementation of the UNESCO Recommendation on OER- most every session at OER.camp is likely relevant to add as a note. This session will be a "jam session" where we are annotating and discussing what we are doing in real time. Come annotate with us!

The Recommendation has been published in a Pressbook https://oer.pressbooks.pub/oeg2021/  with each of the language versions available as separate chapter. It is designed to open with the Hypothes.is web annotation tool enabled and open (you can log in directly to Hypothes.is or create an account here). If you are familiar with the tool, you can go directly the Recommendation and start adding notes, otherwise we offer guides to getting started including screen recorded demos.

You can track the activity across all language versions in a "Crowd Layers" visual dashboard-- add a note and see your name on the board.

After the Jam... A handful of people dropped in for open discussion on the OER Recommendation Annotation effort and helped increase the number of notes. For anyone that missed this session, the door is always open to annotate at https://oer.pressbooks.pub/oeg2021/

You can find more details and a list of links that were shared in the session at https://connect.oeglobal.org/t/oer-annotation-jam-at-oercamp/3362

Speakers
avatar for Alan Levine

Alan Levine

Director Membership Strategy & Community Engagement, Open Education Global
Barks about and plays with web tech. Likes photography, guitars, storytelling, blogging, hiking, coding, the Who. Hates egos and spammers. Has shots.



Friday December 10, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Spring Room Zoom

7:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 7:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

7:00pm UTC

Hour 31: Session Slot (BOOKED)
Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Agenda

7:00pm UTC

H5P consultation hours
Using H5P is quite simple to learn, but sometimes things don't seem to work or one may wonder if and how things could get improved. This session is where you can describe your little ailments with H5P and I'll try to help. Beginner questions are welcome!

Speakers
avatar for Oliver Tacke

Oliver Tacke

IT Freelancer, SNORDIAN
I'm an IT freelancer who loves H5P!💝 Loves contributing to open source projects and Open Educational Resources.🏦 For a living, helps others to better use H5P at SNORDIAN.😯 Gets sad when people pretend or believe they cannot do something.🎙️ ️Co-hosts a podcast ab... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

7:00pm UTC

Brainstorming for a Special Issue on Intersections of Open Education and Equity Pedagogy (pre-recorded session)
In preparation for a special issue titled Intersections of Open Education and Equity Pedagogy, this session is designed to bring together potential authors to share ideas, develop outlines, and plan for manuscript contributions to the special issue or other publishing opportunities. The session will encourage collaboration and allow for informal discussion among potential authors.

Padlet: https://padlet.com/jennifer_vanal1/xnsbdz8n7uon22jx

Speakers
avatar for Stacy Katz

Stacy Katz

Open Resources Librarian, Lehman College, CUNY


Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Purple Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

7:00pm UTC

Building OER Capacity in the Midwest: Supporting Grassroots Efforts and Statewide Collaboration
In this session, panelists will describe efforts led by the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) under a grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and in collaboration with the National Consortium for OER (NCOER), a partnership between the four higher education regional compacts to increase access, affordability, and equity using OER. MHEC’s focus has been to expand and strengthen capacity in the 12 MHEC states (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin) to scale up and implement a sustainable OER infrastructure and open education practices. Capacity-building support has included facilitating statewide OER action teams, providing grants for statewide OER summits and senior leader seminars, seeding OER creation in high needs areas, such as career-technical education and materials for incarcerated students, and research on the topics of calculating OER cost savings and return on investment for OER, and OER use in dual/concurrent enrollment. Attendees will learn about promising practices in organizing and supporting grassroots regional and statewide collaboration, as well as gain insights from the research underway.

Speakers
avatar for Annika Many

Annika Many

Principal, edBridge Partners, LLC



Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

7:00pm UTC

Learning Snacks & Music Tracks: Promoting OER at German Universities

The session will introduce ORCA.nrw, a new state-sponsored OER portal and network in Germany, to sustainably anchor OER at universities and colleges in North-Rhine Westphalia. We will showcase two best practice examples of how ORCA coordinators promote OER at their institutions: a learning snack and music tracks.

ORCA.nrw 
The ORCA.nrw portal offers various services online, with an OER repository at its core. In addition, it provides legal information on e-learning, a community platform, and teaching development for higher education. We ourselves are members of the ORCA network which offers services relating to the state portal at the individual universities. The ILIAS and Moodle Competence Centers drive technical developments for the state portal. In addition, there are several grants that financially support instructors in the creation of OER.
 
Learning Snack
Explore how the instructor Dr. Jamal Groenstein learns about the ORCA network & find out how you can use the tool Learning Snacks to produce your own OER content.

OER Tracks
Are you an instructor who is producing video tutorials for your students? Are you having trouble finding good-quality music? Then you should check out OER Tracks by Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts! We worked with ten up-and coming artists from a wide variety of musical and cultural backgrounds.They compiled thirty music tracks from many different genres, styles, and sounds to support your educational video.



Speakers
avatar for Sina A. Nitzsche

Sina A. Nitzsche

Network Coordinator ORCA.nrw, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts
avatar for Laura Schaffeld

Laura Schaffeld

Member of ORCA.nrw Network and OER coordinator / Member of Moodle.NRW, University of Duisburg-Essen
avatar for Elisabeth Scherer

Elisabeth Scherer

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf
avatar for Magdalena Spaude

Magdalena Spaude

Member of ORCA.nrw Network and OER coordinator, University of Cologne


Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

7:00pm UTC

Sustainable Funding Solutions in Open Education with the Web Monetization Standard
This session explores the Web Monetization Standard (a new browser API standard) as a new funding source to allow educators and creatives to build sustainability behind their projects and the open educational resources that they craft. The goal behind this movement is to create a more equitable share of money earned from time spent on content in the digital sphere to the content creator, rather than to the browser or platform. The growth of the Web Monetization ecosystem is currently being catalyzed by Coil, Mozilla and Creative Commons through Grant for the Web.

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Thank you to everyone who attended today's session.  Below are some of the resources I shared in the talk.  As I mentioned, I am also happy to help any of you get set up with Web Monetization or to talk about sustainable funding strategies for your projects.

* You will find the slides uploaded below and I will add the recording of the talk once I have uploaded it to YouTube.

Speakers
avatar for Erica Hargreave

Erica Hargreave

Head of Creative and Interactive, Ahimsa Media / BCIT / StoryToGo
I tell stories immersively and interactively across platforms of media, and teach on such things around the world and at post-secondary schools here in Canada. A few of my more unique areas of expertise are in the creation of storyworlds, digital and transmedia character development... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout

8:00pm UTC

Hour 32: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Agenda

8:00pm UTC

Friday Night Karaoke
Join Chahira Nouira and Jim Groom for a Friday Night Karaoke session as a welcome respite from all the serious open educational technology. I mean you can only take so much textbook liberation, amirite? Use this time as a welcome respite to sing your favorite Eagles song for all the open web to hear.

More seriously, just show up, prepare to laugh and have some fun via chat in the soon to be announced Karaoke room (http://karaoke.oercamp.global), and, ideally, muster up the courage to join in the fun and sing your favorite tune. 

It is worth noting that the open source streaming software driving this session, Owncast, will be run through Reclaim Cloud which is this session's subtle nod to the power of open infrastructure to re-imagine how we work and play online.


Moderators
avatar for Chahira Nouira

Chahira Nouira

Instructional Designer, University of Göttingen

Speakers
avatar for Jim Groom

Jim Groom

Co-Founder, Reclaim Hosting
I like long walks on the internet, Italian b-grade horror films, and ds106 (#4life). I worked at University of Mary Washington for almost a decade doing instructional technology, and my partner Tim Owens and I have been running the web hosting company Reclaim Hosting for more than... Read More →



Friday December 10, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

9:00pm UTC

Hour 33: Plenary Hour
Friday December 10, 2021 9:00pm - 10:00pm UTC
Agenda

9:00pm UTC

🔴 Keynote: Reflecting on Open Education in North America: Where It’s Been and Where It’s Headed
This keynote session will feature an open conversation with two U.S.-based OER advocates: Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education at SPARC and Regina Gong, OER & Student Success Librarian at Michigan State University. They will share reflections on their journey and experience in open education, OER advocacy, leadership, mentorship, and community building, including thoughts on what the future holds for open education in North America and beyond. Since many attendees will be joining during their Friday afternoon or evening, all are welcome to bring a beverage or snack to enjoy while participating. The session will seek to foster an engaging and reflective discussion to close out the week.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Nicole Allen

Nicole Allen

Director of Open Education, SPARC
Nicole Allen is the Director of Open Education for SPARC. In this role, she leads SPARC’s work to advance openness and equity in education, which includes a robust state and federal policy program, a broad librarian community of practice, and a leadership program for open education professionals... Read More →
avatar for Regina Gong

Regina Gong

OER & Student Success Librarian, Michigan State University
Regina Gong is the Open Educational Resources (OER) & Student Success Librarian at Michigan State University (MSU) Libraries. In her role at MSU, Regina leads and oversees the OER program including the OER award and the OER publishing services. She also facilitates the Open Pedagogy... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 9:00pm - 10:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

10:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 10:00pm - 10:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

10:00pm UTC

Hour 34: Session Slot
Friday December 10, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Agenda

10:00pm UTC

Create and share interactive content with H5P
H5P is a free and open source interactive HTML5 content creation tool. It's easy to move H5P content between platforms, and edit, translate, remix and do other types of repurposing. Unlike many interactive content development tools, H5P allows teachers to produce engaging resources without the need for educational technologists. H5P may seem simplistic at first glance, but the impact on learning and teaching runs deep.

Speakers
avatar for Tami Belhadj

Tami Belhadj

Tami Belhadj is a techno-pedagogical consultant, and also a sessional lecturer at the University of Sherbrooke, Faculty of Education, Department of pedagogy. His areas of interest are the use of OER and ePorfolio as well as collaborative learning.



Friday December 10, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout

10:00pm UTC

🔴 Connecting Courses through A Unique Microbe
We have connected a citizen science project (go.ncsu.edu/delftia) to several undergraduate and graduate courses through the use of public student projects shared openly. As part of courses assignments, students create and use OERs made by peers to learn about the microbes around us and technologies to improve sustainability and biotechnologies.

Presentation link: http://go.ncsu.edu/oercamp21

Speakers
avatar for Carlos C. Goller

Carlos C. Goller

Associate Teaching Professor, North Carolina State University
I am an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and teach in the Biotechnology Program (BIT) at North Carolina State University. I am very interested in integrating open practices in the courses I teach. I believe strongly in non-throwaway assignments... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

10:00pm UTC

A Sustainable, Accessible, and Standards-Compliant Hosting Method for OERs that Provides Easy Maintenance and Adoption
We built a preliminary OER for software development or engineering courses for undergraduate information technology (IT) majors using a free and easy hosting method based on Github. In the session, we will describe both the OER contents and the components of the hosting system with step-by-step instructions for those who want to adopt for their own OERs.
https://youtu.be/rW04obAZU5Y

The field of software technologies has been growing steadily. In this work, we present a preliminary OER for software development or engineering courses for undergraduate information technology (IT) majors. Specifically, we have been designing no-cost resources for an undergraduate-level Agile Software Practicum course. A practicum brings real-world projects and clients into the classroom to improve both students' software development and soft skills. Agile methods and processes have become prevalent in the software engineering industry and in business generally.
A good method to develop an OER that can be updated more frequently is using a file versioning service for hosting and writing the contents using a simple markup language. This approach is free and convenient to update by multiple authors. To adopt the OER, one can use the forking feature on websites like Github that makes a second copy that can be freely modified. OERs can become large and therefore using a content management system that is easily managed is very important. Using a static site generator (SSG) system gives the author complete control over the content and offers a simple method of managing files and output. Our OER uses this workflow by hosting source materials on Github, using a SSG to produce the output, and publishing on Github Pages.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:
  • Understand the steps for designing an OER for undergraduate students
  • Distinguish importance of open materials for teaching Agile Software Engineering
  • Find tools necessary for an OER that is easy to set up and maintain
Links:

Speakers
avatar for Cengiz Gunay

Cengiz Gunay

Associate Professor, Georgia Gwinnett College
avatar for Anca Doloc-Mihu

Anca Doloc-Mihu

Assistant Professor, Georgia Gwinnett College


Friday December 10, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

10:00pm UTC

The Evolution of OER in a Secondary Setting
Mountain Heights Academy was the first secondary school in the world to create, implement, and publish OER content for all courses in grades 7-12 in the US. The school opened as The Open High School of Utah in 2009 and over the years, the relationship with OER has evolved from content (the WHAT) to the pedagogy (the HOW,) along with collateral pieces like Leadership OER and Tech OER. Watch our 12 minute overview evolution of OER video, then have an opportunity to ask questions. Watch the video here: https://mha.vids.io/videos/a79dd9bb151ae4c52e/oe-global-2021-evolution-of-the-practical-application-of-oer-in-a-secondary-school-setting (Due to a work emergency, I will not be able to facilitate the session live. Instead, kindly email any questions to dtonks@mountainheightsacademy.org after watching the video.)

Speakers
avatar for Dr. DeLaina Tonks

Dr. DeLaina Tonks

Director, Mountain Heights Academy
I am the Director of Mountain Heights Academy (formerly the Open High School of Utah), an online 7-12 grade public charter school committed to building and sharing OER curricula. I'm passionate about digital learning, OER, students as instructional designers, and pedagogy.


Friday December 10, 2021 10:00pm - 11:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

11:00pm UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Friday December 10, 2021 11:00pm - 11:10pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

11:00pm UTC

Hour 35: Session Slot
Friday December 10, 2021 11:00pm - Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am UTC
Agenda

11:00pm UTC

🔴 Into the Palmyraverse: Constructing an Immersive Metaverse with the New Palmyra Project
The New Palmyra Project is an effort to reconstruct the ancient city of Palmyra as an immersive virtual environment, based on archaeological and other clues. In this session, we will explore the status of the project, open educational resources created by the project, and paths to use and contribute to the innovative virtual reconstruction of the Palmyra-verse.

Speakers
JP

Jon Phillips

Executive Director, Fabricatorz Foundation
Jon Phillips is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Fabricatorz Foundation. His work is known globally and has been covered widely. He lives and works in Saint Louis and Hong Kong.


Friday December 10, 2021 11:00pm - Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

11:00pm UTC

🔴 Open as a High Impact Practice: Centering Open Pedagogy and Public Scholarship
We partnered with a faculty member to redesign a first-year undergraduate course to develop the Talking Stories (https://www.talkingstories.uoregon.edu) OER, centering students as creators, not just consumers, of information. This session will share replicable practices that will work regardless of technical platform or subject matter. The high impact practice of collaborative digital projects is enhanced by incorporating open practices that helped create an OER and taught students about Creative Commons licenses, copyright, and fair use and ideas for asynchronous instruction will be shared.

SLIDES AVAILABLE

Speakers
avatar for Franny Gaede

Franny Gaede

Director, Digital Scholarship Services, University of Oregon Libraries
avatar for Kate Thornhill

Kate Thornhill

Digital Scholarship Librarian, University of Oregon
Kate Thornhill has worked at the University of Oregon Libraries since 2018, and teaches digital libraries and digitization for the University of Denver's Library and Information Science online masters degree program. Throughout her career, she has been devoted to developing and sustaining... Read More →


Friday December 10, 2021 11:00pm - Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A
 
Saturday, December 11
 

12:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am - 12:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

12:00am UTC

Hour 36: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Agenda

12:00am UTC

🔴 Maximizing OER impact: Assessing Portability in educational materials
OER are becoming increasingly easy to use, but if they are not accessible, adaptable or contextualizable, is this true? This session introduces a new concept of content portability to look more closely at these aspects of OERs. In this session we will be introducing the Portability Assessment Tool (PAT) to help content creators, educators and other digital learning stakeholders think about what they can do to make sure that the other 50% of the world’s learners can benefit from their materials.

Speakers
avatar for Vahid Masrour

Vahid Masrour

Curriculum Operations Specialist, Learning Equality


Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Hands on

12:00am UTC

🔴 Assessing OER Needs for High Enrollment Classes at Institutions of Higher Learning
This presentation aims to share information on how institutions of higher learning can utilize assessments to determine viable Open Educational Resources (OER) initiatives. I will share my experience conducting an Open Educational Resources (OER) environmental scan at the University of California, Santa Barbara (USCB).

Speakers
avatar for Angela Chikowero

Angela Chikowero

Research & Engagement Librarian, UCSB Library


Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

12:00am UTC

🔴 OER and Copyright: Kissing Cousins Not Adversaries
Copyright, like all intellectual property, is based on the premise that the education and hard work that goes into creation should be rewarded, and that that creation should be made available for further creation. This presentation will look back at the fundamentals of copyright to demonstrate how copyright supports OER and look forward to how OER can be fostered to generate more copyrightable works to support creators.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Macklem

Lisa Macklem

Lecturer and PhD Candidate, University of Western Ontario
Lisa Macklem is a PhD candidate in Law at the University of Western Ontario whose research focuses on digital content delivery, IP, and the Entertainment Industry. She focuses on issues of access, copyright, and technology. "Fair Dealing, Online Teaching and Technological Neutrality... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00am - 1:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

1:00am UTC

Hour 37: Plenary Hour
Saturday December 11, 2021 1:00am - 2:00am UTC
Agenda

1:00am UTC

🔴 Keynote: Open for Antiracism: Using Open Education to Support Antiracist Teaching
The Open for Anti-Racism program supports US faculty aiming to leverage Open Education to make their teaching antiracist. During this session, you will learn about the genesis of the Open for Anti-Racism program, examples of changes that participants made to their teaching, and how they used OER to make their classes antiracist.

Moderators
avatar for Chahira Nouira

Chahira Nouira

Instructional Designer, University of Göttingen

Speakers
avatar for James Glapa-Grossklag

James Glapa-Grossklag

Dean, Educational Technology, Learning Resources, College of the Canyons
James Glapa-Grossklag is the Dean of Educational Technology, Learning Resources, and Distance Learning at College of the Canyons (California, USA). He directs the statewide CCC DECT grant and co-coordinated Technical Assistance for the CCC Zero Textbook Cost grant program. James is... Read More →
avatar for Una Daly

Una Daly

Director, CCCOER, Open Education Global
The Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) promotes the awareness and adoption of open educational policies, practices, and resources. We believe that these practices will promote equitable access and reduce barriers, particularly for underserved students... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 1:00am - 2:00am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

2:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 2:00am - 2:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

2:00am UTC

Hour 38: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 2:00am - 3:00am UTC
Agenda

2:00am UTC

🔴 Hack and Craft
Hack and Craft is a virtual meetup affiliated with the  podcast FOSS & Crafts that is something between a user group and a craft circle. The podcast explores user freedom by looking at the intersection of free software, free culture, and collaborative crafting. In these virtual meetups, we have casual conversations around these themes while all working on our individual projects. (https://fossandcrafts.org/hack-and-craft/)

For OERcamp, we would like to propose a Hack & Craft where we discuss the overlap of the FOSS world with open educational resources and the implications of peer-led learning.

Speakers
avatar for Morgan Lemmer-Webber

Morgan Lemmer-Webber

Co-host, FOSS & Crafts
Morgan Lemmer-Webber is an art historian, avid crafter, and FOSS user and advocate. She recently completed her PhD in Art History at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. A lifelong exploration of various handcrafts and media inspired her dissertation research on women and textile production in the Roman empire. Morgan is also interested in the intersection of Free and Open Source Software and Free Culture/Open Access in academia, particularly in... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 2:00am - 3:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Creative activities

2:00am UTC

🔴 Domain of One’s in German Higher Education
We recorded a podcast series, developed some written materials and conducted several online workshops in German language about Domain of One’s Own, a concept that is mainly known and implemented in English-speaking countries (as far as we know). We aimed to explore if and how the idea of a Domain of One’s Own could stick with German Higher Ed.

In this session, we will share what we learned and add the conversation to our podcast. After that, we’d like to open the discussion. https://domain-of-ones-own.de/


Saturday December 11, 2021 2:00am - 3:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

3:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 3:00am - 3:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

3:00am UTC

Hour 39: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 3:00am - 4:00am UTC
Agenda

4:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 4:00am - 4:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

4:00am UTC

Hour 40: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 4:00am - 5:00am UTC
Agenda

4:00am UTC

🔴 OER The Road Ahead
In this session we will discuss about the difficulties we faced while creating an OER project and what are the prospective solution.



Saturday December 11, 2021 4:00am - 5:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

5:00am UTC

Hour 41: Plenary Hour
Saturday December 11, 2021 5:00am - 6:00am UTC
Agenda

5:00am UTC

🔴 Yoga and Holistic Well Being
This session will demonstrate some basic yoga activities, and discuss the natural way of holistic well being. I will also show some plants which are good for positive mental health and can be easily maintained in a room.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Dr Kavita Batra

Dr Kavita Batra

Assistant Professor, MANOHAR MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, FATEHABAD HARYANA (INDIA)
Dr. Kavita Batra is an Assistant Professor in Manohar Memorial College of Education, Fatehabad, Haryana (INDIA). She is working as Teacher Educator from last fourteen years. She has published three books, various research papers in reputed national and international journals and conference... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 5:00am - 6:00am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

6:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 6:00am - 6:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

6:00am UTC

Hour 42: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Agenda

6:00am UTC

🔴 Sustainable Developmental Goals, OER and Collaboration: Inspire, Empower and Implement
SDG's and mapping concepts through OER for schools and Universities for Transformational Learning

2 new models are introduced for Education in Human Values and Bioethics integration. These are prerequisites for education and for transformational learning.

The findings are part of my second doctoral thesis " Human Values and Bioethics integration for Environmental Education and Sustainability"



The link is attached. I had teachers and students from a school in India who were in discussion with me.. 

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/14Lfg8J4nz-PZ4xWEna1Zc6OuVbsljRid



Speakers
avatar for Suma

Suma

Visiting Professor, American University of Sovereign Nations
HiI am Dr Suma from Malaysia. My topic is on the following;https://oercampglobal2021.sched.com/event/rmdwSession at Hour 42 (starting 11 Dec 2021, 6 am UTC+0). Bioethics, Human Values, Environmental Education and the Sustainable developmental goals. Who should attend> Teachers, Students... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Ask me Anything (AMA)

6:00am UTC

🔴 Empowering teachers with innovative pedagogy for teaching gifted students
Watch the recording of the session here.
In this presentation we explained a 4-week self-paced MOOC whose objective is to equip the teacher and teacher educators about various innovative pedagogical strategies for gifted learners. This course was free, self-paced, and open to all the stakeholders.
View the presentation slides here.

Speakers
avatar for Ramesh C Sharma

Ramesh C Sharma

Faculty, Instructional Design, Ambedkar University Delhi, New Delhi
Dr Ramesh Sharma is faculty for Instructional Design and Chairperson of the Committee to facilitate adoption of MOOCs for SWAYAM, at Ambedkar University Delhi.Earlier he has taught Educational Technology and Learning Resources at Wawasan Open University, Malaysia. He is an expert... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Deepika Kohli

Dr. Deepika Kohli

Assistant Professor, Khalsa College of Education
Teacher Educator, CCGN member, OER developer and Mentor, Counselor, Para Legal Volunteer



Saturday December 11, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

6:00am UTC

🔴 School teachers as OER creators: Experiences from the Implementation of an Online Course During Covid-19 Pandemic in Tanzania
The closure of schools during the Covid-19 pandemic made about 1.7 billion students away from their schools. Teachers at the same time stayed at home. While teachers were supposed to keep students engaged during the pandemic, many of them were not aware of how to go about teaching online.

This session will highlight the experience of teachers who created open educational resources to train their fellow teachers on how to engage students using different available technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Lucian Ngeze

Lucian Ngeze

Lecturer and Researcher on Educational Technology, University of Dodoma, Tanzania
I am Lucian Ngeze from Tanzania. I am a Lecturer in the University of Dodoma, Tanzania. I am currently a PhD Research Scholar (in Educational Technology) at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India. My areas of research interest include: Educational Technology, ICT... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 6:00am - 7:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

7:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 7:00am - 7:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

7:00am UTC

Hour 43: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Agenda

7:00am UTC

🔴 Integration of Standardization in curriculum in Professional Education
Standard norms of practice like ISO, IEEE are important considerations in Industry. The session presents Assessment and Evaluation techniques of standardization in Professional Education.


Saturday December 11, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Ask me Anything (AMA)

7:00am UTC

🔴 Using OER in assessment design: one more step toward equity
I will discuss how using OER in the assessment design can provide a more equitable learning experience

Speakers

Saturday December 11, 2021 7:00am - 8:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Ask me Anything (AMA)

7:00am UTC

The situation of OER in Bavarian Teacher Training Institutions
In this session I would like to describe the contemporary situation of teaching and learning with "OER" in different phases of teacher training in Bavaria. The aim is to emphasize and to highlight the development of "OER" both at universities and at the "Akademie für Lehrerfortbildung und Personalführung" in Dillingen and their individual benefit for teacher training opportunities.

Speakers
TH

Thomas Heiland

Akademiereferent, Akademie für Lehrerfortbildung und Personalführung
About OER in Teaching Situations and in different Phases of teacher Training


Saturday December 11, 2021 7:00am - 9:00am UTC
Spring Room Zoom

8:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 8:00am - 8:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

8:00am UTC

Hour 44: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Agenda

8:00am UTC

Let’s cook togethOER
At an OERcamp on site, there would be coffee breaks and a meal together. We don't want to miss this online either. So let's cook together! On Saturday morning (UTC) we will cook together in a web conference: we will have "Egg Benedict". You can download the recipe with different variations. Buy the ingredients and let us cook together online.

Speakers
avatar for Matthias Kostrzewa

Matthias Kostrzewa

digital officer at professional school of education, Ruhr-Universität Bochum



Saturday December 11, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout

8:00am UTC

🔴 How Math and Stats OER have entered mainstream adoption through open collaboration on Grasple
We will present a hands-on Case Study of how two leading technical universities - TUDelft and University of Twente - switched from copyright publishers to creating, finding, and sharing Open Education Resources (OERs). This shift was facilitated by Grasple, a social enterprise that focusses on open collaboration in STEM fields.
Link to presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fNAlPu6krbiXfWtm1kUBTfr41P69Rc7ixQKaJsI0K9Q/edit#slide=id.g106f88cf186_0_74

Speakers
avatar for Pim Bellinga

Pim Bellinga

co-founder, Grasple
Open Ed enthousiast, previous statistics teacher


Saturday December 11, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

8:00am UTC

🔴 LOA Deutschtraining ohne Aufgaben (ab 10 Jahre, A1 bis C1 und Lernbegleiter*)
In der Session stellen Christian und Anne die frei zugänglichen digitalen LOA Lernimpulse vor. Es geht darum, Deutschlernende zu befähigen, die Sprache aktiv auf ein hohes Niveau zu bringen.

Wir laden Menschen unterschiedlicher Sprachcommunities ein, mit uns gemeinsam Erkläraudios für diesen innovativen Lernansatz zu produzieren (OER).

Hier klicken, um die Aufzeichnung zu sehen!

Speakers
avatar for Anne Peters

Anne Peters

Projektleitung, LOA Lernen ohne Aufgaben
Entwicklerin des aktivierenden Lernansatzes LOA Lernen ohne Aufgaben. Schwerpunkte: Deutschtraining für differenzierte Sprache, Lernen im Team mit ergänzender Assistenz, individuelle Lernwegsgestaltung. Aktuell: Ausarbeitung eines Medienpaketes (OER) zum LOA-Deutschtraining im Teammodus... Read More →
avatar for Christian Pfliegel

Christian Pfliegel

Nicht erst seit meinem Master an der FernUniversität in Hagen im Studiengang eEducation: Bildung und Medien beschäftige ich mich mit den Chancen, aber auch mit den Grenzen digitaler Bildung. Meine Interessenschwerpunkte bilden dabei die Möglichkeiten von moodle, h5p sowie OER (Open... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

9:00am UTC

Hour 45: Plenary Hour
Saturday December 11, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am UTC
Agenda

9:00am UTC

🔴 Keynote: Strategies for addressing the UN OER recommendations for Francophone West Africa: Developing OER in French Language
This presentation is an open forum discussing the UN OER recommendations,
1. Building the capacity of stakeholders to create, access, re-use, adapt and redistribute OER
2. Developing supportive policy for OER
3. Encouraging inclusive and equitable quality OER
4. Nurturing the creation of sustainability models for OER
5. Promoting and reinforcing international cooperation in OER, by enabling global community from Canada, France and Francophone West Africa to develop policies and infrastructure for creating Open Educational Resources for teaching, learning and training.

Moderators
avatar for Chahira Nouira

Chahira Nouira

Instructional Designer, University of Göttingen

Speakers
avatar for Prof. Moustapha Diack

Prof. Moustapha Diack

Professor, Southern University system
Professor Moustapha Diack is former Associate Vice President for Online Learning Services for the Southern University System (SUS). He is currently affiliated with the Doctoral Program in Sciences/Math Education, College of Sciences and Engineering, at Southern University in Baton... Read More →
avatar for Mrs. Sushumna Rao

Mrs. Sushumna Rao

LMS Advisor, Ethiraj College For Women
As an Ed-tech trainer, e-content developer, I work with teachers and educators. As part of my job I design engaging, interactive sessions and conduct them. These sessions keeps me busy and make me a lifelong learner. Supporting higher education teachers / school teachers and students... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
  Plenary Hour

10:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 10:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

10:00am UTC

Hour 46: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Agenda

10:00am UTC

This is how we GLAM it!
Introducing participants of OERcamp to the GLAM program of Wikimedia Serbia, the most important activities, examples of cooperation, training, and CC licenses, as well as tips&tricks that we have learned over the years.

Speakers
avatar for Gorana Gomirac

Gorana Gomirac

GLAM manager, Wikimedia Serbia


Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout

10:00am UTC

German OER Community Activities - how cooperation in this century has helped to support schools in corona crisis and to develop now OER supporting infrastructures for the German education system
In the first part of the session, we will summarize the activities of the German OER community with regard to OER-promoting infrastructures and cooperations and report on current projects. We show our concepts of how we want to bring OER concepts into a National Education Platform, which the German government is about to design. Then we would like you to ask for feedback, tips and ideas. Our goal for the next few years is to help developing technical, organisational and other infrastructures which will improve the finding, changing, creating, sharing as well as curating and sorting of OER. We would like to learn from your approaches and experiences. Heike Gleibs (Head of Education, Science & Culture at Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.) and  Annett Zobel (chairwoman of edu-sharing NETWORK e.V.) initiated the project WirLernenOnline.de in the Corona crisis, which will be presented in detail in another session. Abhay Syal (UX designer at edu-sharing) will summarize the OER infrastructure solutions and ideas in the form of a user journey of a teacher.

Speakers
avatar for Abhay Syal

Abhay Syal

UX/UI Designer, edu-sharing NETWORK Association
I am a UX/ UI Designer with over 4 years of experience in mobile and web products. Recently, I have been working on multiple projects in the OER space in Germany. Some of my tasks include design strategy, process, concepts & deliverables.
avatar for Heike Gleibs

Heike Gleibs

Head of Education, Science and Culture, Wikimedia Deutschland
Heike holds a M.A. in Cultural Studies and is a systemic coach. She has been working in the non-profit sector for more than 15 years: among other things, she has done campaign work for Amnesty International in London and Berlin and set up and managed a scholarship programme for student... Read More →
avatar for Annett Zobel

Annett Zobel

chairwoman, edu-sharing NETWORK Asscociation
Short:Community manager, IT specialist, UX designer, programme and project manager - with a passion for OER-promoting collaborations and open source solutions.Longer if you want:As a board member of edu-sharing NETWORK e.V., I connect educational stakeholders and institutions and... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout

10:00am UTC

🔴 Place-based pedagogy, OER, and ICUs: Connecting glocal undergraduates
Undergraduates and faculty members in an evolving Intercultural Connections among Universities (ICUs) network have begun to share their local perspectives of their worlds on a global stage using video conferencing as an open educational resource.  With partners in nine nations, the ICU network invites other faculty to consider connecting their undergraduates to practice international communication, initiate problem-solving on sustainability, and to work towards greater understanding of world diversity.  

Our network homepage is at https://interconescu.wordpress.com/ that includes our accomplishments during this fall 2021 semester.  

Participants will be invited to complete the "guest book" for this session at https://forms.gle/QiJmFjqhixTFUWrA7 if they would like to learn more about getting involved with the ICU network.




Speakers
avatar for David Stoloff

David Stoloff

Professor, Eastern Connecticut State University
I am a professor at one of the four state universities in Connecticut, a state in the northeast corner (New England) of the USA. We have an online MS in Educational Technology program and I also teach courses in international education. I am interested in global connections, electronic... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Purple Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

10:00am UTC

🔴 Promoting solutions to combat climate change
Sustainability within the context of climate change

Speakers


Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Yellow Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

10:00am UTC

🔴 Public Spaces as Open Spaces
Together with our partner robolab we currently conceive workshops for a lab at a public library in Hamburg with a variety of robots and create free licensed tutorials (OER) and remote sessions. The general idea is to develop a concept for public libraries as open spaces to enable access to knowledge both physically and virtually. Therefore, we would like to discuss experiences and the potential and challenges linked to open space concepts in different settings and institutions.

Speakers

Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Exchange

10:00am UTC

🔴 Capacity Building of State Resource Persons on developing eContent
In India, during pandemic there was huge demand for econtent. Capacity building on development eContent that contributed to a LMS cum CMS platform ' DIKSHA'. This session will focus on how capacity building is done through online mode and also what is the impact it has created.

Speakers
avatar for Dr Angel Rathnabai S

Dr Angel Rathnabai S

Assistant Professor, Central Institute of Educational Technology, NCERT
Dr. Angel Rathnabai is an Assistant Professor in Central Institute of Educational Technology, a constituent unit of National Council of Educational Research and Training. She has a subject background in the disciplines of Mathematics, Psychology and Education. She has done her doctoral... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

11:00am UTC

Session Introduction
In the “Session Introduction” all session owners of the following sessions will give a one-sentence-introduction to their sessions.

Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 11:10am UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom

11:00am UTC

Hour 47: Session Slot
Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Agenda

11:00am UTC

Community Power and AI Technologies: WirLernenOnline - The OER Hub in Germany
WirLernenOnline (WLO) is a joint project of the Open Education Community and the Open Source Community of Germany. We want to make all OER content in Germany accessible through a central search engine. Working with smart AI technologies we transform and harmonize metadata from different content providers. In December 2021 we have now made over 200,000 educational materials from different platforms searchable. To ensure that teachers can find material for their actual curriculum subject, WLO built a large community of education experts who curate content in 30 editorial teams. Together we developed a process to ensure and improve the quality of educational materials. Our team sort particularly outstanding materials into taxonomies based on school subjects, which can also be used to find relevant content. We also provide our content throughout an open hub to other educational systems, such as the School Cloud, central Moodle instances of German federal states, as well as the prototypes of the national education platform.

We would like to tell you about our project. You will get to know the platform, our background and our community work. We will give you a little technical insight behind the scenes, show you where AI is used and explain our community and quality work with you. We are looking forward to discuss with you our process of content aggregation, quality improvement, community work and are curious about your input to our project.

Speakers
avatar for Bastian Granas

Bastian Granas

Projectmanager, edu-sharing Network Association
Active for #OpenEducation and modern teaching methods. Worked as a teacher and works at edu-sharing Network with a great team on OpenSource platform "www.wirlernenonline.de" - we want to make all OER content in Germany accessible through a central search engine. Working with smart... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Green Room Zoom Breakout

11:00am UTC

🔴 Creating and curating a curriculum aligned OER content repository
In this session, we will describe the steps needed to create and curate a curriculum aligned repository with OER. We will draw on our experience from creating a regional OER content repository for the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States.

Speakers
GT

Ghislaine Tegha

I am a digital education specialist with experience in curating OER and setting up virtual learning environments and content management systems. 


Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Orange Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

11:00am UTC

🔴 Designing and Deployment of Learner Centric MOOC on Flourishing with Positive Psychology and Storytelling
The philosophy of this MOOC is to help learners build self-awareness and skills to flourish using stories and narrative ideas. Through stories, journaling, narrative practices and creative work the learners will engage with, understand and apply the construct of positive emotions, relationship to self, and meaning making to flourish in life.

Speakers
avatar for Sowmya Srinivasan

Sowmya Srinivasan

SoulSpace Storytell
avatar for Dr. Rekha Chavhan

Dr. Rekha Chavhan

Asst. Professor, Department of Education, SNDT Women's University



Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Blue Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

11:00am UTC

🔴 Gamification in education
Gamification helps students learn abstract concepts in an interesting way. This session aims at sharing about integration of games in teaching different subjects.
I am planning to explain about integrating lessons using open games like Gcompris, Tux paint, Tux math, Khangman ,Geogebra, Phet simulations , etc and teaching concepts.
https://youtu.be/HDD0xDAO_hE

Watch the session from this link

https://youtu.be/HDD0xDAO_hE

Speakers
avatar for S.Dhilip

S.Dhilip

National Awardee Teacher, GHSS ,Sathiyamangalam ,Villupuram Dt, TamilNadu, Doctoral Scholar,TNOU,Chennai
   I am in the Profession with passion, not for the income, but for the outcome of my students. I was appointed in the year 2000 and I have finished 22 years of service as a Teacher. I have learned many things from my students within these 22 years. I am working in a rural background.I... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Pink Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

11:00am UTC

🔴 Going from nothing to a fully designed and implemented Online Teaching programme: useful tips and strategies for higher education professional development
The pandemic demonstrated a lack of skills and knowledge in the field of online teaching. The Institute of Distance Education (University of Eswatini) embarked on the development of a short programme geared to enhance educators' knowledge and skills; it includes 4 modules (Design of online teaching, Technology, Online facilitation, Authentic online assessment).

Speakers
avatar for Karen Ferreira-Myers

Karen Ferreira-Myers

Associate Professor - Coordinator Ling/Modern Lang, Institute of Distance Education, Univ of Eswatini
Born in Belgium, I moved to Eswatini (then Swaziland) early in my career. I work as an Associate Professor and Coordinator Linguistics and Modern Languages at the Institute of Distance Education (University of Eswatini). I hold a PhD in French and Francophone literature (autofiction... Read More →



Saturday December 11, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
Purple Room Zoom Breakout
  Input plus Q&A

12:00pm UTC

Hour 48: Closing Plenary
Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Agenda

12:00pm UTC

🔴 Farewell! OERcamp.global Closing
Wait, are 48 hours really over already? Not, not really. This is the last hour of OERcamp.global. We will have an outlook on what’s happening next in the world of Open Education and OER on a global level. And we look back at what will have happened in the last 47 hours of OERcamp.global, what we’ve learned and maybe what happend behind the scenes.

Please join us, together with:
Zeynep Varoglu, Sector for Digital Innovation and Transformation, UNESCO
Dr. Lutz Möller, Deputy Secretary-General, German Commission for UNESCO
Jöran Muuß-Merholz, Founder of OERcamps

Moderators
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Founder, Agentur J&K GmbH Co. KG
OERcamps received the Open Education Awards for Excellence 2020, were mentioned in the Horizon Report and were highlighted in a UNESCO Report on OER. Read more ... https://www.oercamp.de/about-oercamps-in-english/ 

Speakers
DL

Dr. Lutz Möller

Deputy Secretary-General, German Commission for UNESCO
avatar for Zeynep Varoglu

Zeynep Varoglu

Sector for Digital Innovation and Transformation, UNESCO
Zeynep Varoglu is a Programme Specialist in the Digital Innovation and Transformation Section of the Communications and Information Sector at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Ms. Varoglu is responsible for the implementation of the UNESCO OER Recommendation and related OER Dynamic Coalition... Read More →


Saturday December 11, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
Plenary Hall Zoom
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