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Open Praxis

Apr 20, 2018 Volume 10, Number 2


Inés Gil-Jaurena

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Open Praxis, volume 10 issue 2

    various Gil-Jaurena

    For a fifth consecutive year,Open Praxishas partnered with theOpen Education Consortiumfor the publication of selected papers among those presented in the 2018 Open Education Global Conference,... More

    pp. 99-208

  2. Transforming Education through Open Approaches. Introduction to selected papers

    Ins Gil-Jaurena

    This special Open Praxis issue includes selected papers presented at the Open Education Consortium Global Conference, held in Delft (The Netherlands) on April 24-26, 2018. More

    pp. 99-101

  3. Days of future passed, the history of OEGlobal in titles

    Robert Schuwer

    This special issue contains some of the almost 180 accepted contributions of this years\u2019 Open Education Global conference (OEGlobal), organized in Delft from 24-26 April 2018. These annual... More

    pp. 103-107

  4. Mapping the open education landscape: citation network analysis of historical open and distance education research

    Martin Weller, Katy Jordan, Irwin DeVries & Viv Rolfe

    The term open education has recently been used to refer to topics such as Open Educational Resources (OERs) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Historically its roots lie in civil approaches... More

    pp. 109-126

  5. Conceptualising OEP: A review of theoretical and empirical literature in Open Educational Practices

    Catherine Cronin & Iain MacLaren

    Conceptualisations of open educational practices (OEP) vary widely, ranging from those centred primarily on the creation and use of open educational resources (OER) to broader definitions of OEP,... More

    pp. 127-143

  6. The potential role of Open Educational Practice policy in transforming Australian higher education

    Carina Bossu & Adrian Stagg

    Open Educational Practices (OEP) have played an important role in assisting educational institutions and governments worldwide to meet their current and future educational targets in widening... More

    pp. 145-157

  7. Assessing the Potential Toward Open Educational Practices in Kyrgyzstan

    Anita Walz & Jyldyz Bekbalaeva

    The study was undertaken to understand the propensity for increased engagement with open educational practices (OEP), to include methods prioritizing student-centered teaching & learning, and... More

    pp. 159-177

  8. Designing Continuing Professional Development MOOCs to promote the adoption of OER and OEP

    Shironica Karunanayaka, Som Naidu, J.C.N. Rajendra & S.A. Ariadurai

    There is growing interest in the adoption of open educational resources (OER) and open educational practices (OEP) in a variety of contexts. Continuing professional development (CPD) among... More

    pp. 179-190

  9. Collaborative design of Open Educational Practices: An Assets based approach

    Kate Miller, Ronald McIntyre & Gary McKenna

    This paper outlines a collaborative approach to the design of open educational resources (OER) with community stakeholders so they can be shared with other community practitioners openly, online... More

    pp. 191-199

  10. Opening the Curriculum through Open Educational Practices: International experience

    Laura Ritchie

    A successful international learning initiative focusing on student agency began with a link facilitating OE-enhanced teaching between a UK university and a US high school class. It became an... More

    pp. 201-208