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European Distance Learning Week: Challenges ahead for quality in open, online and technology enabled learning

Presentation of Dr. Ebba Ossiannilsson, EDEN EC, EDEN Fellow and EDEN NAP, Swedish Association for Distance Education, Sweden for the European Distance Learning Week's second day webinar on "Quality in open, online and technology enhanced learning" - 8 November 2016
Recordings of the discussion are available: https://eden-online.adobeconnect.com/p4vvgr2g7g4/
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European Distance Learning Week: Challenges ahead for quality in open, online and technology enabled learning

  1. 1. Current challenges on quality in open, online, flexible and technology enabled learning Ebba Ossiannilsson, EDEN EC, EDEN Fellow The Swedish Association for Distance Education, Sweden
  2. 2. + 40 Quality Models on OER; MOOCs, E-learning, Online learning Norm Based/Process based Quality Matrix Set of Characteristica Nature of quality interventions Perspectives stakeholders Maturity level Macro, meso and micro level Recommendations
  3. 3. Quality models a holistic approach (Ossiannilsson et al., 2015) …Autonomy, Diversity, Inclusiveness, Just for me, Openness, Passion, Presence, Purpose
  4. 4. THERE IS NO SINGLE ONE AND ONLY QUALITY MODEL • Norm based vs Processbased • Intervention • Maturity level • Macro, meso, micro level • Stakeholders • … but the importance of a holistic, contextualized approach
  5. 5. Quality in open education IPTS (Inomorates dos Santos et al., 2016) • Efficacy • Impact • Availability  Accuracy  Excellence
  6. 6. THERE ARE MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS • Pipeline courses • Curricula • Learning outcomes • Assessments • Leadership • Pedagogy vs Padagogy • Unbundling • Just for me learning • Roles • Ownership/power • Capacity building • Quality and Quality Culture • Validation and Recognition
  7. 7. Rethinking quality - When the questions are about … • Impact, short time impact, long time impact, and personal, social and community impact • Student engagement and satisfaction • Tracing student activity and achievements • Efficacy of learning • Interactivity • Knowledge, skills, capability and competenceies as as result of learning • Faculty satisfaction with their conditions of pracice • Indicators of faculty engagement in academic decison making
  8. 8. Caring is sharing, sharing is caring My Footprints

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