Some reflections from colleagues (faculty) regarding open education:

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Some reflections from colleagues (faculty) regarding open education: by Mind Map: Some reflections from colleagues (faculty) regarding open education:

1. Responsibility for your own learning

2. Need for standardization

3. Risk of teachers becoming talking heads

4. Administration: see challenges in how to manage this

5. Mixed attitudes towards open education. For people who are hesitant it may be because of not knowing about the topic or feeling insecure in how to work with setting up the course or what tools to use.

6. Dangers associated with going open

6.1. Complex IP issues: Although OER use open licenses in part to reduce complexity around intellectual property, issues do arise. Open licensing in itself can be a challenge to navigate; in addition, third-party materials like media and images may introduce complexity into any OER project.

6.2. If the subject matter is a controversial one, a lot of hate and threats might ensue.

7. Opportunities that arise with openness

7.1. Possibly reaching students that has previously not been able to benefit from university education, such as people already working and looking for a more flexible learning: fulfilling the goal of lifelong education.

7.2. Arise self-regulated Learning

7.2.1. learning strategies

7.2.2. work technique

7.2.3. thinking strategies

7.3. Learning for my interests

7.4. I am planning my career

7.5. Benefit from others

7.6. Knowledge is doubled and further developed

7.7. to share my thinking

8. Tools for open education

8.1. Wordpress

8.1.1. Any theme Avada TagDiv Newspaper

8.1.2. LMS themes WPLMS Guru Academy

8.2. Microsoft Family

8.2.1. Sway

8.3. Moodle

8.4. Google Drive

8.5. Webcreate

8.5.1. Weebly

8.5.2. Jimbdo

8.6. Most popular Education Tools

8.6.1. Edmodo connects teachers and students, and is assimilated into a social network

8.6.2. Socrative to create exercises or educational games

8.6.3. Projeqt to create multimedia presentation, with dynamic slides

8.6.4. Thinglink to create interactives images with music, sounds, text and photographs

8.6.5. TED-Ed to create educational lessons

8.6.6. ck-12 to reduce the cost of academic books

8.6.7. ClassDojo to improve students behavior

8.6.8. eduClipper to share and explore references and educational materials

8.6.9. Storybird to promote writing and reading skills

8.6.10. Animoto create high-quality videos in a short time

8.6.11. Kahoot game and questions

9. Not knowing anyone that work with it can create uncertainty

10. Open to sharing teaching materials, of course it has to be clearly licensed.

11. Openness in terms content, idea sharing and application of course content, application of the content and the use of information from other sources

12. PBL Group 4