Academic knowledge mobilization to promote culture change towards openness in education

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  • Título: Academic knowledge mobilization to promote culture change towards openness in education
  • Publicación original: 2013
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    • Resumen: Educational experiences towards a culture change are presented in this article. They are: [a] the adoption of open digital materials for formal academic programs; [b] publication of academic content through the OpenCourseWare initiative (http://ocw.itesm.mx/); [c] digital knowledge dissemination through the initiative called “Knowledge Hub” (currently named “temoa”: www.temoa.info) that provides a public and multilingual catalog of OER, aimed at supporting the educational community to find those resources that meet their particular needs for teaching and learning through a specialized and collaborative search systems and social tools; [d] mobilization of knowledge by facilitating remixing of core components ofcourses, sharing of new ideas for teaching by creating new topics and course subjects. Some examples are: (d1) aninstitutional repository of OER, (d2) OER as textbook alternatives (anthologies), (d3) open electronic textbook, (d4) OER as reusable resource like study cases, learning objects and learning resources, (d5) OER as content generated or modified by a learner, (d6) studies to integrate communities of practice through inter-institutional research projects, (d7) training of facultyfrom several educational institutions (University level to basic education “K-12”) to foster a culture of “prosumers”(producers+consumers).
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  • Idioma: inglés
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