Format: Presentations, panel debate
Open Education is meant to contribute both to innovation dynamics within institutions and to international academic cooperation and networking: this is being increasingly proven by a number of relevant experiences in the higher education field, as well as in other educational areas. In this webinar, we will explore these important relations between openness and innovation on one side and openness and internationalisation on the other, with both practical cases (focusing on virtual mobility and augmented reality) and with broader reflections, including a review of the work done during the Year of Open declined along the innovation and internationalisation axis.
Moderator: Fabio Nascimbeni, EDEN Executive Committee member
- Fabio Nascimbeni, Universidad Internacional de la Rioja – UNIR, Spain – How open education contributes to international cooperation
- Diana Andone, University of Timisoara, Romania – Augmented reality in open education
- Estela Daukšienė, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuanian Association of Distance and E-Learning (LieDM) – Open education through virtual mobility
- Susan Huggins, Open Education Consortium – Review of The Year of Open
- Andrew Law, Open University UK – Has open education failed?