Open Education is a chameleon. While being the same on the core, it means different based on the context. We always talk about the re-poker of Open Education: resources, publications, data, research results and policies.
How long does it take to make content open? How long to brand a resource as free to use for everyone? How long to share creations? Nothing at all.
The EU fund project has released a series of video interviews with Open Education experts about practices across the Mediterranean Sea.
It hits me so often and so hard how different the same word can elicit so many assorted meanings depending on the person that writes or reads, or even the moment in which the same person writes or reads.
Durant les derniers jours, je suis allé à Marrakech, pour participer en la Marocaine conférence de l’éducation ouverte. La signification que ce mot a pour tous les participants devient une question non conclu aussi, depuis le terme n’est pas claire sur le professionnel de l’éducation et de la recherche.
The Compendium presents a deep analysis of the state of the art of Open Education Practices in the South Mediterranean area and provides a set of concrete case studies, resulting from the investigation and analysis conducted by the OPenMed Consortium.