Presentation and discussion about the results of IO 1
University of Barcelona
The goal of this Multiplier event is to present the results of the state-off-the-play study which we plan to conduct with a goal to analyse the use of OERs as well as the approach to policy making documents during COVID-19 crisis at partners’ and some selected European universities which were and are part of the network built during previous Erasmus+ projects (EINFOSE and ILO) and associated partners HEIs. We intend to discuss the approach of policy makers towards DE in general, and the use of OERs in particular during the time of COVID-19 crisis. The ME is designed in a way that it can be delivered also in a hybrid mode it the situation requires that.
We expect that the invited participants from Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, UK and some other countries will not only take part in this interactive panel with their own views and comments, but also to disseminate the results of the study and the discussion during ME at their HEIs. The hosting team will prepare the programme at least one month in advance and distribute all marketing and other relevant material. After the event, there will be a report with all conclusions and recommendations. The report will be published at DECriS web site, at partners' websites and online newsletters, social networks and professional journals. It will be disseminated to media and relevant stakeholders. The online documentation will be provided. A result session will be recorded and made accessible.
Opening session / Conxita Amat (Vice-Rector for Teaching Policy, Universitat de Barcelona)
Introduction to DECriS project / Boris Bosančić, Tatjana Aparac Jelušić and Anita Papić (University of Osijek)
Keynote speech: Increasing student appropriation of course content using arts-informed pedagogy. Some reflections on the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown experience / Fidelia Ibekwe (Aix-Marseille Université). PowerPoint presentation
Introduction to DECriS first Intellectual Output (IO-1): Survey Methodology / Kristina Feldvari and Milijana Mičunović (University of Osijek) + Presentation of IO-1 Results / Milijana Mičunović (University of Osijek) and Sabina Rako (SRCE)
Round Table: Lessons learned from teaching support services and experts involved in digital education support and resources / Albert Basart (Àrea d'Avaluació de la Qualitat, AQU Catalunya): “Quality assurance and digital education: Maintaining the quality in the new scenario” / Anna Magre (La Factoria Unit, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Library): “Responding and learning from unexpected situations: La Factoria at the UPF Library in hard times” / Ebba Ossiannilsson (International Council for Open and Distance Education OER Advocacy Committee): “A global outlook: The situation and use of OER during the pandemic COVID-19, and the role of UNESCO OER Recommendation” / Joan-Tomàs Pujolà (Institute for Professional DevelopmentICE, Universitat de Barcelona): “Teacher training in emergency remote teaching during the lockdown at the UB” / Eleni Boursinou (UNESCO): “The OER UNESCO Recommendation
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Jägerova 9, 31000 Osijek
This project has been funded with support from European Commission. This publication [communication] reflect the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.