Diary of an open journey. A personal open odyssey ...
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1. Vision & position
2. Open Journey
- Focus on open design, open research and open practice
- Briefly look at open scholarship, open teaching, open learning, open pedagogy and open policy.
3. Open Questions
Open design questions
- “What would a vision of a truly open approach to design mean; beyond open educational resources towards a more explicit representation and sharing of the whole design process?” (Conole, 2010)
- What is the relationship between open design and other forms like Design Based Research (DBR)? Just make DBR transparent?
- How do we factor in institutional & organisational issues into open design?
- Design for who and by who? Is it just about teachers? Where is the locus of control? Who decides what learning is?
- Do we include participatory design? If so, is there scope in an intervention for users to adapt the content elements of a Mobile Augmented Reality system?
- Inclusive research with people with learning disabilities. What do we mean by individualized risk? Risk to who?
- RE MATURE’s work-based learning (WBL) DBR model
- ‘Learn and problematize about experience and constraints in context’.
- Is there is a tension between scientific innovation and user needs?
- Sharing theory with all stakeholder is complex?
- What about open design for WBL contexts?
- How do we support transition between contexts as work-based, informal and formal learning contexts merge?
- During their continuing learning activities, what will the learning trail left behind by learners tell us as they move from one learning context to the next?
- How can we improve our understanding of how elements of context can be maintained over time, so as to scaffold a perceived continuity of learning?
- How do we to make explicit to society at large what new abilities are needed to design for the world we live in?
- How do we place the means for learning these skills at the heart of society?
- Is the alternative the gradual curtailment of democratic processes as people lose their power to contribute to debates about their future?