This report addresses Open Educational Resources and Open Science through a proposed framework for Open Innovation. It includes a summary and outputs from a workshop hosted by the OERAC during the ICDE Virtual Conference Week in October 2021.
- Reflections around Open Access, Open Educational Resources and Open Science in light of UNESCO recommendations.
- Results from participants in the OERAC Open Lab Workshop 2021.
- Recommendations for higher education institutions and education professionals to align with the UNESCO 2030 Agenda and drive the application of Open Innovation, Open Science and Open Educational Resources.
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Open education is an umbrella term under which various notions of open education can be accommodated.
This paper addresses open educational resources, open science, and open innovation. A proposed framework for Open Innovation is suggested.
The main points and suggested applications are:
- Review the mission and policies of higher education institutions, as well as education professionals (researchers, professors), align them with the recommendations of the 2030 Agenda, and design the application of open innovation, open science and open educational resources, considering institutional priorities and requirements.
- Collaborate in a task force to promote and identify partnerships and promote digital curation when possible.
- Design and develop professional training to support education professionals (managers, researchers, teachers) as a baseline and intermediate reference model for Open Innovation, Open Science, and Open Educational Resources based on global experience.