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Survey and reflection of open education policies
Yang, Junfeng · Kinshuk · Jemni, Mohamed [secondary] · Kinshuk [secondary] · Khribi, Mohamed Koutheair [secondary]

PublishedAugust 2016
SeriesLecture Notes in Educational Technology
Edition 1, Chapter 2, Pages 23–37
PublisherOpen education: From OERs to MOOCs, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

ABSTRACT
The world is becoming open with the use of digital technology and internet. Open Education (OE) not only provides learning opportunities for those who do not have access to educational resources and practices, but also provides high-quality resources for those who want to achieve higher goals. Policies are one of the many strategies to quicken the development of OE for improving educational equity and quality. This chapter reviews the policies for OE, and discusses the policies in four levels: the overall policies for OE, policies for open standards, specific policies for constructing Open Education Resources (OERs), and OE policies embedded in other education strategic plans. Policies from different countries and regions are introduced and analyzed in these four levels. Finally, the chapter provides various recommendations for making country-level OE policies.

Keywords OER · open · open education · open education resources · policy

ISBNHardcover 978-3-662-52923-2
ISSNeBook 978-3-662-52925-6
RefereedYes
Rights© 2016 Springer International Publishing AG
DOI10.1007/978-3-662-52925-6_2
URLhttps://doi.org/10.1007%2F978-3-662-52925-6_2
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