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Open Education: Auf dem Weg zu einer offenen Hochschulbildung
Deimann, Markus

PublishedJanuary 2019
PeriodicalPages 1-260
PublisherTranscript Verlag
CountryGermany, Europe

ABSTRACT
»Open Education«, also das bildungspolitische Ziel, Bildung frei verfügbar zu machen, ist Gegenstand eines lebendigen Diskurses. Markus Deimann gibt einen systematischen Überblick zum Thema »Offene Bildung/Open Education« aus historischer, theoretischer und philosophischer Sicht und zeichnet nach, wie sich die Argumente pro und contra offener Bildung über die Zeit verschoben haben. Als Fazit skizziert er eine vorläufige Architektur offener Bildung im Kontext der Hochschule.

ABSTRACT
»Open Education«, ie the education policy goal of making education freely available, is the subject of a lively discourse. Markus Deimann provides a systematic overview on the subject of »Open Education« from a historical, theoretical and philosophical point of view and traces how the arguments for and against open education have shifted over time. In conclusion, he outlines a provisional architecture of open education in the context of the university.

Keywords arguments for and against OER · Germany · MOOC · OER

Published atBielefeld, Germany
LanguageGerman
ISSN978-3837644968
RefereedDoes not apply
DOI10.14361/9783839444962
URLhttps://books.google.ca/books?id=ppx-DwAAQBAJ&lpg=PP1&ots=ZS-kWSBiPj&lr&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false
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