Published on: 25 August 2016 - 4:57 pm
Insights and Tips from Open Education Experts
A number of experts in Open Education were asked to comment on relevant initiatives and share recommendations with the aim of facilitating and encouraging the adoption of OEP in the South Mediterranean region. The experts, who were identified by the OpenMed partners, are from the South Mediterranean region, the EU, and from the wider international OE community. Interviews were conducted with:
Peter Suber, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication, Director of the Harvard Open Access Project, Senior Researcher at the BerkmanRead more.
Jean Claude Guédon
Jean-Claude Guédon, Professor at the Department of Comparative Literature, with focus on Internet Culture, Digital Humanities and Open Access Movement,Read more.
Daniel Burgos, Pro-Vice-chancellor for Research & Technology and UNESCO Chair on eLearning at the International University of La Rioja (UNIR).Read more.
Professor Rory McGreal is the UNESCO/Commonwealth of Learning Chairholder in Open Educational Resources. He is a professor in the CentreRead more.
Paul Stacey, Associate Director of Global Learning, Senior Project Manager with Creative Commons, US. Paul helps government, organizations, and businessesRead more.
Cristóbal Cobo (Phd) is Director of the Center for Research – Ceibal Foundation in Uruguay, and also an associate researcherRead more.
Teresa McKinnon, Principal Teaching Fellow, Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology, SFHEA, University of Warwick, UK. Teresa isRead more.
Tel Amiel, President of Digital Freedom Foundation and Researcher at NIED/UNICAMP, UNESCO Chair – Open Education, Brazil. Tel AmielRead more.
Shireen Yacoub, Chief Operating Officer Edraak, Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development, Jordan. Shireen Yacoub is the Chief OperatingRead more.
Maha Bali, Associate Professor of Practice at the Center for Learning & Teaching at the American University in Cairo (AUC).Read more.
Sana Harbi is Professor of Quantitative Methods at the University of Sousse (Tunisia). She initiated the team of Open EducationRead more.
With this video collection, we realise that there are many other outstanding Open Education experts whose perspectives would greatly enrich the OpenMed project. We would therefore like to invite guest contributors and experts to continue this effort, to help grow our video collection and add valuable content for our visitors and our community.
Read more on our Invitation for Open Education Experts to contribute to our OpenMed Open Education Video Collection. We look forward to hearing from you!