In terms of content, the main message I bring home from this event is that “open” is somehow entering in the mainstream education policy discourse. In more and more countries, specific policies and initiatives focussing for instance on OER or open licenses are fading away, leaving space to a more “srtructural” presence of openness instances in general education policy. This is typically the case of Scandinavian countries but also of many others who are using general policy instruments (such as the OGP network) to instill more openness in their education system
Hosted by Mind2Innovate, Keystone 2nd Partners Meeting took place in Athens in September 24th and 25th, 2018. During the meeting, the partners revised the work done since the project started and designed the roadmap for the next working period.
Desde su creación en 2014, Rubén González, Director de Política y Planificación Académica de la Universidad Internacional de La Rioja Read more