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OER20: The Care in Openness
April 1 - April 2
Covering issues of privilege, equity, precarity, power relations and public interest, OER20 will put the spotlight on both the value and limitations of care in open education.
Care is a means for social transformation when it is rooted in actual practices and mechanisms that guarantee its redistribution towards a lasting social reorganisation (ZEMOS98, 2019). But in the age of data surveillance and significant risk on the open web, how can we map out and give visibility to the critical component of care practices? How can we build sustainable communities, participatory practices, and civic engagement for the public good and a healthier democracy?
The Call for Proposals:
Organised by the Association for Learning Technology in the UK, this is the 11th annual conference for Open Education research, practice and policy.
The conference will be co-chaired by Mia Zamora, Daniel Villar-Onrubia and Jonathan Shaw. Read more about the conference co-chairs.
Covering issues of privilege, equity, precarity, power relations and public interest, OER20 will put the spotlight on both the value and limitations of care in Open Education.
We are particularly keen to hear from people who have an interest in the following indicative areas of practice:
- Openness in the age of surveillance
- Sustainable open education communities
- Open education for civic engagement and democracy
- Criticality and care in open education
- Caring pedagogies and designing for diverse communities of inclusion
Wildcard proposals that specifically address the conference themes in relation to open practice, research and policy are also welcome.
- Call for proposals
- Session and submission formats
- This year’s theme: The Care in Openness
- Submission guidelines
- Submission, reviewing, and acceptance process
- Submission criteria
- Note for proposals with a commercial focus
- Review criteria
- Submission process
- Acceptance and conference registration
- Increasing impact and widening dissemination for researchers