Main Results

Good practice guide and recommendations

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The document provides good practices and guidance for educators how to use the collaboration environment and how to embed and use it in their own context. The document furthermore gives recommendations on how to introduce an Open Educational Ideas and Innovation approach in learning and teaching (programmes).

Emotional Ownership – Processes and tools

Screenshot D2.1 Emotional Ownership

This document discusses educational idea sharing and ways to build emotional ownership of the ideas. Readers will also find the approach of the Open Educational Ideas initiative explained, which has been developed based on barriers to the uptake of open educational resources. The report explains some of the key considerations and conditions for successful idea sharing.

Authors: Henri Pirkkalainen and Jan Pawlowski; University of Jyväskulä


Project final report

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This report explains how the project Open Educational Ideas and Innovation (OEI2) has carried out the
work within the project runtime. The main objectives will be presented in addition to the key results and
outcomes of the project.
The project develops new ways of sharing for educators and learners, focusing on collaborative idea
generation that leads to co-creation and re-use of OERs. The project has created Idea Space – a collaborative
environment where educators can build on their ideas and collaborations. This report will explain how
individuals can get onboard and how OEI2 validated the concepts and tools. The report concludes on a
section describing how OEI2 supports current EU policies.

Authors: Henri Pirkkalainen and Jan Pawlowski; University of Jyväskulä


Further Results

Awareness and Requirement Report

Open educational ideas Awareness and Requirement ReportThe report contains the knowledge gathered in “Open educational idea” workshops (awareness workshops, participants with diverse backgrounds) and interviews with OER experts on our methodology.
You find insights on how educators share material and ideas, with whom and where. Furthermore, the document contains information which elemtents educators find important to make the OEI approach successful.

Authors: Markus Bick and Safa’a AbuJarour, ESCP Europe Wirtschaftshochschule Berlin e.V.

Validation Report – Phase 1

Validation report version 1This report is linked to the technical development of the idea sharing platform. Several focus groups and user observations testing the alpha version yielded a longer list of improvement suggestions and positive feedback. We present outcomes in this document.

Authors: Elena Trepule, Airina Volungeviciene, Migle Bagucanskyte; Vytautas Magnus University


Validation Report – Phase 2

Screenshot Validation Report 2The document reports on the second stage and final trials of the collaborative platform Idea Space. The platform contains integrated tools and features and was considerably updated after initial validation and a shortlist of the major aspects to be improved as suggested by the users. Based on the feedback of the validation phase 1 the concepts of emotional ownership  and OEI were further developed and tools were refined.

Authors: Elena Trepule, Airina Volungeviciene, Migle Bagucanskyte; Vytautas Magnus University & Henri Pirkkalainen; University of Jyväskulä