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|Title: ||OpenApp: experiencias y herramientas docentes y de gestión en abierto|
|Authors: ||Ferran Ferrer, Núria|
Santanach Delisau, Francesc
|Issue Date: ||1-Jan-2012|
|Type: ||Conference lecture|
|Citation: ||Ferran, N.; Santanch, F.; Garreta, M. (2012)."OpenApp: experiencias y herramientas docentes y de gestión en abierto". A:7th EQFUEL Innovation Forum "Learning for Open Innovation". Universidad de Granada. GRANADA. 06 de Septiembre.|
|Abstract: ||The Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Open University of Catalonia, UOC) is an online university that makes extensive use of information and communication technologies to provide education. Ever since its establishment in 1995, the UOC has developed and tested methodologies and technological support services to meet the educational challenges posed by its student community and its teaching and management staff. The know-how it has acquired in doing so is the basis on which it has created the Open Apps platform, which is designed to provide access to open source technical applications, information on successful learning and teaching experiences, resources and other solutions, all in a single environment. Open Apps is an open, online catalogue, the content of which is available to all students for learning purposes, all IT professionals for downloading and all teachers for reusing.
To contribute to the transfer of knowledge, experience and technology, each of the platform's apps comes with full documentation, plus information on cases in which it has been used and related tools. It is hoped that such transfer will lead to the growth of an external partner network, and that this, in turn, will result in improvements to the applications and teaching/learning practices, and in greater scope for collaboration.
Open Apps is a strategic project that has arisen from the UOC's commitment to the open access movement and to giving knowledge and technology back to society, as well as its firm belief that sustainability depends on communities of interest.|
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