Though this platform, you will be able to self-assess the level of openness in your teaching work, in terms of learning design, content, teaching and assessment methods. Just take the short survey and the system will provide you with your “position" with respect to existing open approaches and with some tailored recommendations to improve your understanding and capacity in how to use open licenses, open content, and open approaches.
The first results of the project are presented in a paper titled "In Search for the Open Educator: Proposal of a Definition and a Framework to Increase Openness Adoption Among University Educators", published by the Journal "The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning - IRRODL". Full paper available here.
A second paper is under finalisation.
The OEF project has been presented in a number of occasions:
In June 2016, OEF animated a debate at the EDEN Conference in Budapest, titled "dear educator, how open are you?". Proceedings available here.
In September 2016, OEF and the underlying framework were presented in the Italian elearning conference EMEM. Proceedings available here.
In March 2017, the OEF framework was presented through a webinar within the Open Education Week. Presentation available here.
In April 2017, the first results of the OEF pilot were discussed at the OER17 Conference, in London. Presentation available here.
In June 2017, OEF was presented as a tool for capacity building within universities at the OER Policy Forum in Warsaw, Poland. Presentation available here.
In June 2017, OEF was discussed as a best practice in Open Education at the Final Event of the CommonSpaces project in Rome. Presentation available here.
In September 2017, OEF organised a Satellite Event within the UNESCO Second OER World Congress, titled "OER and the importance of Open Educators" and counting with a panel coordinated by Fabio Nascimbeni (UNIR) and composed by Daniel Burgos (UNIR), Tel Amiel (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil), Anthony Camilleri (KIC, Malta) and Colin de la Higuera (Universtty of Nantes, France). A full recording of the event is available here.
In February 2018, OEF was discussed in a webinar organised by the Canadian Initiative for Distance Education Research (CIDER). Registration is available here.