Evaluation of readiness to adopt open educational resources
¶ 1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Community readiness is the degree to which a community is prepared to act on a particular problem. The elements of community readiness are: (1) community initiatives to address the problem, (2) community awareness of such initiatives, (3) leadership, (4) community climate, (5) knowledge of the community on the issue, and (6) the existence of specific resources to address the problem.
|Open education is not on the agenda of the university and there are no previous experiences.
|The university has begun to train teachers about open practices and some teachers have developed open content.
|Knowledge on the community initiatives
|Teachers do not know about open educational resources or open education experiences.
|Teachers are aware of open educational innovations.
|There is no effective leadership.
|The university community is organised with recognisable and influential natural leaders.
|Teachers and students do not perceive added value in open educational practices.
|Teachers and students are in favor of open educational innovations.
|Knowledge on the issue
|Open education is not a matter of public debate and the university community is not concerned about the issue.
|Teachers know about innovative experiences and their impact on student learning.
|There are no specific resources to promote open education.
|There are educational innovation centers, telecentres, champions and associations that promote open education.