Open Educational Practice Lit Review Version 1.0

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As part of my Collaboratory experience, in preparation for my Candidacy exam next year, as an EdD Learning Sciences at UofC I am starting to work on my Literature Review for my EdD proposal.

Over two summers, I have had the opportunity to “go deep” into educational practice and theory in our summer cohorts. Part of the expectation of these summer cohorts is to write four academic papers that we will use towards our EdD proposal. These papers have scaffolded my literature review experiences and ensured that I have at least started to read much of the current research in K-12 Open Educational Practice.

However, my topic is still emerging in K-12 and in Higher Education and my literature review is essential in helping me create a conceptual framework for the K-12  Open Educational Practice model (which is constantly being updated) and indicators of K-12 Open Educational Practice.

Here is what I have so far, knowing it is a work in progress:
Google Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mmyqFmfr7ch9qiwbpneLjCt2FAmwRqkL_NOLJYij7rk/edit#

Please skim it over, think about things to add, critique and anything else!

Looking forward to the work ahead,

Verena ๐Ÿ™‚

One thought on “Open Educational Practice Lit Review Version 1.0

  1. catherinecronin

    What a wonderful start (and structure) for your literature review, Verena — and great modeling of open research practices ๐Ÿ™‚ I didn’t click through every link but I had a look at the OEP resources. A few foundational sources that I would recommend adding are Beetham, et al (2012) and Hodgkinson-Williams (2009 and 2014). A recent paper by Czerniewicz, et al (2016) is also important. You can find links to these on my Zotero page (here’s the link for my OEP-tagged resources): https://www.zotero.org/cicronin/items/tag/OEP

    I look forward to keeping in touch as your work progresses. I’m currently working on a paper proposing a theoretical framework of OEP. I’ll be happy to share that draft with you when its finished. All the best for your continued research… and enjoy ๐Ÿ™‚

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