The 4th Open Education Policy Forum will take the form of a six-month policy incubation process, initiated by a two-day in-person workshop. During the workshop, we want to focus on policy in practice rather than policy in abstract. To achieve this goal we decided to organize less structured event and be more open for what participants will bring with. Please be awared that this agenda can be slightly modified.
9:00-9:30 Registration, welcome coffee and energy drinks from Polish monks
9:30-11:00 Opening session
The aim of this session is to learn more about each other, our individual goals and outcomes expected.
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 Introduction to the Policy Project Roadmap
To develop policy projects during the Forum we use the Policy Project Roadmap – the pathway of open education project planning. In this session we present this Roadmap and discuss about each part of the planning process.
14:00-17:00 Collaborative work on fellows’ policy projects (flexible format with ongoing options)
19:00-22:30 Dinner We will meet in Hawaiian style restaurant 🙂 Address: Nowy Świat 21 Street.
9:00-9:30 Welcome coffee and energy drinks from Polish monks.
9:30 -10:00 Talk about leadership to start the day.
10:00-12:30 Group work on group projects that will support individual policy projects. This will be based on identification of needs of individual from Day 1.
12:30 -13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:45 Wrapping up the Forum – Launching the Incubation Period.
14:45-16:30 Skill and knowledge session
We will organize two rounds of 45 minutes. In each round we will share in small groups their skills and knowledge. Confirmed skill sharers include:
- Ola Czetwertyńska – Open Education Coop
- Priscila Gonsales – Open Education Policy Board Game
- Jan Neumann, Javiera Athenas, Leo Havemann – Open Education Policy Registry
- Paulina Szczucińska – Promoting OER at Polish universitites – the Open Stax Polska experience
- Dominik Theis – Lesson and learn on the intends of reaching the attention of decision-makers
- Charlotte Echterhoff – Knowledge on the past policy process and funding activities in Germany.