Report Open Access
The overarching goal of OpenMed is to raise awareness and facilitate the adoption of Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Educational Practices (OEP) in the South Mediterranean region, with a particular focus on Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Palestine.
OpenMed fosters the role of universities as knowledge providers not only to their on-campus students but also beyond the walls of institutions, especially towards disadvantaged groups (e.g. low-income peoples, disabled students, people living in rural areas, learners at risk of low achievement, refugees).
This report aims at informing partners, facilitators, participants and project stakeholders of the OpenMed pilot course and OpenMed project and with an overview of the outcomes of the course.
This report presents a comprehensive panorama of the results obtained from the review of a series of elements which include a survey designed to gauge the quality of the OpenMed Pilot course; the review of the comments left by experts and partners in the OpenMed OpenRevision platform; on the analysis of the competences developed by the course using data from a pre-course survey, which is compared with the post-course questions presented in the OpenMed Pilot course survey and also, in the portrayed of the standard statistics and data provided by Sakai, and on the external evaluation of the course.
The main objective of this report is to present a wide-ranging overview of the achievements of the course, as well as the feedback provided by the participants and facilitators by listing the attainments portrayed by them, and also, to present strategies and suggestions outlining recommendations for improving and enhancing future editions of this course.