Report Open Access
The OpenMed project has come to an end, after three years of work, the project has produced a series tangible and intangible benefits, as this project aimed at building capacities and raising awareness Open Education at regional, institutional and personal, towards having an impact on professional development and at policy level.
This report provides feedback about OpenMed activities with regards of its impacton the HE Sector, at institutional level, at individual level, on the society as a whole, and on the OE global community. Also, this report addresses the sustainability / exploitation of results, including aspects related to conference presentations, research papers, blogposts, dissemination events and networks and communities.
This report addresses the quality of the outcomes by analysing them in terms of its impact, aligned with the mid and long-term needs of the project key target stakeholders. The quality criteria used to assess the outcomes of the project are usability, flexibility, extensibility and transferability and the quality principles used to evaluate the results are flexibility, participation, efficacy and effectiveness, innovation, coherence, transparency and relevance.
Finally, a series of recommendations are provided to the partners and other stakeholders in order to ensure the sustainability of the project and more importantly, foster Open Educational Policies at institutional and national level.