Library Support for Open Education

Keywords: Podcast, Open Educational Resources, Open Education, COVID-19, MOOC, Information Literacy, Digital Learning, Online Education, Flipped Classroom

Abstract

Mariann Løkse, head of Library Services, and Øystein Lund, head of the Resource Center for Teaching, Learning and Techology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway discuss library support for open education. They share their thoughts on online education in general and during a period of COVID-19 lockdown in particular. They talk us through information literacy, MOOCs, learning outcomes from online courses as compared to traditional classroom lectures, and a range of other aspects of open education.

During the discussion, the following web services and online documents are mentioned: iKomp (a MOOC on information literacy, in Norwegian and English); https://www.sevuppt.no/ (a MOOC on pedagogical supervision, in Norwegian); https://doi.org/10.7557/15.5501 (Mariann Løkse's contribution to a collection of articles dedicated to Stein Høydalsvik on his retirement, in Norwegian); https://hdl.handle.net/10037/3823 (the doctoral thesis of Øystein Lund within the field of digital supervision and learning, in Norwegian).

First published online June 25, 2020.

Author Biographies

Mariann Løkse, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Mariann Løkse is head of Library Services (seksjon for publikumstjenester) at UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Øystein Lund, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Øystein Lund is head of the Resource Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (Result) at UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Published
2020-06-25
How to Cite
LøkseM., Lund Øystein, & AspaasP. P. (2020). Library Support for Open Education. Open Science Talk, (34). https://doi.org/10.7557/19.5529