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1 Building Mongolia’s Open Network for Education Z. Batbold :: DREAMIT.mn D. Porter :: BCcampus.ca

2 2 * Batbold Zagdragchaa, DREAMIT.mn * Project leader in Mongolia * David Porter – BCcampus.ca * Educational consultant to IDRC.ca and DREAMIT.mn

3 * Mongolia is a rapidly developing economy * With a small population (2.9M) divided almost equally between the Ulaanbaatar (1.4M) and rural centres across the vast countryside 3

4 * Open government * Open access research * Open educational resources 4

5 5 * National seminars on OER sponsored by DREAM IT and IDRC Canada were held in Ulaanbaatar in October 2010 and September 2011

6 * Making government information accessible * Inviting participation through web-based access * The project found that one-way information flow was insufficient to promote citizen engagement 6

7 7 * Publishing research openly using CC licenses CC-BY-SA

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10 10 * Using OER with pre-school teachers and parents

11 Critical infrastructure for an open society 11

12 12 * Focus-area 1: Identify partners for a Creative Commons (CC) Mongolia * Participated in UNESCO IITE and MUST workshop in April 2012 * Hosted organizational meeting with potential partners in July 2012 * Identified and named partners for all CC Mongolia Affiliate activities by September 2012 * Focus-area 2: Establish CC Mongolia Affiliate organizational structure * Design and develop CC Mongolia Affiliate web site * Create CC Mongolia video * Sign MoU with Creative Commons by November 2012 * Expected date of completion: December 2012

13 Building an Open Network for Education 13

14 * Mongolia in the next 20 years? Minegolia Mindgolia 14

15 * Promoting public awareness of new demands and a new vision for education * Learning for knowledge-based economy * Learning Nation * Creating partnerships for a new model for education in the 21 st century * Initiating new policies for 21 st century education support systems 15

16 * World is changing * Becoming more flat and open * Internet and global knowledge * Mongolian schools and universities have not adapted to the changing world 16

17 Innovation Through Technology 17

18 * First Year Goals: * Establishing the Creative Commons Mongolia Affiliate * Cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science, Academy of Science, Universities * Developing public awareness of OER * ONE.MN Portal: OER Directory (M) * Workshops and media coverage 18

19 * Six projects, goals for 2013: * Mongolpedia: To develop and add contents on * ONE Academy: Localize 200 video lessons of Khan Academy * ONE Language: To create Mongolian online dictionary – 2000 words 19

20 * ONE Repository: Digitize 200 historical documents * ONE Thesis: All university students will be required to upload their thesis and dissertations * ONE Library: National Open Access Library – 500 books 20

21 Facebook.com/onemongolia Twitter.com/onemongolia Learning for a knowledge-based economy 21


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