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1 Ubiquitous Learning: Putting the Framework in Place Nizam Secretary of the Board of Higher Education Ministry of Education and Culture OCWC International Conference, Bali, 7-10 May 2013

2 Talking heads BackgroundPolicy and strategyOER Policy & Strategy

3 Background

4 Population: 243 million Member of G-20 (economic scale: 16 th ) Key country of ASEAN (total population: >600 million) 3 rd largest democratic country Endowed with natural resources (nat resource per capita > China and India) Politically and economically stable (economic growth rate circa 6.4%) Introduction: Strategic Position

5 Indonesia 2045Vision Masterplan Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development,

6 McKinsey (2012)Prediction

7 DEMOGRAPHIC BONUS Dependency Ratio semakin kecil ( ): Usia produktif semakin besar (Bonus Demografi), kesempatan dan potensi meningkatkan produktivitas semakin tinggi, semakin tinggi tingkat kesejahteraan. Namun bila tidak dikelola dengan baik akan menjadi Bencana Demografi. Kualitas SDM sebagai kata kunci, Pendidikan dan Kesehatan sebagai peran kunci. Dependency Ratio semakin kecil ( ): Usia produktif semakin besar (Bonus Demografi), kesempatan dan potensi meningkatkan produktivitas semakin tinggi, semakin tinggi tingkat kesejahteraan. Namun bila tidak dikelola dengan baik akan menjadi Bencana Demografi. Kualitas SDM sebagai kata kunci, Pendidikan dan Kesehatan sebagai peran kunci.

8 OF THE 2025 ECONOMIC MASTERPLAN STRATEGY

9 Key for development: Key for development: HRD and Inovation R & D Challenge

10 10 Current Workforce ConditionChallenge

11 Improvement of Workforce QualificationChallenge Source: McKinsey, 2012

12 Improvement of HR ProductivityChallenge Sumber: McKinsey, 2012

13 INDONESIA 2010 OECD Data Kemdiknas, Diolah dari: Encyclopedia of Nations, diakses Januari 2011 HIGHER ED HIGH SCH ELEMENTARY INCREASE IN PROPORTION FOR HIGH SCHOOL & HIGHER ED 100% 175% 20% 45% 35% Improvement of Workforce Educational ProfileChallenge INDONESIA 2025

14 14 Catatan: kesenjangan bukan Jawa-Luar Jawa, bahkan di Jawa kesenjangan sangat lebar Average GER = 27,4% Geographical DisparityChallenge

15 15 Average GER Source: WB, 2010 Socio-economic DisparityChallenge

16 Expansion of Higher Education  Law 2/1961 : 23 Public HE  Development of students  1975: 230,000 students  1985: 1,100,000 students  1995: 2,500,000 students  2001: students  2005: students  2008: students  2009: students  2010: students  2011: students  GER from 2% in 1975 to 27,4% in Higher Education SystemExpansion

17 Policy and Strategy in HE Development

18 Fulfilling the Demand of Skilled WFSUPPLY Competent Workforce Universitas/InstitutAkademi KomunitasSMKTraining providers ODL Politeknik BAN NAB KKNI IQF KKNI IQF BNSP Framework: UU 12/2012

19 19 Innovation for sustainable development Competitive Industry and Economic Development Competitive Industry & Economy through skillful workforce Humah Resource DevelopmentSCHEME Grooming Research Universities PT Riset One Flagship University & 2 Polytechnics in Every Province PT Pendidikan dan Politeknik One Community College in Every District/City (521 CC) Akademi Komunitas utk Tenaga Terampil Setempat Improvement in the ration of SMK:SMA Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan Improvement of quality and relevance of training providers Kursus/Pendidikan Non Formal utk Meningkatkan Kompetensi Naker Setempat

20 OER Policy & Strategy

21 Paris OER Declaration 2012UNESCO The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “Everyone has the right to education” The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural: “the right of everyone to education” The 1971 Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works and the 1996 WIPO Copyright Treaty; The Millennium Declaration and the 2000 Dakar Framework for Action: global commitments to provide quality basic education for all children, youth and adults; The 2003 World Summit on the Information Society, Declaration of Principles, committing “to build a people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society where everyone can create, access, utilize and share information and knowledge” The 2003 UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Promotion and Use of Multilingualism and Universal Access to Cyberspace; The 2005 UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expression, The 2006 Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities The declarations of the six International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA) Conferences BACKGROUND

22 Paris OER Declaration 2012UNESCO a. Foster awareness and use of OER. b. Facilitate enabling environments for use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) c. Reinforce the development of strategies and policies on OER. d. Promote the understanding and use of open licensing frameworks. e. Support capacity building for the sustainable development of quality learning materials. f. Foster strategic alliances for OER. g. Encourage the development and adaptation of OER in a variety of languages and cultural contexts. h. Encourage research on OER. i. Facilitate finding, retrieving and sharing of OER. j. Encourage the open licensing of educational materials produced with public funds. RECOMMENDATIONS Recommends the states to:

23 Equitable access to quality education [Section 6] Adult and continuing education [Section 13] Resource Sharing [Section 41 (2)] Inclusive education (education for people with disabilities and special education) [Section 32] Develop distance learning to reach the unreached [Section 31] Develop ICT for education [Section 56] Develop higher education and research network (INHERENT) [Section 79 (5)] Develop open educational resources [Pasal 79 (4)] Framework of UU 12/2012INDONESIA

24 For Accessible Quality EducationELEMENTS Accessible Quality Education Universit y (HEI) Commu- nity Private Sector Govern- ment OER Technology & Infrastructure ODL

25 By integrating the internal ecosystem and external forces, an open education ecosystem within campus can be generated to expedite the adoption of OER GOVERNMENT AND REGULATION STANDARDS AND QUALITY TREND ON EDUCATION VALUES AND EXPECTATION SUPERSTRUCTURE AND POLICIES INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESOURCES PEOPLE STAKEHOLDERS COMMUNITY LITERACY PEOPLE STAKEHOLDERS COMMUNITY LITERACY PROCESS EDUCATION DELIVERY PARADIGM PROCESS EDUCATION DELIVERY PARADIGM CONTENT KNOWLEDGE ASSETS AND REPOSITORY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE ASSETS AND REPOSITORY TOOLS APPLICATIONS SPECTRUM AND ICT ROLES TOOLS APPLICATIONS SPECTRUM AND ICT ROLES Ecosystem for OER DevelopmentENABLING

26 A good number of initiatives is being introduced by education communities based on the spirit of sharing and collaborating among scholars and HEIs PJJ Guru Dalam Jabatan OpenCourseWareOpenJournals OpenProfessorsOpenFacilitiesOpenConference OpenLibraryOpenCreditTransferOpenCreditEarning OpenEBooksOpenLearningOpenResearch - VL toward Open Education SystemINITIATIVES

27 Bersama untuk Maju Bersama Together we Progress 27


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