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Wednesday, October 20 • 9:30am - 9:55am
Remote Education During the Pandemic. Teacher's Perspective.

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How many teachers used OERs during the time of remote education? What was the main source of resources they used while teaching online? How many teachers created their own materials?

During the presentation, the Communia C4ED team will present the results of the survey about tools, resources and copyright-related problems encountered by teachers (from K12) during remote education imposed by the pandemic in 7 EU countries: Poland, Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, Czechia, Germany, and Italy. The survey was conducted from April to July 2021, and 1682 teachers took part in it.

The data provides insights about remote education during the pandemic from the teacher’s perspective, especially:

  • Tools & platforms usage and the differences between countries
  • Freely available digital resources usage (ex. How many teachers used Wikipedia, Webpages created by public institutions, Webpages created by non-profit organizations, Webpages created by cultural institutions such as libraries, art galleries, museums etc.)
  • Paid/subscription-based digital resources usage (how many teachers used them)
  • Resources creation & modification (how often teachers created, modified and co-created resources)
  • Open Educational Resources awareness (how many teachers are familiar with the term)
  • Obtaining advice on copyright-related issues while teaching remotely
  • Certainty level in regard to copyright work usage

This study could help the open community advocate for better Copyright law for education that needs to be broad and flexible to support modern education, both formal and informal, on-site and online and should not create legal uncertainty and unnecessary burden.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:
  • Explain some of the challenges experienced by teachers in remote education during the pandemic in 7 European countries
  • Access the methodology of the questionnaire as an open resource available under CC0
  • Identify ways to apply the results of the survey in advocacy efforts for better Copyright law for education

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Maja Bogataj

founder / head of the institution, Intellectual Property Institute, IPI
CC Slovenia Representative and Legal Leadcopyright expert
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Magda Biernat

Director, Centrum Cyfrowe
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Anahita Rezaei

Open Education & Advocacy Specialist, Centrum Cyfrowe

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Wednesday October 20, 2021 9:30am - 9:55am EDT
Room D