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Steven Szalaj

What changed my mind about the Fourth of July - - 25 views

    An essay on freedom in America, and particularly in journalism and education
Roland Gesthuizen

Why "open education" matters : JISC - 29 views

  • open education goes across the boundaries of formal and informal, children and adults, across academic disciplines, into professional development and into making and crafting. Universities don’t own the “open education” space any more than any organisation could be said to own “learning”
  • We need to be digitally literate, but more than that, we need to find ways of doing our work online, to become open practitioners and digital scholars
  • For educational institutions to thrive, we need to explore models for how we can work in this space, with all its opportunities and risks, all its noise and vibrancy. It is here that we see possibilities for new models of collaboration, peer learning and accreditation.
    "Open education" matters because it's already happening all around us. .. although it may not be mainstream yet, it is very real. The models continue to grow and combine with the ethos of open access and the methods of open source.The choice for us, as individuals and educational organisations, is in how we respond.
Sheri Edwards

Freedom of Information: How a Wisconsin School District Ditched Internet Filters | Edut... - 19 views

    "If you take the Internet away, it's kind of like saying, 'You can't have this textbook.'"
Steve Madden

Rights Clash on YouTube, and Videos Vanish - - 0 views

    Copyright--how does it affect you? What limits should there be to copyright protection?
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