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Abdul Naser Tamim

Education for Global Citizenship and Social Responsibility - 2 views

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    i like it
brunoapolonio

Grupo de Trabalho - 1 views

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    The working group on Open Science consists of Brazilian researchers who share an interest in discussing and promoting the understanding and practice of open processes in science, in its various manifestations: Open access to scientific publications open scientific data Scientific Instruments opened [1] citizen science [2] open and Education
adesimine

Indigenous knowledge - 3 views

This is a really comprehensive source. Thanks!

#indigenousknowledge knowledge open module1 mooc open access

camilalondonoa

Learn - 6 views

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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
Tricia Marie Catral

Indigenous Knowledge, Peoples and Sustainable Practices - 1 views

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    So I stumbled across this article while I was searching the internet regarding Indigenous Knowledge here in the Philippines. The article on this link provides further information regarding Indigenous Knowledge all over the world. It's a very interesting 12 page article which sheds light on various people under different tribes in different parts of the world.
Fernando Carraro

¡MOOC una nueva experiencia educativa muy prometedora que se consolida poco a... - 0 views

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    Comparto el blog de MIGUEL ANGEL AGUIRRE PITOL En su post nos explica que es un MOOC, la importancia de contar con este tipo de cursos, y el compromiso de quienes lo hacen y participan en el.
Maria Romanova-Hynes

UN Online Volunteers: Contribute articles to an educational magazine - 2 views

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    Get involved. Please go to the website for more details: "TASK We are launching a print magazine to educate teachers, school administrators and students. The magazine will provide information and training tips for these sets of people to improve their capacity in teaching and managing schools. And improve life skills for students. We are in need of experienced writers and educationalists to contribute original contents to the magazine. Each article should not be more than 250 words and every information needed about the organization will be provided. "
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    Hi Maria, I like your tag "get involved". I hope others will use it as they post opportunities for our group.
Ad Huikeshoven

assorted stuff - 1 views

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    Seek, sense and share. I have found 'assorted stuff'. A blog by Tim SI tahmer, expert in instructional technology. This guy seems to know stuff about internet and other digital things. I found him on Twitter, https://twitter.com/timstahmer, but haven't spot him here in the Diigo group.
tazzain

OERCOMMONS - 1 views

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    Worldwide learning network of shared teaching and learning materials made freely available online. Grouped by subject area and grade level
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    OER Commons is a dynamic digital content hub, offering a suite of OER implementation supports.
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    A well developed website for Open educational resources
camilalondonoa

Where to start programming? - 2 views

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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
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    I began at Code Academy last year, and completed various courses. The problem I had was knowing about the architecture and systems behind the code, so, now I am learning to use Command Line and working through FLOSS manuals. I like Code academy, and I may go back there, but not before I have understood Command Line and more specifically what works with Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora etc The thing is, free software development, open source and education for all, begins with Linux OS and whatever branches from that is free to share, iterate and scalable. The trademark socialist, philosophically opposed to the capitalist.
Olga Huertas

Movilización de Conocimiento Abierto y Apropiación de Recursos Educativos Abi... - 1 views

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    Conceptualizamos al movimiento educativo abierto como las actividades educativas de acceso abierto que facilita prácticas formativas que van desde el uso de REA disponibles en internet, la producción de materiales con licenciamiento abierto, la selección de REA a través de repositorios y conectores que actúan como infomediarios de los catálogos de REA, la diseminación de prácticas en entornos académicos, gubernamentales, institucionales, etc. y la movilización hacia las prácticas educativas.
Teresa Belkow

What Vandana Shiva is trying to say about patents echoed in an article about off-grid l... - 1 views

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    "The only problem with off the grid living is that corporations lose their ability to control others. With a completely self-sustaining life style, no body would ever have to work. What would happen then? Think about that for a moment. We would be free to expand and create, to discover our full potential as a race and move forward into the world of exploration and discovery, all the while living in harmony with nature, not against it."
Teresa Belkow

Pedestrian Lawyer - Know Your Rights - 2 views

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    Have you ever been in a similar situation? It´s important to know your rights on the street as well as on the internet, does anyone know a good resource for reading about what our rights are on the internet? Besides that, does the internet give us more freedom or does it take it away by monitoring us and making our personal profiles into data? I think that was the transcending question and dilemma which the first module presented, so do we accept the internet as an oxymoron, if not what is happening in the world inregards to being able to opt out from being monitored and used as a statistic and still enjoy the benefits of internet.
Balthas Seibold

Learning by Sharing- How global communities cultivate skills and capacity through peer-... - 12 views

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    This piece was published as part of the GIZ compendium "10 trends in open innovation" and talks about self-organized and connected peer-to-peer learning for sustainable human development worldwide. Might be of interest as additional resource for Module 11: Global Perspectives on Equity, Development, and Open Knowledge
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    There are lot of ways to learn nowadays, technology spreads and most of the time it adds to our knowledge thru the information we get. It can be thru our friends, research, or even a single click over the internet. Shared thoughts helps us to understand and accept more about the particular topic, freedom has its own process that could eventually produce a network to others.
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    Now people become students and teachers depending on the topic. We can share information, skills . . . that answer the question of what we are and what we will go . . . Non-formal education is more and more important not only in an individual but also in the society. Technologies and Internet can help us to develop our identity (individual and global).
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    Dear Pris, dear Jurado, thanks a lot for your comments. I like the ideas and I would particularly like to know more about the thought, that "freedom has its own process tht could eventually produce a network ...". Thanks and cheers, Your Balthas
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    Thanks for sharing this great article! These topics are where I would like discussions about open access to start. We may be able to use that base of peer learning communities to think about all the other issues of open access in a new light.
Diane Vahab

List of Predatory Publications - 3 views

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    This list is not to be taken at face value (many of the publishers on it do have legitimate journals), but it serves as a reminder that there are many predatory journals that ask scholars to pay a lot of money to share their work, and many that also skirt traditional peer review processes in order to get money from unwary authors.
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    while the list is not provided as an evidence based indicator of relative credibility, Beall's site and blog do give quite a bit of 'food for thought'. There are certainly a number of dodgy publications, and like many I have been bombarded by invitations to publish, act as a guest editor etc. If you dont work for an organisation willing to pay the cost for open access publishing, it is an expensive option for individuals. There needs to be a clearer means of determining relevance and credibility of material at times.
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    Thank you for sharing this! I am in a process of publishing article myself. I've been though some interesting stuff as well. It is unbelievable how much fraud is going on in publishing world! I wish I could've known this website before (added to my bookmarks :)
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    Will show to some colleagues who sometimes are interesteed in publishing issues.
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    Lists by By Jeffrey Beall of predatory journals Released January 2, 2014
maxmhm77

Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Resources Standards for Intellectual Property Prot... - 1 views

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    A great article clarifying the definitions of indigenous knowledge and traditional knowledge
jurado-navas

Welcome to Open Library (Open Library) - 24 views

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    Open Library is an open project: the software is open, the data are open, the documentation is open. Whether you fix a typo, add a book, or write a widget--it's all welcome. Open Library is a project of the non-profit Internet Archive, and has been funded in part by a grant from the California State Library and the Kahle/Austin Foundation.
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    Un esfuerzo encomiable, para plantarle cara a Google, cosa que soepecho que todos sabemos, no es asunto fácil. Robert Darnton, uno de los prmotores del proyecto, publicó varios textos que ubican el contexto general del proyecto. Uno esA World Digital Library Is Coming True!, en http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2014/may/22/world-digital-library-coming-true/, donde concluye: "It would be naive, however, to imagine a future free from the vested interests that have blocked the flow of information in the past. The lobbies at work in Washington also operate in Brussels, and a newly elected European Parliament will soon have to deal with the same issues that remain to be resolved in the US Congress. Commercialization and democratization operate on a global scale, and a great deal of access must be opened before the World Wide Web can accommodate a worldwide library."
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    This is awesome. Thanks for sharing it.
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    Really liked. Thanks for sharing it!
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    This website is an open source of information on a book resources. This is great, easy to download thru pdfiles. As technology spreads all throughout the world, the way we communicate to others and also the way we find an information has changed just like e-books or e-learning process.
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    i love open library, although the digitized books often have issues, the pdf formats are not great. many entries are not so great either. However, the important part of Openlibrary that no one has mentioned yet, is the lending model for digitized modern books. they have digitized books that are still in copyright, but do not have ebook editions and are usually not being reprinted. they lend one digital copy for one physical copy held in storage. they idea is to use the traditional rights of buyers provide under copyright rather than the contract law licensing of most ebooks.
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    Very good and will be helpful to all
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    Welcome to Open Library! Looking for accessible books in the DAISY format? View our accessible book subject page, or search for accessible books.
jeanmichael

Brazil becomes the Open Knowledge Foundation's first Full Chapter in Latin America | Op... - 2 views

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    On my navigation searching for initiatives to see how Open Knowledge are making the difference on the Latin America society I found this... nowadays unfortunately on South America (and in other places as well) open knowledge initiative are not divulgated. Universities seem to be not interested about promoting these initiatives and few people know about them. I was amazed reading the text from Francisco J. García-Peñalvo (Open Knowledge. Challenges and Facts) and seeing that a lot of Universities on Europe and North America are promoting and working with open and free access to texts and online courses. It's incredible how people have the possibility of learning in a world that each day is more competitive. I really hope that this great news about Brazil helps more and more people to understand the impact and the changings on the educational process.
Penny Wheeler

'4. 'Two Ways': Bringing Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Knowledges Together' in country,... - 4 views

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    Indigenous teachers bring in the non-Indigenous in a very radical way - a new name, a family relationship. This article was also interesting for the Indigenous response to a species completely outside their normal knowledge structures.
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