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Myths and Obstacles that OERs Face - 0 views

    From this article: Many organizations wanting to create educational materials find out during negotiations with authors that most of them are ultimately willing to openly license their materials. However this often requires overcoming their personal fears about OERs. Many authors are unfamiliar with the concept of an open license and open educational resources. Even if they hear about them, found that "chief concerns included the loss of control of materials, commercial reproduction, and loss of traffic/ad revenue" (6). And a chart : Fig. 1. What are most typical arguments you hear against Open Educational Resources? OER community experts survey.

The Rise of the Universities - 8 views

module5 knowledge history
started by anonymous on 02 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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  • daniellew31
    This is a terrific read. Who knew that the venerable ivory tower got its name as a result of a bar brawl!

A list of stock image sites - 0 views

    This is a list of free or nearly free stock image sites that I created. The list is housed on a website that I directed, it is an open access set of resources in family medicine and primary care.

Is the 1% Rule Still Relevant? - 3 views

    Participatory media may still have a ways to go if the 1% rule is correct. That rules says that the consumption of online media runs along these lines 90% passive consumers, 9% participants; 1% initiators. This article provides three takes on the accuracy and relevancy of the 1% rule and provides a long list of resources to learn more.

Connected Learning Infographic | Connected Learning - 2 views

    A visual look at the characteristics of connected learning.

This is who I am to you - 3 views

pseudonymity module1
started by daniellew31 on 05 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
  • daniellew31
    This episode of the radio show Spark, from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, looks at online pseudonymity from a theoretical and practical point of view. It talks about why we may segment our identity online and offline identities, the shortcomings of 'real name policies' and demonstrates how reputation and credibility are actually created using pseudonymity.

    What I took from this piece is that we view the digital identities of others and create our own based on how we perceive others and how we wish to be perceived and that's why I called my post "This is who I am to you". And as a result of our sophistication with multiple identities, we easily navigate pseudonymities them, and we are setting cultural and social norms based on them.

    This episode of Spark on CBC is from September 2011.

    Listen here from 27:25 to about 44:00 of Spark 115, segment titled Pseudonymity Online
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