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Contextualization of Open Educational Resources in Asia and Europe - 0 views

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    This article take about the barrier of establishing open education globally, including culture challenge, languages, different study methods and so on. He analysis the problems and also try to fix it in his paper
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Five Asian Open Universities adopt open licensing and MOOCs | United Nations Educationa... - 0 views

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    Within the framework of the OpenupEd Project which aims to empower key national universities to release courses with open licenses in MOOC format, UNESCO organized a High-Level Workshop within the 2014 Conference of the Asian Association of Open Universities in Hong Kong.
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We need open models, not just open data - 1 views

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    Writing my post about AI and summoning the demon led me to re-read a number of articles on Cathy O'Neil's excellent mathbabe blog. I highlighted a point Cathy has made consistently: if you're not careful, modelling has a nasty way of enshrining prejudice with a veneer of "science" and "math."
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How It Works - 3 views

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    Real Classes From Science to Art to Technology, edX offers simply the best classes from the best professors and universities. Check out the new edX Demo course. An Amazing Experience From our think tank to your screen- we help you learn through cool tools, videos and game-like labs, like our 3D virtual molecule builder.
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Open Culture - The Best Free Cultural and Educational Media on the Web. - 7 views

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    Some of us get our education at film school. More of us get it from The Criterion Collection, that formidably cinephilic restorer, curator, and packager of classic motion pictures from every era.
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Cost of college textbooks out of control, group says - 0 views

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    College textbooks cost too much - and something needs to be done about it, according to a report from the advocacy group U.S. PIRG. The College Board estimates that the average student in this country spends around $1,200 a year on books and supplies. A single book can cost as much as $200.
    This is why we need open textbooks!
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Right to Education : Situation around the world - 0 views

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    Education situation around the world.When we talk about open education,we always focus on high level education such as college or graduate education.But, out of the U.S, such as Asia, Africa, there are many children who don't have chance to get better education, eager to learn more to change their fate.So, I hope open education can also concerning these edge people
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The Open Education Infrastructure, and Why We Must Build It - 1 views

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    In this article, author talk about the importance of building infrastructure of open education. He gives the reasons, and the solutions. I think open education is progressing day by day, so we need to fix many fundamental problems.
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Citizen Science Alliance - 0 views

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    Our projects live within the 'Zooniverse', the home of Citizen Science on the web. Each is inspired by a science team who provide the initial ideas, the reassurance that what we're doing can make a real contribution and an audience who are willing to use the end result. You can apply to be a volunteer for science study to help science and also improve yourself
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American government announce to promote open education - 0 views

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    Open education is the purpose of MOOC. Obviously, open education is a correct trend of education system. MOOC always is a debatable issue, a new area where no rule to control it. In that case, there are some chaos in Open knowledge including intellectual property, and business model of MOOC and so on. But now, the US government decide to promote it, may will bring a bloom to open education and benefit people around the world
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When MOOC Profs Move - 7 views

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    Mooc is a sign and pioneer of open knowledge,but since it was born, it has had a bunch of problems. MOOC appeal to open access and open intellectual property, however, MOOC even has problem with their teacher who produce course in MOOC. Open is a good but ideal concept, but society needs time to change the logic and be more selfless to be open.
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Can These Young People Save the World? 50 Emerging Global Entrepreneurs to Watch - 1 views

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    This website also offer free classes to high school and college students. I hope more and more students or people who can't accept good quality education can benefit from open knowledge !
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