All Posts Tagged "WhyOpen"

Categories Beyond Gold and Green #OpenAccess

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Reading Time: 3 minutesIn case you don’t know, we’re reading Peter Suber’s book Open Access this week as part of #OpenLearning17 cMOOC week 7 and focusing mainly on chapter one for now. I’m co-facilitating the week w the wonderful Sue Erickson and there are a variety of activities throughout the week. … Continue reading →
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Categories Beyond Gold and Green #OpenAccess

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Reading Time: 3 minutesIn case you don’t know, we’re reading Peter Suber’s book Open Access this week as part of #OpenLearning17 cMOOC week 7 and focusing mainly on chapter one for now. I’m co-facilitating the week w the wonderful Sue Erickson and there are a variety of activities throughout the week. … Continue reading →
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Open as a Need? #oer17

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Reading Time: 5 minutesOne of the struggles I face as a developing critical pedagogue is addressing intersectionality fairly in the complex ways it deserves to be adddresse. So, where a certain situation calls for me to look at something like MOOCs with a … Continue reading →
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Open as a Need? #oer17

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Reading Time: 5 minutesOne of the struggles I face as a developing critical pedagogue is addressing intersectionality fairly in the complex ways it deserves to be adddresse. So, where a certain situation calls for me to look at something like MOOCs with a … Continue reading →
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Are We Spectators or Actors?

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Reading Time: 2 minutes​(this blogpost is influenced by recent discussions with friends from my digped community – i say “my” because I feel like I belong among them, that kind of “my”) So much going on in the world right now, keeping everyone’s … Continue reading →
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Are We Spectators or Actors?

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Reading Time: 2 minutes​(this blogpost is influenced by recent discussions with friends from my digped community – i say “my” because I feel like I belong among them, that kind of “my”) So much going on in the world right now, keeping everyone’s … Continue reading →
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Imagining and Visualizing Little Miss Open and Mr. Open #openlearning17 #oer17

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Reading Time: 4 minutesI have been doing a lot of reading and thinking ahead of #oer17 but what I am reading MOST are books to my little kid each night and throughout the day. Because I am neurotic about raising a kid who … Continue reading →
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Imagining and Visualizing Little Miss Open and Mr. Open #openlearning17 #oer17

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Reading Time: 4 minutesI have been doing a lot of reading and thinking ahead of #oer17 but what I am reading MOST are books to my little kid each night and throughout the day. Because I am neurotic about raising a kid who … Continue reading →
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Some Open Questions for #OpenLearning17

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Reading Time: 2 minutesThey say when one door closes, another opens (or a window, maybe). But we don’t usually talk about how sometimes opening a particular door might actually close another. For the same people, or different ones. Open/Shut flickr photo by sarae shared under … Continue reading →
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