open education

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The OpenCourseWare Consortium organized Open Education Week to raise awareness about open source, open education, and open educational resources. Participants include open textbook organizations, academic institutions from around the world, and other valuable open education ogranizations. All... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Feb 2013 by Heidi Ellis Feed
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The province of British Columbia started out with a vision over 10 years ago to have "one student record, stored in one location, accessed by all authorized users." And all but four districts in the province, and many independent schools, followed this vision by adopting BCeSIS as their core... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Feb 2013 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
open education resource
In late January, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveiled the Open Book Project (remarks, project page, press notice), an initiative to expand access to free, high-quality educational materials in Arabic, with a particular focus on science and technology. These resources will be released... Read more
6 comments Posted 15 Feb 2013 by Cable Green Feed
Teacher Learner
This year I made a New Year resolution to foster a more open education at home by joining a growing subculture of society. To start, I began replacing some commercial household products, such as toothpaste, with 'open source' ones. After all, there is no patent on or trademark for baking soda (2/3... Read more
3 comments Posted 28 Jan 2013 by Carolyn Fox Feed
open education resources
The end of 2012 is here and over time I think it will be considered a revolutionary moment for open education and open source. A tipping point. A seismic shift. The world has not seen this type of revolution since the early 1400s and the arrival of the printing press.
1 comment Posted 7 Jan 2013 by Carolyn Fox Feed
open education
I hereby declare 2012 the year of open source in libraries! If not the year, it was still an impressive year for open source in libraries. It was 2004 when I first learned about the Koha open source integrated library system and started researching what it would mean to our library to make the... Read more
3 comments Posted 2 Jan 2013 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
year in review education
Here we are again—the dawn of a new year is upon us. I really can't believe it. It is me or do the years seem to go by faster and faster? Before we close this chapter, let’s take a quick look at the ten most popular articles from opensource.com in education for 2012, starting with number ten and... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Dec 2012 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
Open Education
MOOCs—or Massive Open Online Courses—have been getting a lot of attention lately. Just in the last year or so there’s been immense interest in the potential for large scale online learning, with significant investments being made in companies (Coursera, Udacity, Udemy), similar non-profit... Read more
2 comments Posted 14 Nov 2012 by Timothy Vollmer Feed
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Municipalities across America should be working to bring open source educational tools to schoolchildren so they will have the necessary digital literacy skills to tap into their creativity and imagination, or even to provide them with valuable future life and workforce skills. And the case of the... Read more
2 comments Posted 8 Nov 2012 by Carolyn Fox Feed
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Hampshire student and FSF campaigns organizer Kira shares the success of their ambitious project to help fellow students get started with free software. The achievements of Kira's organization, LibrePlanet/Students for Free Culture, is exciting and replicable outside of Hampshire. Kira provides... Read more
4 comments Posted 7 Nov 2012 by Kira Feed

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