open education

$25,000 prize: "Why Open Education Matters" video competition
Creative Commons, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Open Society Foundations are offering up to $25,000 in cash prizes to "the best short videos that explain the use and promise of free, high-quality open educational resources and describe the benefits and opportunities these materials... Read more
1 comment Posted 16 Mar 2012 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
Australia is leading a global, digital, open education revolution
Australia is ranked first among English-speaking counties and second in the world in leading a global, digital, open education revolution. Australia follows closely behind top-ranked South Korea –a nation with a bold policy goal of all textbooks and the entire school curriculum available in digital... Read more
8 comments Posted 14 Mar 2012 by Carolyn Fox Feed
Open education reconsidered
What a great article in Sunday’s New York Times about East Mooresville Intermediate School. A bunch of quotes from the article that stood out to me. First, about the program’s success:
2 comments Posted 14 Feb 2012 by Greg DeKoenigsberg Feed
Can Apple change education?
On January 19, Apple held a large, education-related event on in New York City. Just as with almost any other Apple event, pre-event speculations were all over the place. It was clear that the announcement was going to target the textbook market, but what wasn't clear was its scope. As AllThingsD's... Read more
6 comments Posted 24 Jan 2012 by Sebastian Dziallas Feed
year in review
There is something about a new year that always seems so promising and energizing. It doesn’t seem like too long ago we were saying thank heavens for 2011, and now it’s time to bring in 2012. Before we close this chapter, let’s take a quick look at the ten most popular articles in the education... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Dec 2011 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
If you've ever wished you could afford a Stanford University course--or just this semester's textbooks for community college, we have some interesting articles for you this week. If you've wondered how you would score on your child's standardized tests, read on.
0 comments Posted 21 Dec 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
Open Source Physics wins award for online education
Open Source Physics is an online curriculum resource, created and edited by a group of college professors, that provides students new ways to understand and predict physical phenomena through computational physics and computer modeling. For students who learn best by exploring and doing versus just... Read more
4 comments Posted 14 Dec 2011 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
"Shakespeare goes social:" how open video is revolutionizing learning
What can "social video" do for learning?
0 comments Posted 12 Dec 2011 by Matt Thompson Feed
The making of Arduino
IEEE Spectrum, the flagship publication for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, recently carried an article on the history of the popular open hardware microcontroller board, the Arduino.
5 comments Posted 6 Dec 2011 by Mel Chua Feed
Freer than free, opener than open: The fight for the learning management systems
These are exciting times for those who use Learning Management Systems (LMS), applications that help teachers (and students) get a handle on their course materials, grading, and assignments. Currently there are150+ different LMS companies and projects available. And as with any product on its way... Read more
8 comments Posted 3 Nov 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed

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