Aria F. Chernik, JD, PhD, is an open educator at Duke University, where she is Director of OSPRI (Open Source Pedagogy, Research + Innovation). Aria has over fifteen years of experience teaching at the K-12, undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. She is passionate about designing open learning environments and believes that open knowledge can create a more participatory, beautiful, and peaceful world.
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Yes, this part really resonated with me as well. It's a similar argument for why we should mandate that all information published from labor supported by taxpayer dollars (i.e., educators at public institutions) be free and open for public consumption. And yet . . . Hopefully we will continue to move in the right direction on these issues.
Thank you! Such a helpful resource as I start designing new courses and learning experiences about open leadership.