"Open" as a descriptor of things is clear. A door, a faucet, an electronic circuit is open or closed. It works as well for learning things, e.g. educational resources, by a number of licenses. But applying open to concepts like pedagogy as witnessed by a long twitter ping pong and ...

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creative commons licensed ( BY-SA ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Before reading this, I suggest reviewing Mariana's newly shared "The psychology of open: On wrestling your inner MOOC". It was written for a presentation she is doing June 3 at one of the more interestingly titled and themed conferences -- The ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Christian O. Harris On May 15th I am bringing a new round of Amazing True Stories of Openness to the Yavapai College Summer Institute and guess what? I WANT MOTE STORIES! A few people said they would do these ...

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It feels like an old song to me (nothing wrong with classics), but open content or open education IMHO is not solely focused on the things- the courseware, the things shared - its more about the spirit of sharing openly, and how that multiplies, sometimes on its own accord. This is ...

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