Archivos diarios: 18/10/11

What can be done to encourage HEIs to embrace open learning resources?

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Why don’t we talk more about collaborative production of learning materials?
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Shutting Down Open Resources ~ Stephen’s Web

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Stephen’s take! Stephen’s Web, the home page of Stephen Downes, with news and information on e-learning, new media, instructional technology, educational design, and related subjects (Shutting Down Open Resources http://t.co/lQb9hvI4…
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Quietly Killing the Quiet Revolution–the Attack on Open Education

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From the Quick & the ED (Amy Laiten) obserevations on what is happenin around what has been described as “one of the most innovative federal higher-education programs ever conceived” (Kevin Carey). Are new restrictions placing thisunderattack?
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Englishmen in New York: Redefining academic publishing in digital spaces | Sarah Thorneycroft | oScholar

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Learning with ‘e’s: When the dam breaks…

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Una biblioteca científica del siglo XIII en la red

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LiveScribe in the Classroom – LiveBinder

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Resources and ideas for implementing the LiveScribe smartpen in the classroom…
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Plataformas educativas, un tema para docentes y alumnos

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The Deep Science of Cooperation: Martin Nowak

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If you are interested in cooperative studies or just want to build a more collaborative culture in your place of work, watch the below 20 minute talk by Martin Nowak.
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lawikidejuancar – home wiki de la Web 2.0

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