Tweet WordPress blogs have this QuickPress box that I never use, but I think you might find some value in Tony Bates’ OERs: the good, the bad and the ugly. He went relatively light on criticism of OCWC. Why not question less effective efforts?
Tweet The Mission to Learn blog featured a guest post by Dena White entitled: Top 10 Free Health & Medical Open Courseware Collections. One of the featured 10 is the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s OPENCOURSEWARE (OCW) project. I also discovered the OpenCourseWare Consortium (OCWC) which received funding support by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. [...]
Tweet What are you doing on May 14th, 2010? You don’t have to go anywhere, because MacLearning and Apple Computer are producing a one-day online conference transmitted from two academic venues: AcademiX 2010: Learning in an open-access world. No fee. MacLearning will bring an excellent group of speakers into this program simultaneously at MIT and [...]
Tweet What is at the foundation of the open content movement for education? A definition: The essence of an 4R framework described above is a very close cousin of the Creative Commons licensing movement, which has been providing free licenses to mark creative work with legal permission (license) to share, remix, and distribute a broad array [...]