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ITOE: I Slow

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) As I had feared, I have just not had the time to keep up with the homework for the “Introduction to Open Education” class. I find myself falling further and further behind. For this reason, … Continue reading

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ITOE: Comparing Two OpenCourseWare Styles

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) It’s week three, and the course continues to elide the distinction between open education and open educational resources. That’s a shame because there’s a real opportunity to explore the differences in goals in the current … Continue reading

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ITOE: Motivations for Open Education

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) Well, it’s only the second week of class, and I’m already turning an assignment in late. (It was due yesterday.) I can’t even argue (plausibly, anyway) that the dog ate my blog post. So much … Continue reading

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ITOE: History of Open Education

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) Update: If I had watched the class lecture video before writing this, I would have known exactly what role open source played in early thinking about open educational resources. My bad. This is the first assignment … Continue reading

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