I am thrilled to report that my former colleague Ken Udas, most recently the Executive Director of Penn State World Campus and before that a fellow escapee from the SUNY Learning Network, has been selected as the new CEO of UMassOnline. Says University of Massachusetts President Jack M. Wilson, The role of CEO of UMassOnline […]
My fellow SUNY escapees Patrick Masson and Ken Udas are up to some good stuff now. They’ve started an EDUCAUSE constituent group on Openness–open source, open standards, open educational resources, open content, open management practices, etc. Their hope is that the disparate groups that tend to care about each of these strands will identify the […]
I have an article up today on Terra Incognita. If you haven’t checked this blog out yet, I highly recommend that you do. Managed by Penn State World Campus’s Executive Director Ken Udas, the blog features a series of guest posts by various interesting folks on topics related to open source and open educational resources […]
After a brief summer hiatus, Ken Udas’ Terra Incognita blog is resuming its series of guest posts on open source and open educational resources in higher education. The latest post is from Gavin Baker, a member of the board of directors for FreeCulture.org (among other things). Good stuff.
My good friend Ken Udas has asked me to pass along the following: I would like to point you to a project that I am helping to coordinate on “The Impact of Open Source Software on Education,” in which a group of colleagues are posting perspectives on OSS in education. The group will make brief […]