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The reason why Eummena is a non-profit is not because it's not an ambitious organization. The opposite is, in fact, true for the Belgium-based provider of Open Source Learning Management System solutions to the Middle East and...
The May, 2020 issue of the Journal of Interactive Media in Education (JIME) is a special collection on "Open Education and Social Justice." It is a theoretical look at issues of inclusion, diversity and "participatory parity" in...
By Henry Kronk, eLearningInside News. This article was originally posted at news.elearninginside.com When discussing a student’s ability to achieve an undergraduate degree, the topic of textbooks has increasingly come to the fore. While less...
More Open EdTech for SDGs Is quality learning content a universal right? If UNESCO statements are any indications, yes. In 2012, The Paris OER Declaration coined the term for "Open Educational...
Updated in July 1st, 2019. If you're interested in learning a new skill or want to check out how simple a Moodle course can be (when using/tapping open resources available elsewhere on the web) you should check out Open, Of...
To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a ten-item OER “Fact Sheet” with actionable and interesting data about OER and its latest...
Moodle Pty Ltd is debuting a landing page, a blog, and a few new tools to help move their new education-based “open social media,” MoodleNet forward. The main link, moodle.com/moodlenet, currently redirects to the documentation page, itself a work...
While the MoodleNet project advances, the good old repository at moodle.net continues to host quality content that teachers, admins, and developers can freely appropriate to use as their own. Perhaps a one-click install of moodle.net content is all it...
For Shouhou and Hai Wang, researchers writing for the University of West Georgia’s Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, textbooks are “shamefully expensive.” The solution to this problem has been in the works for over ten years and its...
I only came across the concept (now an advocacy hashtag) of “openwashing” a few months ago. As it turns out, the international movement to denounce marketing claims of openness that do not reciprocate in corresponding user rights and freedoms...