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[:en]Mozilla Open Education Course – 2[:]

[:en]Mozilla Open Education Course – 2[:]

[:en] The discussion is going on on the list of the course also in a distributed way through twitter, the participants blogs, the wiki course. We had some troubles with the webex solutions for the live conferences (only audio, slides and chat) so I discovered the Openvideoconference. I discovered the Flatknowledge project, a wonderful idea of open source publishing: “Flat World would become a publisher—commission, edit, and peer review the books—but it would give its titles away free on the…

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[:en]Mozilla Open Education Course – 3 – My Blueprint[:]

[:en]Mozilla Open Education Course – 3 – My Blueprint[:]

[:en] We, as participant of the Mozilla course, are requested to produce a Blueprint as assignment. Everyone is trying to think something useful for the educational community. My proposal arise fromt the consideration of language barriers in the OER community: the english (and spanish, too) speaking people could access many educational resources, open or semi-open, but for italian language (and I suppose also for many other languages in the world) things are very different. So, in my opinion the question…

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[:en]Mozilla Open Education Course – 1[:]

[:en]Mozilla Open Education Course – 1[:]

[:en] I was very happy that my application to theOpen Education promoted by the Mozilla Foundation, ccLearn and P2PU (Peer2Peer University) was accepted. The course content were organized in three areas: open license, open technology and open pedagogy. It was requested to propose a project idea to participate to the course: at the end of course, we have to prepare a blueprint related to the proposed idea. Here the list of participant: for each of us, a bref description and…

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[:it]Open Education: parte il corso promosso da Mozilla[:]

[:it]Open Education: parte il corso promosso da Mozilla[:]

[:it]Sono molto contenta che la mia domanda di partecipazione al corso di Open Education promosso dalla Mozilla Foundation, da ccLearn, e dalla P2PU (Peer2Peer University) sia stata accettata. I contenuti del corso sono organizzati in tre aree: licenze aperte, tecnologie aperte e pedagogia aperta. Per essere ammessi al corso, che inzia il 2 aprile e termina il 7 maggio, era necessario presentare un’idea di progetto. Al termine del corso i partecipanti dovranno realizzare, con l’aiuto dei diversi tutor, un vero…

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