Having taken some time off from my #5Papers summaries
(though still reading in the background!), I was moved by Martin Oliver’s thoughtful work on Open Education, and related to my recent attendance at the 2016 Networked Learning Conference
where open learning was one of my own take-away points, I wanted to share this in case others may not have seen this work.
1/ I read Martin Oliver (2015) From openness to permeability: Reframing open education in terms of positive liberty in the enactment of academic practices http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2015.1029940 #5Papers
2/ Oliver’s premise is that the concept of openness is under-developed within learning technology
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