A school in Stockholm has made headlines after introducing compulsory Minecraft lessons for 13-year-old students, with teachers hoping the Swedish computer game will encourage the children to develop their thinking.
Repositories Support Project event. In this free RSP webinar, Nick Sheppard (Leeds Met Repository Development Officer) and Laura Skilton (Learning and Teaching Coordinator and Jorum Business Development Manager), will discuss issues on Open...
If you look at content as a product that needs to be sold (ie, as a fixed entity, like a textbook) then your sales channels, your product marketing team, and the skills needed for marketing become necessary for your business. But, this perspective takes a narrow approach on what open content can be, and reduces it to just a replacement for a textbook. This perspective misses how the value of open content accrues over time. Or, in other words, open content should not be blamed for the failure or success of business models that need to sell content.
Research on the Information Society, the Digital Divide and Information and Communication Technologies for development (Open educational resources on Cloud Computing and Social Networking Sites for professionals, by @ictlogist
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