Volume 45, Number 4
As institutions and as individuals, we seem to have forgotten the core values of education: sharing, giving, and generosity.
Open content is not yet changing students' lives because there are questions that should be answered first.
Online open courses can leverage communications technologies and open the door to learners to fully engage with the academic process.
Open digital faculty do more than just share and participate in open resources; they transfer their approaches to the teaching space.
Has the wave of the open web crested? What does "open educational technology" look like, and does it stand for anything?
The right to be a creator, the right to govern and develop one's own knowledge, and the right to share with others are fundamental freedoms for the Internet age.
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