Monthly Archives: November 2011

Public Domain Music Keeps Getting Better

Image via WikipediaHow does public domain music keep getting better? For one thing, the technology being used to clean up sound files has gotten significantly better. Many of the online archives of audio suffered from some pretty raw recordings from … Continue reading

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Call for Open Education Practices

Image by Matthias Ripp via Flickr This is from Abel Caine: UNESCO is a member of the Open Educational Quality Initiative (OPAL) which aimed to create a new open educational practices (OEP) framework. Open educational practices were defined as practices … Continue reading

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Why #Occupy will succeed

George Siemens wrote an interesting post on the Occupy Movement earlier this month. I think he gets that leaderless, connected groups can succeed but he also writes “I saw a few #occupy members on Colbert Report yesterday. They may not … Continue reading

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Job Announcement: Open Education Director

Image by wiccked via FlickrTacoma Community College, an innovative college in an innovative state, is advertising for an “Open Education Program Program Director.” I can tell you by direct experience that this is a good college to work for. I … Continue reading

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