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The Opening By J. Darnell Johnson
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The Opening is about a khem (black) hue-man being named Ja, from the planet Kebb who has a yearning for paradise in the stars and believes that the grass is greener on the other side... of the... More > galaxy. Traveling through the Opening with his family, Ja finds a terrifying civilization where whites are the slave master and their blacks are enslaved. Ja, his family and other blacks endure a daily dose of psychological and physical peppering while only Leo Bonaparte, the Compound’s evil owner, knows who Ja really is. In a shocking climax that rivals Planet of the Apes original movie and book. Will Ja become the planet’s slave or savior? "Drawing on the science fiction elements of Octavia Butler's Parable of the Talents, as well as the time-travel approach of Kindred, we get a new vision of the possible in The Opening, which is the function of all creative expression, after all." –Shannon Gibney, Writer & Educator< Less
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The Opening is about a khem (black) hue-man being named Ja, from the planet Kebb who has a yearning for paradise in the stars and believes that the grass is greener on the other side... of the... More > galaxy. Traveling through the Opening with his family, Ja finds a terrifying civilization where whites are the slave master and their blacks are enslaved. Ja, his family and other blacks endure a daily dose of psychological and physical peppering while only Leo Bonaparte, the Compound’s evil owner, knows who Ja really is. In a shocking climax that rivals Planet of the Apes original movie and book. Will Ja become the planet’s slave or savior? "Drawing on the science fiction elements of Octavia Butler's Parable of the Talents, as well as the time-travel approach of Kindred, we get a new vision of the possible in The Opening, which is the function of all creative expression, after all." –Shannon Gibney, Writer & Educator< Less
Into the wild - Technology for open educational resources By Amber Thomas et al.
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Between 2009 and 2012 the UK Higher Education Funding Council funded a series of programmes to encourage higher education institutions in the UK to release existing educational content as Open... More > Educational Resources. The HEFCE funded UK OER Programme was run and managed by the JISC and the Higher Education Academy. The JISC CETIS "OER Technology Support Project" provided support for technical innovation across this programme. This book synthesises and reflects on the approaches taken and lessons learnt across the Programme and by the Support Project. This book is not intended as a beginners guide or a technical manual, instead it is an expert synthesis of the key technical issues arising from a national publicly-funded programme. It is intended for people working with technology to support the creation, management, dissemination and tracking of open educational resources, and particularly those who design digital infrastructure and services at institutional and national level.< Less
Open Education 2006 Conference Program By COSL Press
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Open Education 2006: Community, Culture & Content Conference Program
Open Education 2006 Conference Program By COSL Press
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Open Education 2006: Community, Culture & Content Conference Program
Educated Games: Communities as organizational form for open innovation By Rene Derks
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This study poses that innovation is no longer a process internal to a single organization, it is a joint activity of multiple organizations and individuals. The inter-organizational nature of... More > innovation is described while theory on open innovation is developed. Specifically, this paper discusses Communities of Practice as an organizational form for inter-organizational innovation. It concludes that a Community of Practice needs to incorporate traditional market parties as well as traditionally non-market parties to realize knowledge sharing in a setting of “facilitated chaos”. Please, if you buy or d/l this book, send me an e-mail to let me know what you think...< Less
Educated Games: Communities as organizational form for open innovation By Rene Derks
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This study poses that innovation is no longer a process internal to a single organization, it is a joint activity of multiple organizations and individuals. The inter-organizational nature of... More > innovation is described while theory on open innovation is developed. Specifically, this paper discusses Communities of Practice as an organizational form for inter-organizational innovation. It concludes that a Community of Practice needs to incorporate traditional market parties as well as traditionally non-market parties to realize knowledge sharing in a setting of “facilitated chaos”. Please, if you buy or d/l this book, send me an e-mail to let me know what you think...< Less
Open Educational Resources for Educators Version 1.0 - Color Edition By Seth Gurell
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The OER Handbook is an introductory guide for educators to the Open Education movement. The handbook is arranged along the "OER Lifecycle:" Find, Compose, Adapt, Use and Share.
Open Educational Resources for Educators Version 1.0 - Color Edition By Seth Gurell
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The OER Handbook is an introductory guide for educators to the Open Education movement. The handbook is arranged along the "OER Lifecycle:" Find, Compose, Adapt, Use and Share.
Open Educational Resources Handbook for Educators Version 1.0 By Seth Gurell
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The OER Handbook is an introductory guide for educators to the Open Education movement. The handbook is arranged along the "OER Lifecycle:" Find, Compose, Adapt, Use and Share.