Essays (these can be annotated with Hypothes.is [link to a group for our LC])
See also readings in the sidebar widget on the right, that appear when Jane uses a web-based bookmarking tool and tags articles for our group.
Some of the “whys” of teaching and learning of the open web.
Jim Groom and Brian Lamb Reclaiming Innovation
A case for the open web to support collaborating, connecting learning across courses, innovating.
Jenkins, et. al. Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture
A MacArthur funded White Paper on new literacies needed for participating in open, networked culture.
Shifting contexts for learning in higher ed, including participatory culture.
Plymouth State University’s faculty statement on open, connected learning in interdisciplinary curriculum.
Three Myths about Education Technology and Points of Light Beyond Announcement of a new report on how educational technology, as now used, exacerbates educational inequalities rather than addressing them.
We can from groups to share reading of books that provide broader context for the “why” of open pedagogies.
Some starting points (with sign ups) can be found here.