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What does “open” mean?
Some of the shorter responses
Visible and public.
The ability to use and share the work freely and without constraint provided you credit the author/source
It’s a buzz word to associate education with equal opportunity.
It was so lovely to see you in action yesterday at the VRT. I enjoyed your inspiring talk so much, with all the practical activities you demonstrated.
Many congratulations on presenting at a webinar for the first time – you did so well, and I was very happy for you
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At the heart of the Open Education Resources movement (and the Open movement in general) is the notion that education is a public good. The progression to such sentiment may be based in a notion that an educated citizenry betters democracy and civic life (folks like John Locke and Thomas Jefferson), or that knowledge and wisdom are non-rivalrous and non-excludable (Econ 101), or that the increase and diffusion of knowledge stimulates societal and cultural growth (James Smithson, John Quincy Adams).…