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16 janvier 2020

Open Source Tool as an Alternative to a Monolithic LMS

Techno-News BlogDuke University announced Kits, an open-source, next-generation digital learning environment (NGDLE). More...

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By encouraging homegrown textbooks, HVCC saves its students a quarter mil

Techno-News BlogSpurred on by the possibility of making college even more affordable for its students, Hudson Valley Community College is now in its third year of adopting open educational resources. More...

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15 janvier 2020

How Open-Source Is Sakai?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. How Open-Source Is Sakai?
Jim Groom looks at Sakai and finds it impenetrable. "A host of research universities threw millions of dollars at an idea of an open source application, but they did it in a traditional academic way which put the idea and the perceived needs before the actual community and real needs." In fairness, the Sakai people are aware of the usability issues (they've seen it mentioned before). More...

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Open Source Holo-Emitter for Second Life

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Open Source Holo-Emitter for Second Life
It must be the philosopher in me, but I can't help asking about the ontological status of a hologram produced inside a virtual world like Second Life. Never mind questions like 'is it real?' or not - can it even be said to 'exist'? What is existence, if that exists. More...

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Use PRISM To Start A Dialogue On Open Access

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Use PRISM To Start A Dialogue On Open Access
Finally, from ACRLog, signs of 'getting it': "The question for librarians, higher ed administrators and scholars then, is why hasn't open access in physics led to journal cancellations? Do we really want to set up two systems, an open access repository system while maintaining the old system with publisher embargoes so that libraries will have to maintain subscriptions? Do we really want to 'partner' with the kind of companies that have launched such a deceptive and distorted PR campaign? More...

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12 janvier 2020

Concern Raised Over White House Open-Access Policy

HomeBy Lindsay McKenzie. A rumored U.S. executive order focusing on public access to federally funded research is ruffling feathers in the scholarly publishing world. More...

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07 janvier 2020

Etoile - ORIOM - OPEN DATA Dans le cadre de la mise en place de l'open data, L'ORFE du GIP Alfa Centre-Val de Loire a créé sur ORIOM un espace permettant de télécharger les bases pouvant être mises à disposition.

 Retrouvez les éléments disponibles ci-dessous :

Formation Continue :

• La base des Organismes de Formation proposant à minima une formation professionnelle au titre du PRF

• La base des Actions de Formation proposées au titre du PRF

Formation Initiale :

• L’offre de formation professionnelle initiale quel que soit l’opérateur, avec la nomenclature de l’observatoire régional formation emploi

L’offre de formation générale et technologique quel que soit l’opérateur, avec la nomenclature de l’observatoire régional formation emploi

Formation Sanitaire et Social :

• L'offre de formation du champ Sanitaire et Social (périmètre des enquêtes écoles de la DREES). Plus...

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01 décembre 2019

Open Access Week à Strasbourg

Sur le blog "Histoires d'universités" de Pierre Dubois. 2019. L’Open Access Week (Semaine internationale du libre accès), qui se tiendra à l’Université de Strasbourg du 21 au 26 octobre 2019, est un événement international qui vise à sensibiliser l’ensemble de la communauté scientifique aux bénéfices du libre accès aux résultats et données de la recherche. Plus...

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30 novembre 2019

Open University ‘at the heart of switch to a green UK economy’

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "theguardian"There have been times in the past few years when this veneration has been tested. The government’s decision in 2012 to raise tuition fees and cut grants delivered a shock to the OU’s business model, which relied on mature and part-time students. Mature students proved reluctant to take on a debt they would have little time to repay and the financial model did not easily support part-timers wanting to dip in and out of learning. More...

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29 novembre 2019

The Open Journal Format

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. The Open Journal Format
I know that there has been no shortage of people trying their hand at online journal publication, and I don't expect I'm proposing a lot that's new here. Nonetheless, I sketch a model of a journal that I am considering, one that attempts to balance openness and academic integrity. Stephen Downes, Half an Hour September 7, 2007 [Link] [Tags: , , ]. More...

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