25 septembre 2019

What Would Radical Transparency Mean for Wired? (Part 2)

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Chris Anderson[Edit][Delete]: What Would Radical Transparency Mean for Wired? (Part 2), Long Tail [Edit][Delete] December 14, 2006
Chris Anderson gives the upsides and risks of six principles of open publishing: "All staff edit their own personal 'about' pages; Show what we're working on; Share the reporting as it happens; Give comments equal status to the story they're commenting on; Let readers decide what's best; Wikifiy everything." I do some of these, and not others. I am pretty open about process. As for comments, I allow then, anonymously, even, but when it comes down to it I figure readers can post comments in their own blog, just like me. Same with deciding what's best and wikifying. I don't need to 'let' readers to this, they can do it on their own (and I provide the RSS feed and licensing to enable it). More...

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23 août 2019

What's Up With MeTooSTEM?

HomeBy Colleen Flaherty. Former members of the advocacy nonprofit say that it's not inclusive and lacks transparency. Its leader says there's room for other voices and groups in science's antiharassment movement. More...

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22 août 2019

Trump Administration's Take on Transparency and Deregulation

HomeBy Paul Fain. Education Department official describes the administration's philosophy on accountability in higher education and agrees with fellow panelists on states' overreliance on federal funding. More...

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19 août 2019

Egalité femmes-hommes : 8 % des grandes entreprises rechignent à la transparence

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-FranceCinq mois après son entrée en vigueur, 92 % des entreprises de plus de 1 000 salariés ont publié leur index égalité. Le ministère du Travail a envoyé une mise en demeure à celles qui traînent toujours les pieds. Plus...

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12 juillet 2019

A Lack of Transparency In the News Aggregator World

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Christian Long[Edit][Delete]: A Lack of Transparency In the News Aggregator World, think:lab [Edit][Delete] August 7, 2006
Christian Long struggles with aggregation, and in particular the work of Jym Brittain. In a comment, Brittain writes, "If you object to your content being syndicated, turn off the syndication function of your blog." It's an issue that occupies many people with RSS feeds (and for that matter Creative Commons licenses). It's something that I addressed recently. More...

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06 juillet 2019

Wage-by-Major Statistics: Transparency to What End?

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/blog_landing/public/JustVisitingLogo_white.jpg?itok=K5uvzo_-By John WarnerWhat if those wage-by-major statistics obscure more than they reveal. A guest post from Zachary Bleemer on complications to the dream of transparency. More...

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24 juin 2019

Consulter les résultats des services publics en toute transparence

Screenshot-2018-5-5 Actualités ModernisationLa transparence sur l’efficacité et la qualité des services publics est un élément fondamental pour renforcer la confiance entre l’administration et ses usagers. D’ici 2020, tous les services de l’Etat en relation avec les usagers ont accepté de rendre compte de la qualité des leurs services en partageant publiquement leurs indicateurs de qualité (performance et satisfaction) dans leurs lieux d’accueil. Des chiffres, simples, clairs, fruits de votre expérience d’usagers. Plus...

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15 juin 2019

Digital credentials need more transparency

eCampus NewsA partnership between two groups aims to advance new interoperability and transparency standards for digital credentials and institutional data systems. More...

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27 mars 2019

Slim – Inexpensive – Transparent

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Slim – Inexpensive – Transparent
Inteview with Martin Röll, a Luxembourger blogger living in Dreden and producer of Das E-Business Weblog and various publications on the topic. More...

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02 mars 2019

Expectations Build for College Transparency Legislation

HomeBy Andrew Kreighbaum. With Democrats in charge of the House education committee, supporters of a student-level data system hope to see progress in Congress on transparency for college outcomes. More...

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