March 8th, 2019 16:58

Help us spread open tech in education!

Nathan Schneider
Nathan Schneider Public Seen by 238

Together with the UCSD digital librarian Erin Glass, I've been building a wiki called Ethical EdTech, focused on sharing strategies for free, open, non-extractive technology in education settings. We've built a bit of a foundation, but we have a long way to go. To invite a broader set of stakeholders into the project, we're hosting our first edit-a-thon on April 3. It will be virtual, but we also are inviting people to host their own in-person sessions. (3 so far!) This seems like a project very much aligned with this community, and we'd love for any of you to participate. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for considering!

Bob Haugen

Bob Haugen March 9th, 2019 15:50

@ntnsndr you might want to connect with https://learndeep.org/

They are not present in this community, but @lynnfoster @ivan116 and I work with them. How would we suggest to them to engage if they want to do so? Apparently the online participation is not ready yet.

Also Sensorica is talking about an educational program. @tiberiusbrastavice would know more.

Adam Waterhouse

Adam Waterhouse March 9th, 2019 18:29

Hi Nathan - yes please, count me in. I would like to contribute towards this, most certainly.

Bob Haugen

Bob Haugen March 10th, 2019 13:44

@mayel is this something that MoodleNet should engage with?

Tiberius Brastaviceanu

Tiberius Brastaviceanu March 15th, 2019 22:50

Michel Bauwens

Michel Bauwens March 16th, 2019 20:44

I have diffused, dear Nathan, in 3 forums and twice on Twitter,

if you want, we can ask Stacco/Ann Marie to post an appeal in our blog as well

please note our own Education section at https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/Category:Education

our very extensive directory of open infrastructures is at Category:P2P_Infrastructure

Christophe Parot

Christophe Parot August 16th, 2019 09:43

Education open softwares listed by Framasoft:

Michel Bauwens

Michel Bauwens August 17th, 2019 12:09

thank you!