Tag Archives: open

Do I need a new license? Creative Commons, Cambridge Analytica and Ethics

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

Earlier this year Robin de Rosa and Rajiv Jhangiani launched the Open Pedagogy Notebook, a resource for any educators to both use open resources and learn more about the underpinning idea of open. I first met Robin in August 2016 at DigPedPEI, we had lots of conversations, and in one particular break out session Robin […] Read more

Analytics & Narratives

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

This post is Co-Authored with Dave Cormier The importance of storytelling in organisational change is sometimes overlooked, this post, and especially today, is written with Andrew Asher and Donna Lanclos in mind, who capture the stories in and around libraries to enhance the student experience. In 2016 the predictive and explanatory power of analytics have […] Read more

Open practice? Reflections from the towpath.

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

This is a story about open practice, that I have told before, but is worth telling again. Not least because you can take from it what you will and add what layers and meanings you need to. This is what I have taken, 5 years later, from it. May 2011. I am on Holiday, I […] Read more