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Tip of the Hat to Jean Lievens.
Open Government Graphic Below the Fold
Ben Janssen [has] made an interesting remark, as Ben often does. In his view, Open Education is not only a public good, but can also be used as a communication channel. As he stated:
“in my work as an external consultant I often find that departments within an organization are working on the same projects, starting the same pilots and the same programs”.
Even over organizations he sees the same phenomena: organizations who work on the same projects without knowing what happens a stone throw away.
Jean Lievens: C. M. Rubin Interview Howard Rheingold on Global Search for (Digital) Education + PBI Meta
“We live in a world now where anybody can ask any question anywhere and get thousands of answers within seconds, but it is up to the questioner to determine which of those answers are legit, which are false, which are intentionally misleading.” — Howard Rheingold
The literacies today: attention, crap detection, participation, collaboration, and network awareness.