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Speaker(s): Joseph Hardin

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Open CourseWare - Pedagogy, Social Practices and Tools

Making the content from university courses available to the global public has been shown by MIT and others to have a number of unexpected benefits for the institution and its members. Investigating these benefits and related incentives has led us to develop a set of practices that feed into participatory pedagogies and can result in open courseware materials as a no or low-cost derivative. Discussion of the software, the research, and the underlying ideas of participatory pedagogies.

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