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Thursday
Oct 20th, 2011
4:00 PM - 4:50 PM
Meeting Room 113A
Eastern Time
Open education creates positive disruption of economic models, with potential to address cost and control concerns and redefine customer-vendor partnerships. Can we fuel change in support of the academic mission, or will it crumble under the weight of the status quo? Three CEOs will share their visions and concerns for the future.
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Interested in open education, then you might be interested in "Openness" as well...
From critical IT services to educational content, distributed models based on openness are challenging higher education's traditional approaches. The Openness Constituent Group (http://www.educause.edu/groups/openness) focuses on the emergence and adoption of open technologies, practices, policies, and initiatives, and how they affect the delivery and support of education. Topics include but are not limited to free and open source software, open content, open educational resources, open courseware, open standards, and management practices such as open business and enterprise 2.0


Comments

Hey I like this new economic model for higher education find out more in 5 mins in room 113A #E11_SESS113 #EDU11 http://t.co/NzE1I2Gw

Interested in open education, then you might be interested in "Openness" as well...
From critical IT services to educational content, distributed models based on openness are challenging higher education's traditional approaches. The Openness Constituent Group (http://www.educause.edu/groups/openness) focuses on the emergence and adoption of open technologies, practices, policies, and initiatives, and how they affect the delivery and support of education. Topics include but are not limited to free and open source software, open content, open educational resources, open courseware, open standards, and management practices such as open business and enterprise 2.0