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Thursday
Oct 20th, 2011
5:00 PM - 5:50 PM
Meeting Room 107A/B
Eastern Time
This panel will address both the large-scale community vision for Sakai's next-generation open academic environment product and the translation of that vision into NYU's OAE pilot. OAE has been shaped by a conceptual framework of community-developed Design Lenses and its central governance by stakeholder institutions. Attendees will hear about the impact of these user-centered efforts on OAE design, see a demonstration of current progress, and learn about the ways NYU's Global Liberal Studies degree, which takes the network as a guiding metaphor, has constructed its curriculum and pedagogy in concert with the development of this new vision for instructional technology.
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It is late in the day but come find out more the new Sakai platform in room 107 A/B #EDU11 #E11_SESS126 in 5 mins http://t.co/tunoU0hU

Interested in open source software, 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

It is late in the day but come find out more the new Sakai platform in room 107 A/B #EDU11 #E11_SESS126 in 5 mins http://t.co/tunoU0hU

Interested in open source software, 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