The classroom, where we share our learning, has moved online, and we need to be able to move our stuff there too
From his intro on the Open Content Licensing for Educators course.
An interesting position – I agree that some of the process has gone online, but for me at least I feel I still operate in a hybrid position, with some of my content shared (like this) but others sitting “locked” away on my laptop.
The question is why – is some stuff not worth sharing? Does repetition of opinion online advance our knowledge, or just help drown out any dissent? Something to ponder as the course progresses