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The New Pedagogy of Open Content: Bringing Together Production, Knowledge, Development, and Learning

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Graham Attwell ,

Director of the Welsh Independent Research Institute, Pontydysgu
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Paolo M Pumilia

Open Culture International Association, Europe
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Abstract

The fast growing Open Content movement has profound consequences for pedagogical approaches to learning. This paper will explore the use of Open Content in higher education, including training for scientists and scholars at large, and consider its pedagogic implications. Relevance of these issues is expected to grow in the near future, involving the ability of scholars to cope with the increased need to access, search through, and fruitfully draw knowledge from data, especially for teams where cross-disciplinary competences are required to analyse, evaluate, and exchange data across a variety of research fields.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.6.S211
How to Cite: Attwell, G. & Pumilia, P.M., (2007). The New Pedagogy of Open Content: Bringing Together Production, Knowledge, Development, and Learning. Data Science Journal. 6, pp.S211–S219. DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.6.S211
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Published on 26 Apr 2007.
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