Defining Open Authority: Museum Computer Network 2013

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"Defining Open Authority" presented as part of a full panel on Open Authority in museums at the Museum Computer Network in Montreal, 2013. Other panelists include Ed Rodley, Jeffrey Inscho, Porchia Moore, and Elizabeth Bollwerk. http://lanyrd.com/2013/mcn2013/scrxqb/

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Defining Open Authority: Museum Computer Network 2013

  1. 1. Lori Byrd Phillips | @LoriLeeByrd MCN 2013, Montreal Defining { Open Authority
  2. 2. cc by-sa 3.0, Sarah Stierch
  3. 3. Defining “Authority” Authoritarian { Authoritative
  4. 4. Defining “Open” Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.
  5. 5. Museum expertise + Community contributions
  6. 6. A Spectrum of Open Authority Contributory Collaborative Co-Creative Open Authority Crowdsourcing Tagging Voting Identifying Transcribing Community Sourcing Memory Sharing Community Blogging Idea Generation / Dialogue Sharing Media Participatory Interpretation Reggio Emilia
  7. 7. The Reggio Emilia Approach
  8. 8. Led by the Interest of the Child
  9. 9. Rethinking the Student-Teacher Relationship
  10. 10. The Importance of Community
  11. 11. Reggio in Action
  12. 12. A Community of Learners { “We have to participate as a community, together, in order to get a full perspective... We’re building empathy from the beginning.” - Susan Mackay
  13. 13. Open Authority: You’re Invited
  14. 14. Elements of Open Authority  Access to expertise  Community  {   participation A platform Content to engage with Shared control & dialogue   A focus on process, not product Evidence of collaboration

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