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  1. 1. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE
  2. 2. 2/ YOUR IDEAS HERE Joost Beundermann Architecture 00 Annmarie Taylor @CommonFutrs Quentin Johns @QuentinJohns1 Alice Osbourne @AliceOsbourne Gareth Wall @grthwll Simon Gough @redfront Ed Dowding @eddowding Fred Garnett @fredgarnett David Bovill @fortyfoxes
  3. 3. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE
  4. 4. £0.36
  6. 6. “There is every chance this technology could transform the way food networks operate.” HRH Prince Charles introducing FoodTrade ‘Sustainable Regional Food’ May 2013
  7. 7. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE
  8. 8. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE
  9. 9. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE
  10. 10. 18 years old 16 votes left ( life expectancy 82 )
  11. 11. #NotEnough • Hashtag: #NotEnough • Hashtag: #MyDemocraticLife • Search for “My Democratic Life” on FaceBook, Pinterest, Google+ or Instagram • www.parliamentofthings.org
  12. 12. Liquid Democracy www.liquiddemocracy.org
  13. 13. Liquid Democracy is the combination of networks and democracy. It is a term or metaphor, designed to capture a more fluid and responsive participation of citizens in the democratic process.
  14. 14. Votes flow through networks of trusted relationships. In this way a range of types of “delegation” can be created, from forms we are familiar with such as conventional representative democracy, to fluid parties and direct democracy.
  15. 15. Delegation Trust Recomendation
  16. 16. Themes
  17. 17. Collaborative Documents
  18. 18. Where did my votes go?
  19. 19. Reputation
  20. 20. Personal Filtered views...
  21. 21. Fluid Parties
  22. 22. Emergent Flexible and...
  23. 23. Liquid Law
  24. 24. create new voluntary organisation ! set the name of new organisation to "Open Democracy Kickstarter" ! set the aims of this organisation to url "www.liquiddemocracy.org/aims.html" ! set the voting style to "liquid" ! ! set the dispute resolution style to "acas" ! ! set the voting period to 3 days ! modify new membership policy ! ! set the voting style for new members to "no objections" ! set the accounting transparency to "full" ! add member "david@parliamentofthings.org" ! invite members "smari@liquiddemocracy.org, sanki, indy, @fortyfoxes" Domain Specific Legal Language
  25. 25. The Real Problems 1. Institution won’t invest in software 2. No users • The software is easy • Requires good design team • Real budget • User Aquisition is harder, and more expensive
  26. 26. What if? • !7.5 billion • Democratic infrastructure • Local engagement • Global Crisis • International Institutions
  27. 27. Good News • We’ve found some money • Open Democratic Backend • Open Source Mobile framework • Democracy Kickstarter • Workshops starting August
  28. 28. Pilots • SciTopia • Pocket Parliament • GameRaid • Sunday Workshops starting August • Register here - www.liquiddemocracy.org
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  33. 33. So, if it’s to succeed in its overarching mission, it’s architecture, foundations and its outer limits must also be open – by default.
  34. 34. Without this, the impact of Government’s investment in the Open Institute and Tech City, more broadly, is liable to be highly circumscribed.
  36. 36. Build upon the fine grain of long established local institutions, harness the can-do and know-how of Tech City communities, and translate that via a truly open infrastructure so that innovation, services and growth can benefit everyone.
  37. 37. In short, it should... Provide access to 100% open, symmetrical and hybrid networking hardware Encourage and enable civic engineering Stimulate participation in MOOCs juxtaposed broad-ranging Community Publishing initiatives – knowledge consumption as well as production 1 2 3
  38. 38. The plan... Plan A – a bespoke Local Area Network Plan B – a community owned and managed WAN for Tech City Plan C – affordable WWW access for all founded upon EITHER - collaborative consumption principles (shared corporate connections) - an open ISP capable of wholesale backbone access, group hardware purchasing and installation support on a social enterprise footing - subsidised by corporate SR contributions
  39. 39. WHO?WHERE?WHEN? How will we know if it succeeds? Is it capable of generating a social, economic and environmental return?
  41. 41. ...its scale and openness should only be limited by the ambition of its many civic engineers.
  42. 42. Together, we are supporting the creation of digital assets and enterprises being developed by and for communities across the UK. with.... Visit www.OurDigitalCommunity.org We are prototyping community publishing with support from....
  43. 43. OH,AND... ...we’ve already established the largest open network in the European Union!
  44. 44. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE
  45. 45. !"#"!"#$%!"$%&'!"#$%&'(')!#%*( +,&$-)%&'$.! http://bit.ly/WQAbout
  46. 46. !"#$"#!"%&'"&%#()!"#$"%## An Internet of People British Council Lecture 2011 @BenHammersley said that “network society cannot be born” Because people who grew up in hierarchies are still in power
  47. 47. !"#$%#$&'(#&'#!"#$%&'()#*+# Summerhill School; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summerhill_School Digital Disruption; http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/we-are-digital We need open participatory education like Summerhill school and the Democratic schools movement. But only 53 democratic schools exist in Europe Disruptive Collaboration is here, the web is a platform, users-generate content, mobile phone cameras document everything, new technology is sold as being creative, but it hasn’t disrupted educational institutions.
  48. 48. !"#!"#!$$%&#'$()#&*+,-*.#/0*&1# Kondratieff; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kondratiev_wave Next 2021; http://heutagogicarchive.wordpress.com/next-2021/ NIACE were formed in the UK calling for education for all, from which educational broadcasting, with the BBC, emerged Kondratieff in Moscow, wrote about long-wave economic change (50 years) based around ‘meta-technologies’ Our meta-technology, the micro-processor is due to reach its transformational peak in 2021
  49. 49. !"#!$!"#$%&"'()*"(&+$,%-,%$"..%,( Intel 4004; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_4004 Convergence; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_convergence/ Intel 4004 was a new meta-technology. Earlier meta-technologies had evolved into new analogue networks; rail, road, air, telephone, radio with their own system ‘mission’ Digital technologies however can also replace earlier analogue technologies, and enable technological convergence. Convergence is far more socially transformational as it can disrupt existing economic patterns built around old technologies
  50. 50. !"#!""#$$%&'(")#(*+&$#,%&")+*# Royal Society; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Society Creative Commons; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons The Royal Society was formed in the UK beginning the movement for open publishing. The standard by which scientific thought has (mostly) developed, egos aside, ever since. Creative Commons applied the idea of open publishing to the copyright era in 2001, enabling web-based sharing of content, like this presentation
  51. 51. !"#!""#$$%&#!"$&'"&$#()*+&$,# Internet Society; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Society World Wide Web; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Wide_Web The Internet Society wrote its mission “We envision a future in which people in all parts of the world can use the Internet to improve their quality of life, because standards, technologies, business practices, and government policies sustain an open and universally accessible platform for innovation, creativity, and economic opportunity” As Ted Nelson had predicted with Xanadu (1960) Tim Berners-Lee finally invented the World Wide Web & digital convergence became possible online.
  52. 52. !"#!""!#$%&#'&(#)&"$#*+,-./*+-0&# What is Web 2.0?; http://oreilly.com/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html
  53. 53. !"#$%&'%#(%)!"#$"$%&"'()*$ Open Ed Resources; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_educational_resources UNESCO Paris July 2012 Declaration NLN.AC.UK Education got excited (kind of), David Wiley defined Open Content (1998) MIT launched Open Course Ware (2001) an open version of the 2000 UK FERL ‘learning objects’ project (now open www.nln.ac.uk) UNESCO defined OER; Open Education Resources in 2002 and updated that with the UNESCO Paris July 2012 Declaration
  54. 54. !"#!""#$$%#&'(")*+,#!"#$%&#'($% Open Learn; http://www.open.edu/openlearn/ Learner-Generated Contexts http://heutagogicarchive.wordpress.com/ The Open University opened first Open Education Resource based project at a British University, based on its historic distance learning model (1964) Learner-Generated Contexts Group launched its #Open “Pedagogy” Open Context Model of Learning a post-Web 2.0 Pedagogy (PAH!) based on the PAH Continuum “The most exciting thing happening in England” – John Seeley Brown
  55. 55. !"#$%&%'"()!"#$%&'$#%&()*! Learning is Emergent; http://heutagogicarchive.wordpress.com/ Emergent Learning Model http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/fg-ouemergenttable Learning is Emergent not institutionalised! We need to design for emergence and create tools to support that in a wiki-based collaborative world Emergent Learning Model rethinks learning as i. Social Processes not classrooms ii. Content Creation or Curation not textbooks iii. Quality Assurance not high-stakes assessment We needed to build new learning exemplars of ‘non- linear dynamic systems’
  56. 56. !"#$%&'(!"#$%&%'()*"%(+&,-! Ambient Learning City; http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/ambientlearningcity Aggregate then Curate http://mosialong.wordpress.com/2011/08/08/aggregate-then-curate/ Being Insanely Ambitious we decided to test emergent learning by turning Manchester into an open Ambient Learning City. Cities have many more learning contexts than a single classroom, so we decided to test them with MOSI-ALONG MOSI Ambient Learning Open Network Group Aggregate then Curate our new #socialmedia participation model creating structured ways for people to inter-act with their city; even during riots (A History of Manchester in 100 objects)
  57. 57. SURPRISE!
  58. 58. !"##$%&'!"#$%#&'()(*$+,--,(.! Learning is a full-time Occupation; http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/ Sukey Data; http://www.opensukey.org/about/ Then came Occupy UCL I gave a talk on lessons I had learnt and challenged them to create a Learning Commons at UCL. Sukey Data was hacked together. Learning is a full time Occupation was written for Learning without Frontiers “social-space time / occupation as learning” I was then asked to help create a Masters course for graduating UCL students
  59. 59. !"##$!"#$!"#$%&'#()*%&'(#)** The University Project; http://univproject.pbworks.com/ WikiQuals workshop; http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/wikiquals The University Project was convened by Dougald Hine+ at Hub Westminster, over a long weekend in October 2011, to look at various alt.Uni projects. Community of Scholars was the common theme. The action point was “solve the problem… that annoys you most” (Philippa Young) Accreditation of learning annoyed us most WikiQuals was born
  60. 60. !"#!$%&'($!"#!"#")*'+,-$ !"#")*'+,$!"#$%&'$%!&'()'%#!"#$%&"'(*((&'%!)*+,-# ()*(.&/")#)0'#12,3*&# ()*+$,*)%+-.+*,-./.0(4/53!"0'%#/,%+&0. 1+"2%)$"3%$.45&!-6#7,/#),#5//#6".),#&'*%#")/8$ !"#")*'+,$"'-%"#7,/#,/)#!-),#)0'#9,&3%#-/.7/$ 8%"+9.,#(+*,-./.0(:,$(&'*+-6#(0*-6'( :;-../$(&0$123+4$5$7/;<=%+-..(,$060370/80# Co-creating Open Scholarship http://www.slideshare.net/fredgarnett/ WikiQuals Show&Tell; http://wikiquals.wordpress.com/2011/10/13/show-and-tell/
  61. 61. !"#"!"#$%$%$!"#$%"#&'()*+#,-. •! /01(23.&'()*+(,$$&'(()%*+,#!"#$%&$#'()-./!$ 0$1233$456$-)."/#)0#7&+*$*++,(%#-*./0) •! /01(23.8(79&,##&'(()%1#2$&".#)+#+:&');<$ •! =>$?7@+,$$$$&#1(*,*2$()(+'ABC:+$$33%".41$*)+# •! >;"D7:'CE$$2"5$64)'%&#+)1#7889&:# •! 4(%-*1,1*"%.%"/$*)+&54(&##3%"$*+,#/))&"#*"&# ;415#)15"%#*+)F7(#,G$# We are Rhizomatic http://wikiquals.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/affinity-groups/ Building Democratic Learning http://wikiquals.wordpress.com/
  62. 62. •! !"#$%&'()*+&,-#&!"#$%&'(')"*+%'$," •! ./#0#112(345,%!"-./0"1%&2(34" •! 627#$(8&,,#,%9:(5)(+$"#$%&'(')" •! ;4,<(=200:(,6$"(*67'$"%8"9'(:$&8(,;" •! +2#(>"2?(74,(.2/0&,:(<$&=%'"37'8>,?>7'" •! @5*<(84/,94,!"*%&>3(@%,7&;"5&,"@&7A$3," B"*%C$&'"/$8()'D"'$,27&4"*?E+(3"F%+?$D"G@$'"H7'$;D"I<G" H%&4$>')D"#%'J83%@$"7K"L6%')$D"3&$%>:$"$J?3%>7'"" A#B#CD402"9!"6C@MNN2(4(O?%+8P27&J@&$88P37=N8O7+%&8N"
  63. 63. !"#"!"#$%!"!"#$$%&'%&'()' Learning not Education Liminal not Institutionalised Bio-diversity not Monoculture Learner-centric not Student-centred Learner-generated not Course-defined Community as Curriculum not Syllabus defined Community of Sqolars not Community of Practice Personal Learning Networks not Content-delivery Quality Assured not Quality Controlled Affinity not Supervision Emergent not Linear Trust the learner to be themselves; Identity
  64. 64. !"#"!"#$%!!"#$%&#'($)$*%&'+$ Presented to the Open Institute July 8 2013 by @fredgarnett Any University can open a WikiQuals Open Learning Lab. It is a platform for learning that a) leverages content abundance, allows b) learner-generated contexts & purpose c) enables emergent & innovative learning behaviours. Needs just; 1 Space a room one afternoon a week (or more) 2 Access to Learning Resources (& estates) 3 Affinity Partners discuss & guide, create affinity groups Any institution can open a WikiQuals Open Learning Lab it is about providing a generative platform Please help WikiQuals grow up and leave home…
  65. 65. Saturday 6 July 2013 The Future of Open OPEN INSTITUTE