teaching open source:PRODUCTIVELYLOST(for great justice)
MEL CHUAacademic  hackeracademic
USING OPEN TOOLS SHARING OPEN CONTENT PRACTICING THEOPEN SOURCE WAY
WAT
public portfolios of student workfrom cognitive apprenticeships inauthentic communities of practice with a diversity of in...
TRANSLATION:  public portfolios of student work from cognitive apprenticeships inauthentic communities of practice
TRANSLATION: with a diversity of international     collaborators shipping real                         products
TRANSLATION:               that               save          the world
MYTHS:                not skilled enough             not technical enough(perhaps later but surely not now)
DONT PICK A PROJECTAUDITION COMMUNITIES
DONT PLAN YOUR SCHEDULE    SET EXPECTATIONS    SET UP EQUIPMENT   PLAN TO IMPROVISE
DONT ASK HOW YOU CAN HELP            LURKTHEN TELL THEM HOW YOU WILL
RADICALLY CROSS-FUNCTIONALCOLLABORATIVELY CONSTRUCTED     REALTIME TRANSPARENCY
PRODUCTIVELYLOST
THE OPEN SOURCE WAY RADICALLY CROSS-FUNCTIONALCOLLABORATIVELY CONSTRUCTED   REALTIME TRANSPARENCY
HOW TO GET... SOMEWHERE HOW TO GET... SOMEHOW
CLARITY   CONSTRAINTFREEDOM   FRUSTRATION
MOAR?  teachingopensource.orgbit.ly/productively-lost-dml                   (source & credits here)     mel@purdue.edu
Productively Lost For Great Justice
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Ignite talk delivered by Mel Chua at the Digital Media and Learning conference in March 2012 at San Franisco.

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Productively Lost For Great Justice

  1. 1. teaching open source:PRODUCTIVELYLOST(for great justice)
  2. 2. MEL CHUAacademic hackeracademic
  3. 3. USING OPEN TOOLS SHARING OPEN CONTENT PRACTICING THEOPEN SOURCE WAY
  4. 4. WAT
  5. 5. public portfolios of student workfrom cognitive apprenticeships inauthentic communities of practice with a diversity of international collaborators shipping real products that save the world
  6. 6. TRANSLATION: public portfolios of student work from cognitive apprenticeships inauthentic communities of practice
  7. 7. TRANSLATION: with a diversity of international collaborators shipping real products
  8. 8. TRANSLATION: that save the world
  9. 9. MYTHS: not skilled enough not technical enough(perhaps later but surely not now)
  10. 10. DONT PICK A PROJECTAUDITION COMMUNITIES
  11. 11. DONT PLAN YOUR SCHEDULE SET EXPECTATIONS SET UP EQUIPMENT PLAN TO IMPROVISE
  12. 12. DONT ASK HOW YOU CAN HELP LURKTHEN TELL THEM HOW YOU WILL
  13. 13. RADICALLY CROSS-FUNCTIONALCOLLABORATIVELY CONSTRUCTED REALTIME TRANSPARENCY
  14. 14. PRODUCTIVELYLOST
  15. 15. THE OPEN SOURCE WAY RADICALLY CROSS-FUNCTIONALCOLLABORATIVELY CONSTRUCTED REALTIME TRANSPARENCY
  16. 16. HOW TO GET... SOMEWHERE HOW TO GET... SOMEHOW
  17. 17. CLARITY CONSTRAINTFREEDOM FRUSTRATION
  18. 18. MOAR? teachingopensource.orgbit.ly/productively-lost-dml (source & credits here) mel@purdue.edu

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