These are presentation slides for Wesley Fryer's keynote address on March 9, 2012, at the 6th Annual Technology Conference hosted by the SW/WC Service Cooperative in Marshall, Minnesota. The keynote description was: As educators in 2012 we have moral obligations to digitally share our ideas and work on the open web. Following the advice of David Wiley, we must overcome our ‘inner two year old’ and stop hiding our best ideas and resources from the rest of the world. Let’s explore together ways educators in higher education are openly sharing ideas digitally, as well as tools and websites which can facilitate that process along with intellectual property respect. This session will inspire and equip you to become a more creative and effective teacher and learner in the 21st century, which means (among other things) acting as a generous, digital sharer. Resources are available on:
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