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  1. 1. open source and open solutionsDavid J ParkesStaffordshire UniversityEmail: d.j.parkes@staffs.ac.ukTwitter: @daveparkesLinkedIn: David ParkesSlideShare: djpSkype: davidjparkes
  2. 2. THE INFORMATION LANDSCAPE http://www.openstreetmap.org/
  3. 3. A MEMETIC DISTRIBUTED NETWORK DESPERATELY TRYING TO ACHIEVE COHESION ANDSEEK RESOLUTION cult-ure Rian Hughes
  4. 4. PLEASANTLY MAD PLACESLibraries have always seemed to me pleasantly madplaces, and for as long as I can remember I’ve been seduced by their labyrinthine logic. Alberto Manguel, The Library at Night
  5. 5. INFORMATION ABUNDANCE. ………………… . ………………… ……………… . …………..
  6. 6. ‘Democracy presupposes that the individual members of society be at least moderately well informed and somewhat actively participant in the broader affairs of that society.’ ‘What we actually have is wholesale lethargic indifference, profound stupidity and numerous small minded politicians intent on some form of personal graft’ ‘The Thinking intelligent minority cannot as a rule be distinctly heard for the bellowing of the misinformed masses’A Curriculum for the World We Live inAnna ShumakerPeabody Journal of EducationVol. 4, No. 3 (Nov., 1926), pp. 168-175Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.Article Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1487185
  7. 7. Patterson playfully subverts our belief that maps and diagrams provide a reliable source of informationDetail from the Great bear by Simon Patterson http://flickr.com/photos/robotar/486728395/in/photostream/
  8. 8. Patterson playfully subverts our belief that maps and diagrams provide a reliable source of•know what I need information•select best resources•search strategy•retrieve•evaluate•organise Active Participants…•Treat ethically Play – experiment•explore information Performance – improvisation, discovery, IDslandscapes Simulation –dynamic models, real world processes Appropriation – sample/remix/repurpose Multitasking - explore information landscapes Distributed cognition – interact with tools/resources Collective intelligence –pool knowledge, compare Judgement - reliability/credibility Transmedia navigation –flow of stories & information Networking – search for synthesize and disseminate Negotiation – travel, communities, multiple perspectives http://digitallearning.macfound.org/
  9. 9. THE CONTENT NO LONGER RESIDES IN THE VESSEL
  10. 10. CONVERGENCE & CONFLUENCE
  11. 11. http://www.tuttukibako.com/toy/
  12. 12. DIVERGENCE SIS CIRCULATION VLE CATALOGUING KOHA SERIALS LMS PORTAL REPOSITORY AQUISITIONS STAFF DIRECTORY MOBILE SELF SERVICE LDAP DISCOVERY FINANCE APPLETSRFID, AUGMENTED REALITY, SECURITY, MEDIA, PDP, BOKODES, QR, PARTNERS, GOOGLE, SOCIAL, AMAZON, PLEs and PIEs
  13. 13. THE INFORMATION UNCOMMONS
  14. 14. open standards, open source, open access,open data, open educational resources, open courseware, open science, open manufacturing, open innovation V closed standards, closed source, closed access, closed data, closed educationalresources, closed courseware, closed science, closed manufacturing, closed innovation
  15. 15. THE INFORMATION LANDSCAPE MOBILE HELIX PORTAL KOHA REBUS BLOGS WIKI SHAREPOINT OER SUMMON PEBBLEPAD EPRINTS BLACKBOARD http://www.openstreetmap.org/
  16. 16. open source and open solutionsDavid J ParkesStaffordshire UniversityEmail: d.j.parkes@staffs.ac.ukTwitter: @daveparkesLinkedIn: David ParkesSlideShare: djpSkype: davidjparkes

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