The Open Source Approach

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  • Low criticality [ clarification needed ] Senior developers Requirements change often Small number of developers Culture that thrives on chaos
  • The Open Source Approach

    1. 1. The Open Source Approach Miles Berry University of Roehampton | Naace June 2012
    2. 2. In an open-source world, why should we acceptthat a curriculum is a single, static document?A statement of priorities frozen in time; a bluntinstrument landing with a thunk on teachers’desks and updated only centrally and onlyinfrequently?... we need to consider how wecan take a wiki, collaborative approach todeveloping new curriculum materials; usingtechnological platforms to their full advantage increating something far more sophisticated thananything previously available. Michael Gove, 2012
    3. 3. CC by-nc victor_nuno
    4. 4. Free (as in speech)CC by-nc redjar
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    7. 7. CC by-nc Gizmodo
    8. 8. Creating a culture ofcollaboration
    9. 9. @mberrym.berry@roehampton.ac.uk milesberry.net naace.co.uk

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