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I love seeing a trend of large companies embracing open source projects, both from the business angle and understanding that open standards help everyone.
An Aerospace Coder Drags a Stodgy Industry Toward Open Source (via Opening up Cosmos wasn’t an easy swallow for the aerospace industry.
Last week I attended #OER17 in London, and am still basking in the warm glow of the shared sense of purpose to open up education for equity and social inclusion.
My presentation, which I was privileged to do collaboratively with Airina Volungevičienė and Marius Šadauskas from the Re OPEN project, was entitled Recognition of non-formal, open learning: are we there yet?
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And, we want this to help align the global industry.