Open.Michigan reading group to meet
The Open.Michigan Reading Group invites you to its next session from 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 in the Turkish/American Friendship Room, 4004 Shapiro Library.
This reading and discussion group, convened by members of the Open.Michigan Initiative, is for anyone with an interest in open educational resources, open access and open content initiatives, open source software, open archives and publishing, open data efforts, and open standards.
Selected readings for this session are by James Boyle (“The Second Enclosure Movement and the Construction of the Public Domain”) and Marc Parry (“Open Courses: Free, but Oh, So Costly”), which appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education on Oct. 11.
In preparation for, or in between meetings, you are encouraged to keep the discussion going on the group’s blog, Twitter stream, or Facebook page, links to which are available.Explore posts in the same categories: Events
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