Open at the Margins
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Open at the Margins

By Taskeen Adam
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Book Description

This book represents a starting point towards curating and centering marginal voices and non-dominant epistemic stances in open education. It includes the work of 43 diverse authors whose perspectives challenge the dominant hegemony.


Table of Contents
  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Table Of Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Inequitable Power Dynamics of Global Knowledge Production and Exchange Must be Confronted Head On
  • From "Open" to Justice
  • The Fallacy of “Open”
  • A Critical Take on OER Practices: Interrogating Commercialization, Colonialism, and Content
  • Decolonising the Collection, Analyses and Use of Student Data: A Tentative Exploration/Proposal
  • Reflections on Generosity of Spirit: Barriers to Working in the Open
  • Open Pedagogy: A Response to David Wiley
  • Open Education in Palestine: A Tool for Liberation
  • Open Hearts, Open Minds, Crossed Purposes
  • Antigonish 2.0: A Way for Higher Ed to Help Save the Web
  • What is DigCiz and Why I am Not Marina Abramovic: Thoughts on Theory and Practice
  • Locks on our Bridges: Critical and Generative Lenses on Open Education
  • Reclaiming Disruption
  • Pedagogy and the Logic of Platforms
  • Queering Open Pedagogy
  • Student Spotlight: Matthew Moore, The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature, 2nd edition
  • Open Education, Open Questions
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Open Research and Education
  • OER and the Language Problem (Part 2): The Status and Function Rationale
  • Towards Openness Provocation for #oeb17: How to Create a Non-inclusive Learning Environment
  • Queer Histories, Videotape, and the Ethics of Reuse
  • Breaking Open: Ethics, Epistemology, Equity, and Power
  • OER, CARE, Stewardship, and the Commons
  • OER, Equity, and Implicit Creative Redlining
  • Open as in Dangerous
  • When Social Inclusion Doesn’t Go Far Enough: Concerns for the Future of the OER Movement in the Global South
  • What Open Education Taught Me
  • The Soul of Liberty: Openness, Equality and Co-creation
  • Open as a Set of Values, Not a Destination
  • The Future of the Public Mission of Universities
  • The Tyranny of “Clear” Thinking
  • Open Praxis: Three Perspectives, One Vision
  • Holding the Line on Open in an Evolving Courseware Landscape
  • Exploring Origins as a Decolonizing Practice
  • Openness in Whose Interest?
  • Logic and Rhetoric: The Problem with Digital Literacy
  • Educational Content, Openness and Surveillance in the Digital Ecology
  • A Reflection on Open: An Open Reflection
  • Accessibility Assessment
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