Openness and Prestige

This session took place on Jan 29th 2019 3-4pm GMT
Facilitators: Bonnie StewartCatherine Cronin

Recording of this session: https://eu.bbcollab.com/recording/419837e7b61e434e96cafb6cf8b238c4

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Exploring how ‘giving stuff away’ and working openly online can be good for you and your students.

We teach in a world marked by knowledge abundance, but in an academy still structured on scarcity. How do digital, networked practices intersect with those of institutions and disciplinary traditions? How can scholars and teachers navigate the hierarchies of the academic prestige economy while actively opening up our practice and our profession? In this session, we examine the dual worlds and alternative prestige structures inhabited by digital scholars, and share pathways being forged through open knowledge-sharing.

Creative Commons Licence Katharine Dwyer

 

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