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This week is the Open Access Week 2018. Yesterday we spent some time during a student advising meeting talking about the what and why …

Background stories I value Open Scholarship and have been practicing it for years – both in terms of doing it and learning to do …

I was included in an MN Daily story about open textbooks last week. It was actually a bit embarrassing as I thought a few other …

I am not an ethnographer. But there were a few episodes from my trip to/in China last month that caught my attention, or …

As a member of the Outreach Advisory Board of the Journal of the Learning Sciences (JLS), I was really glad to see the journal putting …

(Photo Credit: Wikipedia) The universe is expanding, but at what price. The Milky Way is a beauty, but at what price. The Sun is …

Story continued, after Part I. In the 2.5 days of the workshop, the group continued to deepen the discussion on Data Sharing to more …

It was an honor to be invited to attend the AERA-NSF Workshop on Data Sharing and Research Transparency at the Article Publishing Stage …

In his arguments against the Common Core, Prof. Yong Zhao, a known educational thinker, referred to his home village: When I was …

I’ver never liked the April Fool’s Day, until this year when Reddit decided to launch a social experiment called Reddit …