Monthly Archives: August 2012

KNetworks Competition: Networks of Regional Innovation

At the Oxford Internet Institute we are pleased to announce a competition for the most innovative web-based platform enabling regional networks of innovation for public, private or research organizations. The platforms should foster innovation in the three areas of knowledge transfer; tourism; or e-government – broadly conceived. They should be particularly relevant to the Atlantic… Read More »

Traditional face-to-face higher education will become a privilege of a few

In the coming weeks I’ll meet a number of researchers who are working in ICT, learning and innovation from the University of Granada. In preparation, I’m compiling some resources and documentation that I hope will be useful for them. Here some early conclusion of resources that hope will be interesting for those who are exploring new frameworks and trends… Read More »

Open Access Education and ‘south-south’ cooperation

  Recently there has been increasing interest in the benefits obtained from free knowledge provided through open access initiatives. In the last decade a number of relevant initiatives have been created to promote open access practices in education and research [i.e.: Open CourseWare Consortium, Science – CreativeCommons; UNESCO Chair in Open Educational Resources; Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge;… Read More »