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Foundations for innovation

Online communities and technologies are providing opportunities for new ways of learning and working which are more collaborative. Collaboration in open communities involves contention between different perspectives. This requires new approaches to finding signal in noise. It is important to have a clear and public process for developing and checking against a goal to give context and 'fit for purpose' criteria for community contributions. This paper considers how prepared education is to enable this, and provides some examples of the kinds of winning, losing, success and mistakes which are constructive in open communities. Strategies include development of a card game showing differences between copyright and copyleft approaches to making.
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners