April 2, 2019 Twitter chat discussion questions

Questions for #aboerjc on Jhangiani’s article “Pragmatism vs. Idealism and the Identity Crisis of OER Advocacy

  1. Is the Open Ed Movement still a “movement”? What does it mean for an idea or approach to be a movement?
  2. Is there a meaningful difference between “open” and “free” from a student’s point of view?
  3. Should all #OER advocates become #OEP advocates? What if they don’t?
  4. What examples of effective #OEP have you encountered or used?
  5. Jhangiani quotes the proverb: “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Is this possible, given the variety of contexts in which OER functions?

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