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    David Wiley, “Open Definitions, Specificity, and Avoiding Bright Lines”

    Read the article at https://edtechbooks.org/-gbyW


    This brief essay argues explicitly against the idea of a bright line test for “open” in the context of open content.

    Key Points

    Discussion Question

    1. Should you be more open?
    2. How can you be more open?

    Additional Resources

    Debian Social Contract (1997). Debian Social Contract, Version 1.0. Retrieved from https://edtechbooks.org/-NQxq

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