I use #Zettelkasten http://zettelkasten.danielluedecke.de/ to write and organize my text. From there, I export to #Markdown https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown and convert with #pandoc http://pandoc.org/index.html, #pandoc-citeproc https://hackage.haskell.org/package/pandoc-citeproc using a #Makefile to convert to the final #LaTeX https://www.latex-project.org/ document. tbc...
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Good read: "Open Source Friday" wants to remind employees to contribute: https://opensource.com/article/17/6/open-source-friday-give-back
A good initiative as I think. And it could be adopted for the educational context as well: Teachers could remind students every week to contribute to the net as they build their knowledge on the open web every day. They could file an issue on GitHub or add to Wikipedia or write a blogpost. Many opportunities exist.
Right now I'm joining the workshop '„Ich lese diese Bullet points jetzt einfach mal laut vor!“ oder: Powerpoint – Die unbesungene Erfolgsgeschichte eines OER-Tools und unsere Konsequenzen heute' http://www.oercamp.de/17/nord/workshops/#nordA2c at #OERcamp17.
Collaboratively we are working on a slide set about #OER slides on Google Slides.
Today and tomorrow the #OER community will meet in the north of Germany to join/give sessions and workshops on various topics.
The event will be in German, please find more information on the website http://www.oercamp.de/17/nord/workshops/
Topics I'm interested in:
- Blockchain in science and teaching/learning
- How to deal with Wiley's 5R consistently
- #Mastodon to connect teachers and learners
Me and a colleague will host a workshop on Markdown, GitBook, GitLab and Docker to collaboratively produce and remix #OER, see http://www.hoou.de/p/2017/06/01/ein-technisches-system-fuer-die-kollaborative-oer-entwicklung-im-experimentierfeld-der-tuhh/ (German)
Just released the script of a keynote from "Junges Forum für Medien und Hochschulentwicklung 2017" at Hamburg University.
I gave that speech called "Die Architektur von Offenheit - Überlegungen zur Gestaltung der digitalen Transformation" (German) on June, 15th.
I'm a PhD candidate at Hamburg University of Technology working on the concept of openness in online teaching. My research focus is on #openeducation, #openness, #floss and #blockchain. I have a Magister in Philosophy from Hamburg University.
More at https://axel-duerkop.de/blog/ (German and English).
So many people want to do WORK, but they can't because of their jobs.
Just read http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/apps/a25956/mastodon-twitter-open-web/. Sounds very pessimistic, but provokes me to imagine social and technical rules, that avoid the potential to be wasted. Is there an codex here beyond https://scholar.social/about/more ?