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1.6 Week 1 References

Bates, T. (2015) ‘What do we mean by open in education?’, Online Learning and Distance Education Resources, 16 Feb [online]. Available at http://www.tonybates.ca/ 2015/ 02/ 16/ what-do-we-mean-by-open-in-education/ [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (accessed 12 September 2012).

CNN-1333 Open Course (2012) ‘The extended argument for openness in education’ [online]. Available at https://learn.canvas.net/ courses/ 4/ pages/ the-extended-argument-for-openness-in-education?module_item_id=52578 (accessed 12 September 2017).

Cormier, D. (2010) ‘Community as curriculm and open learning’, Dave’s Educational Blog, 17 Jun [online]. Available at http://davecormier.com/ edblog/ 2010/ 06/ 17/ community-as-curriculum-and-open-learning/ (accessed 12 September 2017).

Weller, M. (2014) ‘What sort of open?’, in Chapter 2 of The Battle for Open, Weller, M. (2014) Battle for Open: How Openness Won and Why it Doesn’t Feel Like Victory. London. Also available online at http://www.tonybates.ca/ 2015/ 02/ 16/ what-do-we-mean-by-open-in-education/ (accessed 12 September 2017).

Wiley, D. (2010) ‘Open education and the future’ [video clip], 3 June [online]. Available at https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=Rb0syrgsH6M (accessed 12 September 2017).