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Networked practitioner: open or closed practice? free course icon Level

Education & Development 

Networked practitioner: open or closed practice?

This free course, Networked practitioner: open or closed practice?, starts a debate to support the decision-making process around openness and the different preferences we each have.

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4 hrs
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What do Europe's new data rules mean for children online? article icon

Education & Development 

What do Europe's new data rules mean for children online?

We're only weeks away from the General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR] coming into effect - and it's not entirely clear what it means for children. Sonia Livingstone & DaYoung Yoo wonder if greater clarity is generating more confusion.

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The secret history of teenage bedrooms article icon

Education & Development 

The secret history of teenage bedrooms

In this transcript from Thinking Allowed, Laurie Taylor and guests discuss the role of the teenage bedroom across history - with a little help from The Beach Boys. 

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How is identity data creating headaches for large companies? article icon

Money & Business 

How is identity data creating headaches for large companies?

Increasingly the costs and risks of holding data are turning toxic for businesses. Bhargav Mitra and Robert McCausland explain why.

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History & The Arts 

OpenLearn Live: 2nd November 2016

Did a soldier in France shoot a ghost dead? No. Plus: National Stress Day; firstcarquote and can poor sleep make you fatter? Learning and research from across the day.

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5 mins
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Science, Maths & Technology 

Taxes and privacy: A tech business reading list

Tax judgements, privacy concerns, wonky algorithms, Labour's digital plans and antitrust worries. OpenLearn brings you a quick guide to a busy day of technology stories.

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5 mins
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OpenLearn Live: 27th July 2016 video icon

Society, Politics & Law 

OpenLearn Live: 27th July 2016

When politicians get on the bus; the Ice Bucket Challenge money; Philae fades and newspapers must forget. Learning from across the day.

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5 mins
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Will a new European law mean YouTube has to monitor your uploads? article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Will a new European law mean YouTube has to monitor your uploads?

New proposals from the European Commission could force some internet hosting sites to proactively monitor everything posted to their sites. Daphne Keller explores what's being suggested - and why it could be a huge problem.

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OpenLearn Live: 13th January 2016 article icon

History & The Arts 

OpenLearn Live: 13th January 2016

The godfather of emoji, pictograms and data visualisation; All of JS Bach; Bowie's lyric app; IM privacy and then more free learning through the day.

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Paris Attacks: Social media is the villain of the piece, and the hero of the hour article icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

Paris Attacks: Social media is the villain of the piece, and the hero of the hour

In both the planning and response to the Paris Attacks on November 13th, social media played a role. Two experts explain more.

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How can Facebook decide who you really are? article icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

How can Facebook decide who you really are?

Facebook's policy of insisting on real names is causing problems for people who value their privacy. For Ellery Roberts Biddle, the social network is overstepping its boundaries by demanding proof of identity without having proper policies in place to protect its users.

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Piracy, anonymity & parametric politics: An interview with Ned Rossiter and Soenke Zehle article icon

History & The Arts 

Piracy, anonymity & parametric politics: An interview with Ned Rossiter and Soenke Zehle

The growing embrace of big data makes identity an increasingly contentious space. Researchers Ned Rossiter and Soenke Zehle's work explores where the new digital world might take us.

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