Oct 062011

Thomas Mackey – Transparency as a catalyst for interaction and participation in open learning environments

From the abstract:

This paper argues that transparency promotes interactivity and participation in collaborative Web 2.0 learning environments. Teaching with transparency requires a learner–centered pedagogy for research, writing, and the production of new knowledge in open communities. Transparency is a catalyst for interaction and participation that supports open learning in multiple disciplines and institutional contexts.

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