Talk:Open content licensing for educators/Microblog feed

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OCL4ED I like option 3004:09, 26 June 2012
OCL4ED I like option 3004:09, 26 June 2012
Appreciated vs lost016:04, 23 June 2012

OCL4ED I like option 3

I believe that option 3 combines the critical concepts in options 1 & 2 with a bit more clarity.

Toddcher (talk)04:06, 26 June 2012

OCL4ED I like option 3

A thread, Thread:OCL4ED I like option 3 (1), was moved from here to Talk:Open content licensing for educators/Microblog feed. This move was made by Toddcher (Talk | contribs) on 25 June 2012 at 15:09.

Appreciated vs lost

When an idea is created, it only becomes a knowledge when it is shared. The more it is shared, the magnitude of its knowledge progresses. People adopt that knowledge to improve themsleves. When it is reused over and over, it may become a powerful source of information.

If Education is free in a culture where almost everything is governed or monitored, and by this I mean monitored syllabys and educational content, would it not cause the Freedom of Education to be under more watchful eyes? Thus leaving Freedom of Education at the brink of absolute disapprobation?

The case that Archibishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu presented proves a point (yes on a polical scale) and worked improvements for the people. But would it be as effective in other cultures?

'Knowledge grows with reuse': We all have been accustomed to acknowledging and appreciating the source of any knowledge (eg, authors, philosophers). If Freedom of Education becomes magnificantly large, and every article and ideas becomes spinning around freely, will we still be able to track and appreciate the source of the ideas or will they become lost in a free zone?

Those were just my ideas, what do you think?

Manavolau Yabevula (talk)16:04, 23 June 2012