Fostering An Open Knowledge Environment: Observations from Taiwan


An Open Knowledge Environment (OKE) is a conceptualization of a space for knowledge production and dissemination in which is open to all to participate. Instead of taking openness simply as a preference or an objective for such a space, we look into existing projects for factors that help fostering an environment for collaborations and sharing.

We will report on observations about several OKE projects in Taiwan, emphasizing the communities who run the projects (a question of open participation), the resources they produce (a question of renewable generation), and the technology they use (a question of free adaptation).

Category: Oral Presentation
Time: Monday, October 29, 2012 - 17:00 to 18:30

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