17.07.2015

The secret garden read online for free

The two top-selling books on Amazon right now are a pair of coloring books for adults by Johanna Basford: Enchanted Forest and Secret Garden. Update: I recently discovered that a pal of mine, Souris Hong, did a coloring book for adults a couple of years ago called Outside the Lines.
For anyone who loves creativity and contemporary art, or who simply loves the joy of coloring, comes Outside the Lines, a striking collection of illustrations from more than 100 creative masterminds, including animators, cartoonists, fine artists, graphic artists, illustrators, musicians, outsider artists, photographers, street artists, and video game artists. International Shipping - items may be subject to customs processing depending on the item's declared value. Your country's customs office can offer more details, or visit eBay's page on international trade.
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This got me thinking about what blogging can teach us about the practical and ethical concerns associated with Open Educational Resources (OER).
I have to confess though that when I began blogging a few years ago, I had serious concerns about sharing my work online as a possibly detrimental move for my career. This entry was posted in Adaptations, Learning and Teaching, Open Educational Resources and tagged blogging, blogs, OER, open access, repository.


Another aspect that isn’t explicit in this definition is the use of open licences such as creative commons licences which are a legal mechanism to allow others to re-use, adapt, and share the materials that are made available, under existing copyright law, while protecting the right of attribution for the creator. I hope this answers your question, please do respond if there is anything else you’re curious about. With contributions from Keith Haring, AIKO, Shepard Fairey, Exene Cervenka, Keita Takahashi, Jen Corace, Ryan McGinness, and more, Outside the Lines features edgy and imaginative pieces ready for you to add your own special touch. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab.
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For many people outside of academia, the teaching and research work academics undertake can seem to operate within an overly closed system – within a ‘secret garden’, in David’s words.
However, what I have actually discovered is that allowing my work to be easily and immediately accessed has garnered comments and valuable feedback from people, critical thought and collaborations that would otherwise have not occurred. The copyright and intellectual property boundaries we have to negotiate in creating the repository at the heart of this project are no doubt significant issues. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. The teaching materials lecturers and tutors create are often only disseminated to students enrolled within a particular course at an individual institution.
I share material that I research and original work that I write within my fields of Adaptation Studies and Feminism. Rather than hindering my production of ‘legitimised’ print publications, blogging some of my work has in fact boosted my research, given me ideas and put me in contact with people in my fields across the world.
But I think the angst about deciding how much to share, what can be shared, and how to share it, will be worth it in the end.


For academics, engaged in research and writing work alongside their teaching, it often seems counter-intuitive to share anything they produce with a wider audience.
I do so freely, without the fear that I should be ‘saving’ everything I write and research for respectable journals and other acknowledged print publications.
There will of course always be copyright and plagiarism concerns when it comes to sharing your work in this manner, however it is possible to negotiate what material you are willing to publicly share, and what material is better left for dissemination through more traditional means of print and peer-reviewed publication. Because I’ve learned that expanding my academic world from ‘the secret garden’ of seclusion to encompass a wider audience has generally brought only good things in the enrichment to my work and the support fostered between myself and others. After all, academics are encouraged to ‘save’ certain writing for journal articles (mainly read by a small pool of other academic colleagues), rather than publishing it online for everyone to read and engage with. I try to strike a balance between providing freely accessible blog posts and more traditional forms of publications recognised by universities.
I do personally believe that the development of this project alongside other OER initiatives will curb the sense of isolation many academics feel by creating a culture of support backed up by more freely available resources. Does OER encompass the type of material – for example, discussions, of the kind that, say, is conducted within the SIGs of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, or IATEFL – which center on one particular topic and are conducted online through Facebook groups? However the nature of this project when it comes to teaching materials is to move beyond this thinking that the things we create within an academic environment should be the domain of a few. After all, one of the best ways that I’ve learned how to teach is by sharing material with colleagues and seeing how they do things.



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