Book Title: Open at the Margins
Subtitle: Critical Perspectives on Open Education
Book Description: This book represents a starting point towards curating and centering marginal voices and non-dominant epistemic stances in open education. It includes the work of 43 diverse authors whose perspectives challenge the dominant hegemony.
Open education is at a critical juncture. It has moved on from its northern roots and is increasingly being challenged from its own periphery. At the same time, it finds itself marginalised and under threat in an educational sector infiltrated by corporate interests. However, rather than bunkering down, becoming blinkered or even complacent, the editors of this volume believe that the voices from the periphery should be amplified. This book represents a starting point towards curating and centering marginal voices and non-dominant epistemic stances in open education, an attempt at critical pluriversalism. It is a curated collection of 38 blog posts, lectures, talks, articles, and other informal works contributed by 43 diverse authors/co-authors and published since 2013. Each of these contributions offers a perspective on open education that can be considered marginal and that challenges the dominant hegemony.
This book is a cloned version of Open at the Margins by Taskeen Adam, Nicole Allen, Tel Amiel, Tutaleni Asino, Javiera Atenas, Maha Bali, Naomi Barnes, Chris Bourg, Siko Bouterse, Autumm Caines, Lorna M. Campbell, Karen Cangialosi, Amy Collier, Catherine Cronin, Laura Czerniewicz, Robin DeRosa, Simon Ensor, Christian Friedrich, Chris Gilliard, Sarah Hare, Christina Hendricks, Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams, Rajiv Jhangiani, Rachel Jurinich Mattson, Suzan Koseoglu, Caroline Kuhn H., Jim Luke, Jaime Marsh, Billy Meinke-Lau, Jess Mitchell, Matthew Moore, Tannis Morgan, Judith Pete, Paul Prinsloo, Tara Robertson, sava saheli singh, Sherri Spelic, Bonnie Stewart, Jesse Stommel, Samantha Streamer Veneruso, Adele Vrana, Sukaina Walji, and Audrey Watters, published using Pressbooks by Rebus Community under a CC BY-SA (Attribution ShareAlike) license. It may differ from the original.
Open at the Margins by Maha Bali, Catherine Cronin, Laura Czerniewicz, Robin DeRosa, and Rajiv Jhangiani is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
Open learning, distance education