Open: How We’ll Work Live and Learn In The Future

Open: How We’ll Work Live and Learn In The Future By DavidPrice, Open How We ll Work Live and Learn In The Future What makes a global corporation give away its prized intellectual property Why are Ivy League universities allowing anyone to take their courses for free What drives a farmer in rural Africa to share
  • Title: Open: How We’ll Work Live and Learn In The Future
  • Author: DavidPrice
  • ISBN: 9781909979024
  • Page: 428
  • Format: ebook
  • Open: How We’ll Work Live and Learn In The Future By DavidPrice, What makes a global corporation give away its prized intellectual property Why are Ivy League universities allowing anyone to take their courses for free What drives a farmer in rural Africa to share his secrets with his competitors A collection of hactivists, hobbyists, forum users and maverick leaders are leading a quiet but unstoppable revolution They are sharing eveWhat makes a global corporation give away its prized intellectual property Why are Ivy League universities allowing anyone to take their courses for free What drives a farmer in rural Africa to share his secrets with his competitors A collection of hactivists, hobbyists, forum users and maverick leaders are leading a quiet but unstoppable revolution They are sharing everything they know, and turning knowledge into action in ways that were unimaginable even a decade ago Driven by technology, and shaped by common values, going open has transformed the way we live Faced with an irreversible shift in our social lives, it s not so much a question of if our work places, schools and colleges go open, but when.Packed with illustration and advice, this entertaining read by learning futurist, David Price, argues that open is not only affecting how we are choosing to live, but that it s going to be the difference between success and failure in the future.
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    1. DavidPrice

      David Price is a writer, consultant, speaker, and trainer He is a Senior Associate at the Innovation Unit, in England, and Director of Educational Arts He consults with organisations and schools, and has led a range of ground breaking, innovative, education programmes He has given talks all over the world, and written extensively In 2009, he was made an Officer of the British Empire by Her Majesty the Queen for services to education He lives in Leeds, England.

    398 thoughts on “Open: How We’ll Work Live and Learn In The Future”

    1. There s an old joke about Tonto and the Lone Ranger They ve ridden into an ambush, and are surrounded by a vast number of hostile Indians The Lone Ranger turns to Tonto and asks What do we do now Tonto replies What do you mean we , kemosabe It s funny, 1,2 because when I started reading this book, I put it down near the beginning and didn t get back to it for a long time, because the author was too nice to the deeply flawed Occupy movement But by the time I made it to the end, my main quarrel wi [...]


    2. Open discusses many fine subjects collaborative, self motivated learning self organizing, grassroots disaster response teams better ways of doing business and building schools These are all good things when carried out in a positive way Unfortunately, David Price s embrace of the good is exclusive and unquestioning The old ways of doing business, education, and learning are all obsolete, stifling, and procrustean the open learning commons that is replacing them is infinitely superior and inevita [...]



    3. Great book about the future of education and business The ability to customize everything that we do in life, so it has meaning for our situation is changing the way society works.


    4. The way we re learning and how we are as a part of the society have been evolving for the better part of the last 30 or so years Since the birth of the internet, there are information being shared across the globe every second of every day The author argues that the institutions societal governance, the economy, industry, the environment, our education system, and much are under scrutiny because we have found new ways to connect and share information W e no longer need the doctor to tell us wh [...]



    5. Driven by Technology, and shaped by common values, going Open has transformed the way we live It s not so much a question of if our workplaces, schools and colleges open, but when Some of what David Price discusses in Open How We ll Work, Live and Learn in the Future, has been a hot topic for decades particularly concerning the issues of education, and student engagement Price does predict a dreary future for the traditional education model, although, I am not quite sure whether his ideas would [...]


    6. David Price does a good job of pulling a lot of divergent thinking together from a range of sources to make a compellingly optimistic account of how we will live learn and work in the future Rooted in the lifestyle changes brought about by the internet and digital technology the book offers interesting insights, suggestions for action and sent me off in a flurry of activity searching for information from the sources that he cited I do wish that the book had an index but fortunately I make lots [...]


    7. As someone who was educated both in the US Elementary and the U.K Secondary this book should have appealed to me These two countries are the focus of the authors vision for the future of an Open society and how it will effect education the workplace and society as a whole But I found myself time and again nodding my head in disapproval to the world that David Price tries to envision His open society of shared ideas between people was too idealistic and na ve for me to buy into It s as if he has [...]


    8. It s hard to say what I think about this book I wasn t quite sure what I was getting when I won a copy in the giveaway, but it sounded interesting.The beginning of the book was one of the most powerful things I ve read in a long time and completely challenged how I think about our economic changes and how we should approach the world I m one of the over educated and long term unemployed he writes about as being the victims of an economic shift we haven t been prepared for by our education This s [...]


    9. It s hard to say what I think about this book I wasn t quite sure what I was getting when I won a copy in the giveaway, but it sounded interesting.The beginning of the book was one of the most powerful things I ve read in a long time and completely challenged how I think about our economic changes and how we should approach the world I m one of the over educated and long term unemployed he writes about as being the victims of an economic shift we haven t been prepared for by our education This s [...]


    10. A clear eyed look at modern education and business practices that advocates convincingly for corporate information sharing and teaching systems that encourage collaboration, self direction and personal motivation I didn t agree with all its conclusions, but its premise of approaching reform of both education and business to respond to the rate of change in the modern world is laudable Rigid testing processes, inflexible curricula that don t account for different rates and modes of learning, and [...]


    11. Heng Swee Keat, Singapore s education minister sets the scene The educational paradigm of our parents generation, which emphasized the transmission of knowledge, is quickly being overtaken by a very different paradigm This new concept of educational success focuses on the nurturing of key skills and competencies such as the ability to seek, to curate and to synthesize information to create and innovate to work in diverse cross cultural teams as well as to appreciate global issues within the loca [...]


    12. With the increasing abundance of information available on the Internet, the way we learn new things is changing in many ways The author discusses many aspects of this revolution and how it affects business, schools and individuals He discusses the conglomeration of information available in what he calls the Global Learning Commons, the acronyms SOFT sharing, open, free and trust and MOOC Massive Open Online Courses and other concepts We find out about the shift from learning being delivered by a [...]



    13. Lots of good thoughts and ideas A couple points stand out for me 1 Companies can t mandate learning, because engagement a pre req of learning can neither be bought, nor instilled And neither can schools, politicians, parents 2 The author asks the reader to consider the most significant learning experience you can recall from your youth this may have taken place in formal education school college or informally Results usually happened outside of school, involved a mentor, arose out of a project, [...]


    14. This is a bold and brave book in its reach The internet, a key facilitator in the disintegration of the traditional, linear Gutenberg technologies and their dominance in cultural social fields, has kicked open the doors to how we Create and how we perceive and experience Work, Life, Learning, Capital, Politics etc We are living in the age of the total field, we are the networks we create, and they are breaking down our top down systems With the instantaneity of everything, there are exponential [...]


    15. This ebook was free when I downloaded it to my Nook library I recommend it to all readers who are aware of change, and who are trying to keep up with change because our learning lies in the telling of the story These are some take aways for me while the social value of knowledge would soar, s economic value would plummet The five core beliefs for hacks are sharing, openness, decentralization, free access to computers, and world improvement.The six imperatives of social learning are 1 Do it yours [...]


    16. I have read David Price s blogs for a while and found him them inspiring and motivating, so was really looking forward to reading Open.I have found it a really optimistic book, looking at the new technologies from the perspective of the good they can do and the opportunities they open up to both students and educators.The examples of how these technologies have already been used as a force for social change, and how business has adopted approaches illustrates how the education system is lagging [...]


    17. David Price s book is essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand the changes in the way information and knowledge will be transferred and accessed in the future The content is keen and incisive, and written with an energy and passion that can only come from an expert within the field Important ideas well evidenced by the author Highly recommended


    18. I liked the book, Open The relevance for teachers, learners, and GoodReads is emphatic The premise is that we learn through technology avenues and communities, such as GoodReads Open source material, free access to abundant knowledge and resource, and the power of online movements are other themes I appreciate my venture into this world through GoodReads.


    19. A good look at what is happening and should be happening in our schools,universities and businesses Education cannot remain static The book gives food thought All educators should read this book


    20. I thought this book would be about now sites like take away power of the critic and how the internet is making government transparent.The focus of the book is online learning and I just found the book boring.


    21. Many very useful insights into the impact of open on education But actually many of them can be applied to other aspects of life.


    22. Really an important read for educators Clear argument for dumping test mania and thinking about what kids will need to thrive in the future.



    23. Awesome in site into learning and work Really hit home since I m currently under employed, and using open learning to gain knowledge.


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