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#openedsig @ALT_OpenEdSIG and #FemEdTech @femedtech have come together to hold a discussion on Open Policy – Who Cares? in #OpenEducationWeek.

This post is from Teresa Mackinnon and Frances Bell.

Open Educators are posting provocations in two places:

Flipgrid: Invited posts from members of the Open community around the world, check it out at
https://twitter.com/ALT_OpenEdSIG/status/1231928742362173440

and here at

http://femedtech.net/category/published/open-policy/

So far Teresa Mackinnon has posted a provocation on gaining the professional skills to collaborate in digital contexts at Flipgrid, and Lorna Campbell has posted her provocation here at http://femedtech.net/published/openness-precarity-and-equity/

We really welcome your responses, wherever you think is most appropriate, at Flipgrid, using  #openedsig #FemEdTech on Twitter, or here at our #FemEdTech Open Space.

If you don’t have a Flipgrid account, you can go directly to the Open Policy space at

flipgrid.com/02552cd2

and comment there.

You can post here by posting at the Write option on the menu, remembering to choose the Open Policy category so that we can aggregate responses.¬† You don’t have to be a registered user here at femedtech.net, you can even post anonymously. All that we ask is that your post complies with our Code of Conduct. All posts are moderated but it’s very easy to create a post, adding GIFs, images, videos by putting url on separate line.

We’d love to hear your provocation and responses to those of others.

Get thinking!