Bazaar Seminar: Hey Dude, Where’s My Data? (Scoping of Issues II)

[notes from the Bazaar Seminar: Hey Dude, Where’s My Data?]

Aspects issued during the presentations about scoping of issues:

  • Where do I publish my data? in my server or the Institution’s?
  • Whose is the data produced during the process of learning? mine (student or faculty) or the institution’s?
  • How to balance the ways of accessing content which usually are (a) control (i.e. institutional repositories) (b) shortcuts (web 2.0 apps)?
  • How to manage a needed degree of (creative) anarchy within the institution with the need to correctly assess to get your degree?
  • Is it impossible/too hard to reinvent the educational institutions as the web 2.0 seems to be asking for?
  • Will the University get sidelined by other institutions?
  • What happens to quality of content? and quality in the use/application of content?
  • Is there a place for some kind of clearing house services to intermediate between individuals and institutions and the different ways to store their data?

Bazaar Seminar (2006)

If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:

Peña-López, I. (2006) “Bazaar Seminar: Hey Dude, Where’s My Data? (Scoping of Issues II)” In ICTlogy, #37, October 2006. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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About Me

    I am Ismael Peña-López.

    I am professor at the School of Law and Political Science of the Open University of Catalonia, and researcher at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute and the eLearn Center of that university. I am also the director of the Open Innovation project at Fundació Jaume Bofill.