Articles

Thad Nodine
April 01, 2008
Nodine, T. (2008). The Governors Speak — 2008 A Report on the State-of-the-State Addresses of the Nation’s and U.S. Territories’ Governors. The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices.  View Original
Nodine, T. (2008). The Governors Speak — 2008 A Report on the State-of-the-State Addresses of the Nation’s and U.S. Territories’ Governors. The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices. Retrieved from http://www.nga.org/Files/pdf/GOVSPEAK0804.PDF        
Lisa A. Petrides
February 26, 2008
The concept of aggregating, sharing, and collaboratively enriching free educational materials over the Internet has been emerging over the past several years. The movement has been led by faculty members and content specialists who believe that making lesson plans, training...
The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
February 01, 2008
To meet the needs of its rapidly growing student population, the government of Uganda has  adopted Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) as a central part of its strategy for  curriculum development and dissemination. The goals of the CurriculumNet...
The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
February 01, 2008
Teacher's Domain is an online repository of multimedia open education resources launched by  WGBH in 2002. This case study examines the successes and challenges involved in developing an open  content model using public multimedia archives. Specifically, this case...
The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
January 01, 2008
A large-scale initiative by the government of India to create "telecentres" in villages throughout  the country created a need for training materials to support hundreds of thousands of future telecentre  managers. The Mission 2007 Training Commons initiative was...
The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
January 01, 2008
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The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
January 01, 2008
A relatively recent global movement, the development of free-to-use open educational resources (OER) has generated a dynamic field of widespread interest and study regarding methods for creating and sustaining OER. To help foster a thriving OER movement with potential for...
Cynthia Jimes and Anastasia Karaglani
April 01, 2007
 Jimes, C., Karaglani, A. (2007). The Governors Speak — 2007 A Report on the State-of-the-State Addressesof the Nation’s and U.S. Territories’ Governors. The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices. View Original
 Jimes, C., Karaglani, A. (2007). The Governors Speak — 2007 A Report on the State-of-the-State Addressesof the Nation’s and U.S. Territories’ Governors. The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices.
Petrides, L. A., & Jimes, C.
October 01, 2006
For teachers and learners, the proliferation of open educational resources (OER) in combination with advances in information technologies has meant centralized access to materials and the possibility of creating, using, and reusing OER globally, collaboratively, and across...
Petrides, L. A., & Jimes, C. (Oct. 2006). “Open Educational Resources: Toward a New Educational Paradigm,” iJournal Insight into Student Services, 14, 
Petrides, L., & Nodine, T.
September 01, 2006
The analysis and use of data to develop and share knowledge are continuous learning practices that can help teachers and school  administrators to shape reforms that fit the needs of their schools.  Key elements of continuous learning practices are outlined, and...
 Petrides, L., & Nodine, T. (Sept. 2006). “Crunching the Numbers,” American School Board Journal, 42-45.