Fostering innovative and open methods and tools in the classroom and beyond.
Expanding the scope and impact of traditional and digital humanities for the contemporary world.
Thinking critically about the role and design of technology, data and the social sciences in our lives and learning.
Promoting openness, access, and diversity in technology, and education in service of an equitable society.
Promoting change in schools, museums, libraries, and other organizations.
Advocating for new forms of scholarly communications, including blogging, multimedia, open publishing, and academic journals and presses.
From the New York Times via Rob Walker:
From Zythepsary via Laura F. Hilliger:
From U.S. News & World Report via Menachem Wecker:
Via Assessing Education: