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This is a collaborative wiki. We invite anyone who is interested to create an account and pitch in. Below are some notes where we keep track of needs and plans.

Be sure to consult the About page for inclusion criteria and more on the spirit of the project.

Events!

Students

Student participation in this project is essential to its success. Share your insights and experience about tools you've encountered in class and ideas for how technology can better meet your needs.

Get started by joining the conversation at the Student Voices page. Students should also feel free to contribute to any part of the Ethical EdTech wiki project.

Tools to be added

Discussion

Digital publishing/archive

  • Omeka:Platform for sharing digital collections and creating media-rich online exhibits. Developed at George Mason University.
  • Neatline: Platform for allowing students and scholars to tell stories with maps and timelines. Developed for Omeka.
  • Wikibooks

Word processing/text editing

  • CodiMD: Realtime, collaborative online text editor in markdown. FLOSS version of HackMD.

Coding

  • Jupyter Notebook: Web application for creating and sharing documents with interactive code.

Hardware

  • Bak USA Atlas - education laptop made in Buffalo
  • Raspberry Pi
  • System76 - Made in Denver
  • Purism
  • Mycroft
  • Used stuff - through media archaeology labs

Not categorized yet

  • Canvas LMS https://github.com/instructure/canvas-lms/wiki
  • ScholarlyHub (This is vaporware at this point. It's been a landing page trying to raise money for 2 years now. Recommend removing.)
  • Wallabag
  • FBReader
  • Feeder
  • Voyant: Browser based tool for text mining. Great for beginners.
  • Tor
  • WordPress (distinguish from the Category)

Issues and roadmap

Overall project

  • How can we organize educators to help strengthen these platforms?
  • What organizations might be interested in supporting this work?
  • What forms of publication would advance our goals?
  • How do we define our list of standards and goals?
  • What projects might emerge from this documentation effort?
    • A campaign encouraging campuses to better support open as opposed to proprietary tools
    • A package mixing VPS/Cloudron/etc. to make it easier for educators to deploy these tools
    • A marketing cooperative of affiliated open projects

Website

  • Set up pre-filled template for new page creation
  • Wiki design
    • Rejigger the template for more appropriate, useful structure. "Related" might be redundant with the Categories.
    • What's the easiest way to get logos into pages? Use WikiMedia Commons?
  • Custom Design
    • Need a logo (ico) and color scheme (here)
    • A page outlining a few quick easy options for educators who don't have much time to try out new tools
    • set a maximum width for content and header bar
  • Promotion
    • When ready, tweet out to all included projects word that they're in here