Difference between revisions of "Welcome to Ethical EdTech"

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''This is a work in progress. Notes on the process below.''
''This is a work in progress. [[Meta:Progress|Notes on the process here]].''
== Tools ==
* [[Page template]] for new page creation
=== Discussion ===
* [ MLA Humanities Commons]: Non-profit digital commons that allows users to build public or private Wordpress websites for course discussion, personal academic websites, and public academic resources.
* [ Commons in a Box]: Host your own WordPress digital commons for your institution or group.
* [ Discourse]: Can be used a mailing list, discussion forum, long-form chat room. Install/host on your own for free or pay for the hosted version.
* [[Loomio]]: Discussion tool with a focus on decision making and roots in Occupy Wall Street.
* [ Rocket Chat]: Slack alternative chat forum.
* [ Mastodon]: Networked discussion tool similar to Twitter.
=== Annotation ===
* [[Hypothesis]]: Annotate any webpage/online text for social reading.
* [ CommentPress]: WordPress theme that enables paragraph level comments of long form texts. Available on the MLA Humanities Commons or install on your own WordPress site.
=== Digital publishing/archive ===
* [ Scalar]: Platform for creating multimedia, non-linear academic and student texts. Developed at the University of Southern California.
* [ 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.
* [ Manifold]:Academic-developed publishing platform great for iterative, media rich and/or long form academic texts. Allows for crowd-sourced text annotation.
* [[Rebus Press]]
* Wikibooks
=== Word processing/text editing ===
* [[Collabora]]
* [ LibreOffice]: FLOSS alternative to MS Office Suite. Includes software for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and more.
* [ Etherpad]: Realtime, collaborative online text editor.
* [ CodiMD]: Realtime, collaborative online text editor in markdown. FLOSS version of HackMD.
* [ Atom]
=== Coding ===
* [ Jupyter Notebook]: Web application for creating and sharing documents with interactive code.
* [ Atom]
=== Hardware ===
* [ Bak USA Atlas] - education laptop made in Buffalo
* Raspberry Pi
* System76
* Used stuff
=== Search Engine ===
* [ DuckDuckDo]: Search engine that doesn’t track user data. Note that it is not completely open source.
* [ Searx]: Self-hostable, free-software meta-search engine
=== Citation Manager ===
* [[Zotero]]
=== Self hosting ===
* [[Cloudron]]
* [[Nextcloud]]
* [[Sandstorm]]
=== Not categorized yet ===
* Open Science Foundation
* ScholarlyHub
* Wallabag
* FBReader
* Feeder
* [ Pandoc]: Convert files from one format to another.
* [ Voyant]: Browser based tool for text mining. Great for beginners.
* Tor
== Issues ==
* Just education or also research?
** We’re thinking education focus, with research as part of that
* 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?
* How to structure the home page?
** [ Change main page]?
** [ NOTITLE extension]
* What tool should we use to organize this wiki?
* What projects might emerge from this documentation effort?
** A package mixing VPS/Cloudron/etc. to make it easier for educators to deploy these tools
** A campaign encouraging campuses to better support open as opposed to proprietary tools

Revision as of 05:00, 28 January 2019