Evaluation and the Culture of Secrecy

Leonard Cassuto, Tidsskriftet for Universiteternes Efter- og Videreuddannelse, Jul 19, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I have always agreed with this point of view. Assessments and evaluation should not take place in secret. "Open access offers more advantages than a defense against bottom-dwelling character assassins. It also improves the quality of information.... Open access can also help people become better scholars and teachers."
Views: 0 today, 55 total (since January 1, 2017).[Direct Link]