The Terai ( Nepali: तराई Hindi: तराइ ) is a plain landscape Madhesh region of Nepal and the plain land region in Bangladesh, Bhutan and India that lies in south of the outer foothills of the Himalaya, the Siwalik Hills, and north of the Indo-Gangetic Plain of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and their tributaries.
The Stone Age is divided into three different periods.
- Paleolithic or Old Stone Age
- Mesolithic or Middle Stone Age
- Neolithic or New Stone Age
First of the “core reading” for #StanfordOpenKnowledge.
The important question isn’t who owns the data. Ultimately, we all do. A better question is, who owns the means of analysis? Because that’s how, as Brand suggests, you get the right information in the right place. The digital divide isn’t about who owns data — it’s about who can put that data to work.
via Who Owns Your Data?.
I’ve signed up for the Open Knowledge MOOC from Stanford Online. I’ll be posting thoughts from that course, under this category
“Open source, open science, open data, open access, open education, open learning — this course provides an introduction to the important concept of openness from a variety of perspectives, including education, publishing, librarianship, economics, politics, and more, and asks you to discover what it means to you. Open Knowledge is international and multi-institutional, bringing together instructors and students from Canada, Ghana, Mexico, the United States, and the rest of the world. It will challenge you take control of your own education, to determine your own personal learning objectives, to contribute to the development of the curriculum, to reflect on your progress, to learn new digital skills, and to take a leadership role in the virtual classroom. It will also provide you with the opportunity to connect with colleagues from different countries and professions, and to better understand areas where your interests overlap and where unexpected distincts exist. We hope you’ll consider taking this journey with us.” : Open Knowledge: Changing the Global Course of Learning | Stanford Online:
If you do join (or already have joined), please do say hello in the MOOC.
Binocular disparity refers to the difference in image location of an object seen by the left and right eyes, resulting from the eyes’ horizontal separation. The brain uses binocular disparity to extract depth information from the two-dimensional retinal images in stereopsis. In computer vision, binocular disparity refers to the difference in coordinates of similar features within two stereo images.
An interesting Policy Brief. Right To Education Bill (India) 2005 (Download PDF)
Much better than Right to Education: The Way Forward
An aim implies an orderly and ordered activity, one in which the order consists in the progressive completing of a process.
~ Dewey, J. (2007). Aims in Education. Democracy and education (p. 79).