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L3T 2.0 – 7 reasons to succeed in 7 days

August 1, 2013

My L3T 2.0 mission foto

7 Reasons for your Participation

Reason 1

Achieve a new speed record in rewriting a textbook. L3T took 10 month to write 50 chapters. The goal is to finish L3T 2.0  in 7 days.

Reason 2

Update and complement the L3T textbook to increase topicality.

Reason 3

Try out new forms of collaboration in a blended-learning mode.

Eight so-called L3T 2.0 camps spread around Germany and Austria are the central meeting points for contributors who don’t want to work alone at home, but meet others face-to-face. Those who are prevented for any reason, can of course support the teams online.

Reason 4

Create an Open Educational Resource (OER)

L3T 1.0 is licences under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs  – CC BY-NC-ND license.

“This license is the most restrictive of our six main licenses, only allowing others to download your works and share them with others as long as they credit you, but they can’t change them in any way or use them commercially.”

L3T 2.0 will be licensed under a less restrictive license, the Attribution-ShareAlike – CC BY-SA  allowing a better and easier application in education.

“This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work even for commercial purposes, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms.”

Reason 5

Help to win more prizes for L3T 2.0. L3T is a prizewinning textbook and we hope we can achieve that with L3T 2.0 as well.

Reason 6

Benefit from the wisdom of the crowds. It’s your chance to participate in the project, to collaborate and communicate and to profit from the outcomes.

Reason 7

It’s simply fun 🙂 or can you think of a better way to spent 7 days when you can meet like-minded people and be part of an exceptional project 😉

This short community video shows contributors and we hope to receive more snapshots from all contributors. More about how it works, here:

The original video was published from Sandra Schoen. I just did the annotations, not that the second official L3T video needed much translation as it speaks for itself.

Are you in on it?

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