This is a catalogue of instances of the Open Web covering applications and platforms that can be relevant for teaching and learning.
It also includes resources and references that can help people understand what the Open Web is.
Please consider sharing your expertise by adding an entry.
Tim Berners-Lee envisioned the World Wide Web as “an open platform that would allow everyone, everywhere to share information, access opportunities, and collaborate across geographic and cultural boundaries.”
OWLTEH looks at online infrastructures that somehow enable this, with a particular focus on how they can be used within educational contexts. While the concept is often associated with open source, open standards or open licences, we welcome different interpretations of the concept and understand it as a continuum that can encompass different levels of openness.
“Mastodon is a distributed and federated social network, with microblogging features similar to Twitter but administered as a decentralized federation of independently operated servers running free software. Each…