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Cape Town Open Education Declaration:
Unlocking the promise of open educational resources

 We are on the cusp of a global revolution in teaching and learning. Educators worldwide are developing a vast pool of educational resources on the Internet, open and free for all to use. These educators are creating a world where each and every person on earth can access and contribute to the sum of all human knowledge. They are also planting the seeds of a new pedagogy where educators and learners create, shape and evolve knowledge together, deepening their skills and understanding as they go.

This emerging open education movement combines the established tradition of sharing good ideas with fellow educators and the collaborative, interactive culture of the Internet. It is built on the belief that everyone should have the freedom to use, customize, improve and redistribute educational resources without constraint. Educators, learners and others who share this belief are gathering together as part of a worldwide effort to make education both more accessible and more effective.

The expanding global collection of open educational resources has created fertile ground for this effort. These resources include openly licensed course materials, lesson plans, textbooks, games, software and other materials that support teaching and learning. They contribute to making education more accessible, especially where money for learning materials is scarce. They also nourish the kind of participatory culture of learning, creating, sharing and cooperation that rapidly changing knowledge societies need.

However, open education is not limited to just open educational resources. It also draws upon open technologies that facilitate collaborative, flexible learning and the open sharing of teaching practices that empower educators to benefit from the best ideas of their colleagues. It may also grow to include new approaches to assessment, accreditation and collaborative learning. Understanding and embracing innovations like these is critical to the long term vision of this movement.

There are many barriers to realizing this vision. Most educators remain unaware of the growing pool of open educational resources. Many governments and educational institutions are either unaware or unconvinced of the benefits of open education. Differences among licensing schemes for open resources create confusion and incompatibility. And, of course, the majority of the world does not yet have access to the computers and networks that are integral to most current open education efforts.

These barriers can be overcome, but only by working together. We invite learners, educators, trainers, authors, schools, colleges, universities, publishers, unions, professional societies, policymakers, governments, foundations and others who share our vision to commit to the pursuit and promotion of open education and, in particular, to these three strategies to increase the reach and impact of open educational resources:

1. Educators and learners: First, we encourage educators and learners to actively participate in the emerging open education movement. Participating includes: creating, using, adapting and improving open educational resources; embracing educational practices built around collaboration, discovery and the creation of knowledge; and inviting peers and colleagues to get involved. Creating and using open resources should be considered integral to education and should be supported and rewarded accordingly.

2. Open educational resources: Second, we call on educators, authors, publishers and institutions to release their resources openly. These open educational resources should be freely shared through open
licences which facilitate use, revision, translation, improvement and sharing by anyone. Resources should be published in formats that facilitate both use and editing, and that accommodate a diversity of technical platforms. Whenever possible, they should also be available in formats that are accessible to people with disabilities and people who do not yet have access to the Internet.

3. Open education policy: Third, governments, school boards, colleges and universities should make open education a high priority. Ideally, taxpayer-funded educational resources should be open educational resources. Accreditation and adoption processes should give preference to open educational resources. Educational resource repositories should actively include and highlight open educational resources within their collections.

These strategies represent more than just the right thing to do. They constitute a wise investment in teaching and learning for the 21st century. They will make it possible to redirect funds from expensive textbooks towards better learning. They will help teachers excel in their work and provide new opportunities for visibility and global impact. They will accelerate innovation in teaching. They will give more control over learning to the learners themselves. These are strategies that make sense for everyone.

Thousands of educators, learners, authors, administrators and policymakers are already involved in open education initiatives. We now have the opportunity to grow this movement to include millions of educators and institutions from all corners of the earth, richer and poorer. We have the chance to reach out to policymakers, working together to seize the opportunities ahead. We have the opportunity to engage entrepreneurs and publishers who are developing innovative open business models. We have a chance to nurture a new generation of learners who engage with open educational materials, are empowered by their learning and share their new knowledge and insights with others. Most importantly, we have an opportunity to dramatically improve the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world through freely available, high-quality, locally relevant educational and learning opportunities.

We, the undersigned, invite all individuals and institutions to join us in signing the Cape Town Open Education Declaration, and, in doing so, to commit to pursuing the three strategies listed above. We also encourage those who sign to pursue additional strategies in open educational technology, open sharing of teaching practices and other approaches that promote the broader cause of open education. With each person or institution who makes this commitment -- and with each effort to further articulate our vision -- we move closer to a world of open, flexible and effective education for all.

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There are currently 2808 signatories to the Declaration, including:

Balqis Thaahaveettil, School and Collegiate Education (India)
Gabriel Abad, United World College of South East Asia (Singapore)
Gabriel Abad Fernández, United World College of South East Asia (Singapore)
Rhodora Abano, Center for Migrant Advocacy (Philippines)
Gafoor Abdul, University of Calicut (India)
Nalin Abeysekera, Open University of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka)
Gonzalo Abio, Universidade Federal de Alagoas (Brazil)
Concepción Abraira, Departamento de Matemáticas. Universidad de León (Spain)
Rory Adams, (South Africa)
Fokko Adams, (Germany)
Ouida Aday, Las Cruces Public Schools (United States)
Jordi Adell Segura, Universitat Jaume I (Spain)
Michael Adeyeye, University of Cape Town, South Africa (South Africa)
Zareer Aga, (India)
seema Agnihotri, ICFAI University (India)
Mauricio Leonardo Aguilar Molina, Federal University of Juiz de Fora (Brazil)
Irma Aguilar-Delfin, UCCS (Mexico)
Zane Ahmed, Inspecteurde l'éducation et de la formation (Algeria)
Shahid Ahmed, (India)
Imtiaz Ahmed-Taj Ahmed-Taj, Pakistan International School, Cairo (Egypt)
Tejinder Ahuja Ahuja, The Correspondence School (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Tejinder Ahuja, The Correspondence School (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Barbara Aires, The Correspondence School (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Jejy Ajai, eSchool Kerala (India)
Tsuneo Akaha, Monterey Institute of International Studies (United States)
Emin Akhundov, AzNET Project (Azerbaijan)
Atilla Aksoy, Istanbul Bilgi University (Turkey)
Buthaina Al-Othman, Kuwait Univeristy (Kuwait)
MD (Rabbi) Alam, Imagine Renaissance Academy of Environmental Science and Math (United States)
Leonardo Alanis, IES Gerena (Spain)
Virginia Alberti, ITIS e LST B.Castelli (Italy)
Turadg Aleahmad, Carnegie Mellon University (United States)
Rima Aleryani, (Saudi Arabia)
Thomas Alexander, Senior Research Fellow Department of Education University of Oxford; Formerly Director for Education, Labour and Social Policy, OECD (United Kingdom)
Chris Alexander, The University of Nicosia (Cyprus)
Dimitris Alexoudis, 18th Primary School of Xanthi (Greece)
Jennifer Alfieri, (United States)
Luiz Algarra, Papagallis (Brazil)
Anne Algers, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Sweden)
Elisabeth Allen, Public Library of Science, PLoS (United States)
Nicole Allen, The Student PIRGs (United States)
J.P. Allen, University of San Francisco (United States)
Cliff Allen, (United States)
Saalih Allie, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Edgar Altamirano, Public University of Guerrero (Mexico)
Ulrich Althöfer, (Germany)
Maria Altmann, Candoo Research Training and Devlopment Ltd (Australia)
Jose Francisco Alvarez, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia.UNED (Spain)
Angela Alvernaz, (Brazil)
Filipe AlvesFerreira, WUW The Webcash_Universocial_Web (Spain)
Abdullah Alzahrani, NA (Saudi Arabia)
Woldekidan Amde, University of the Western Cape (South Africa)
Ibone Amorrortu, Gasteizko Berritzeguneak (--Other--)
Terry Anderson, Athabasca University (Canada)
Brenda Anderson, Montgomery County Public Schools Maryland (United States)
Marilyn Anderson, (United States)
Silvestre Andrade, Min.Educação (Portugal)
Münnich Andreas, (Germany)
Matteo Andreozzi, (Italy)
Garton Andrew, (Australia)
Agnieszka Andrzejewska, (Poland)
Neena Aneja, Anglo-Sanskrit College of Education Khanna (ludhiana)-punjab (India)
Hugo Angel, (Colombia)
Hector M. Angel C., Fundacion Educar (Colombia)
Nathan Angell, rSmart (United States)
Felipe Anghinoni, Perestroika (Brazil)
Martín Alfonso Angulo Sánchez, (Mexico)
V. Anitha Devi Anitha, Vellore Institute of Technology (India)
David Annand, Athabasca University (Canada)
Walter Ansorg, (Germany)
Seth Anthony, Colorado State University (United States)
Nevenka Antic, (--Other--)
Ebele Anyaoku, College of Health Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University (Nigeria)
Pradeepkumar Ap, University College (India)
Vaijayanti Aphale, (India)
Moshe Apleni, Gugulethu Youth Development Forum (South Africa)
Heather Apollonio, (United States)
Boaz Jero Apungu, Educational Resources Consultancy (Kenya)
José Manuel Aranda, Instituto de enseñanza secundaria (Spain)
Jose L. Arco, University of Granada (Spain)
Anne Arendt, Utah Valley University (United States)
Evelyn Argue, CSCFSA (Canada)
Leo Arias, Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica (Costa Rica)
Alberto Armada, CPI Aurelio M. Rey García (Spain)
Gareth Armstrong, Future CEOs (South Africa)
Irmeli Aro, (Finland)
Lindy Aronowitz, Freelancer (South Africa)
Scott Ashwell, (United States)
Muhammad Asim, University of Karachi (Pakistan)
Rolando Asis Jr, (Philippines)
Owen Astrachan, Duke University (United States)
Samuel Atere-Roberts, (United States)
Dimitri Athanassopoulos, Research Academic Computer Technology Institute (Greece)
Charles Atkins, McKinsey Global Institute (United States)
Jaqueline Atkinson, (United States)
Paolo Atzori, NABA (Italy)
Andreas Auwaerter, Uni Koblenz-Landau (Germany)
Humberto Ñaupas, Escuela de Postgrado de la UNE. (Peru)
Suresh Babu.R.G, SMA ABACUS (India)
Michał Bachowski, (Poland)
Erik Baerwaldt, Linux New Media AG, Munich/Germany (Germany)
Mauricio Baeza, Hombres Libres (Mexico)
Fernanda Baffa, Perestroika (Brazil)
Tony Bailetti, Carleton University (Canada)
Marysia Bailey, (Poland)
Adrian Baillie-Stewart, (South Africa)
Nico Baird, Dreamagineers International (South Africa)
Bernd Baisch, steinbeisschule-reutlingen (Germany)
Fouad Bajwa, Alternate Development (Pakistan)
Francesc Balagué Puxan, Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)
Jose Luis Balmaseda, (Spain)
Laura Balzano, University of Wisconsin, Madison (United States)
Piotr Banaszkiewicz, (Poland)
Fernando Bandeira, UFP (Univ. Fernando Pessoa) (Portugal)
Nkiru Banjoko, Electronic Learning Consult (Nigeria)
Sunday Bankole, Great Life Moulders Schools (Nigeria)
Karen Banks, Association For Progressive Communications (APC) (United Kingdom)
Bernd Baran, Evangelische Landeskirche Bayern (Germany)
Richard Baraniuk, Connexions / Rice University (United States)
Ireneusz Barcik, (Poland)
Robert Barejsza, (Poland)
Paul Barera, Rwanda Telecentre Network (Rwanda)
Ramon Barlam, (Spain)
Adam Barnes, University of KwaZulu Natal (South Africa)
Lise-Pauline Barnett, Harrisburg Area Community College (United States)
Josh Baron, Marist College (United States)
Ramon Barrenetxea, Reciclanet Asociación Educativa (Spain)
Brendan Barrett, United Nations University (Japan)
Fabio Barros, Cefet-RJ (Brazil)
Tomasz Bartczak, (Poland)
Phil Bartle, Community Empowerment Collective (Canada)
Malgorzata Baszak, (Poland)
Ronald James Batchelor, Central Okanagan School District 23 (Canada)
Talya Bates, Happy Elementary School (Taiwan)
Lara Bath, (South Africa)
Nataliya Batryn, Nernopil national economic university (Ukraine)
Jyoti Bawane, Indian Institute of Education (India)
Dennis Bayeng, Gawon International Phils., INC (Philippines)
Savas Bayindir, university of ahi evran (Turkey)
Gunseli Bayram Akcapinar, Sabanci University (Turkey)
Jonas Bäckelin, eduToolkit (Bulgaria)
Jonas Bäckelin, eduToolkit (Sweden)
D.L. Bearden, Univ. of Phoenix (United States)
Samantha Beaudoin, Ka'ewai Elementary School (United States)
Xavier Beà, IES Guindàvols (Spain)
Ben Bebbington, University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)
Jonathan Becker, Bard College (United States)
Alice Bedard-Voorhees, Colorado Mountain College (United States)
mangesh bedekar, BITS-Pilani, Goa-Campus, Goa, India (India)
Bożena Bednarek-Michalska, Nicolaus Copernicus University Library (Poland)
Mario Behling, FOSS Bridge (Germany)
Hans Behrendt, Grammar School (Germany)
Rene Bekker, (Netherlands)
Mokhtar Beldjehem, Sainte-Anne's University (Canada)
Erich Benesch, Mobile Medien-Werkstatt mobi-klick (media training for schools) (Germany)
Elena Benito, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)
SIA Benjamin, Lycée Technique Ouagadougou/ TIC-EDUC-BF (Burkina Faso)
Horst Bennemann, (Germany)
Gina Bennett, College of the Rockies (Canada)
Brooke Bennett, (United States)
Francesca Berengo, ITSOS MCurie Cernusco s/Naviglio (Italy)
Jonathan Berger, (South Africa)
Roberto Bergonzini, SMS A. Frank (Italy)
Adam Berliński, (Poland)
Angeles Berman Boeta, (Mexico)
Mateusz Bernaciak, (Poland)
Eduardo Bernal Mamani, Universidad Nacional del Altiplano (Peru)
Theresa Bernardo, (Canada)
Giorgio Bertini, Learning and Change (Chile)
Mariola Besch, (Germany)
Karien Bezuidenhout, Shuttleworth Foundation (South Africa)
Estelle Bezuidenhout, (South Africa)
Derek Bezuidenhout, (South Africa)
Agnieszka Bialousz, (Poland)
Amos Bianchi, NABA (Italy)
Janet Bianchini, Freelance (Italy)
Lungisani Sheperd Biniza, (South Africa)
Mary Bird-Lowry, Central Learning Center (United States)
Ahrash Bissell, Creative Commons / CCLearn (United States)
Tryggvi Björgvinsson, University of Iceland (Iceland)
Lechosław Blach, old-age pensioner (Poland)
Leigh Blackall, Otago Polytechnic (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
david blackwell, orieantinstituion. (American Samoa)
Jozef Blatowski, (Poland)
Nathan Blows, Freelance (South Africa)
Lisa Blunden, Aston University (United Kingdom)
Sarah-Louise Blyth, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Fotis Bobolas, Greek Zeitgeist Movement Activist Community (Greece)
Mike Bogle, University of New South Wales (Australia)
Martha Bohórquez, Universidad La Salle Bolivia (Bolivia)
Piotr Bojanowski, (Poland)
Milena Bokova, BlueLink Information Network (Bulgaria)
Conor Bolton, Volcanics eLearning Community (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Patryk Bonat, (Poland)
Ohenenana Bonsu Kyeretwie, (Ghana)
Justin Bonzo, Lancaster University (Canada)
Fran Boon, (United Kingdom)
norbert boruett, KMTC (Kenya)
Stella Bosch, Port Elizabeth College (South Africa)
James Bosco, Western Michigan University (United States)
Jaap Bosman, (Netherlands)
Jonah Bossewitch, Columbia University (United States)
Petros Boufounos, Rice University (United States)
Yolaine Bourda, Supelec (France)
Rhett Bowlin, Open Society Institute (Hungary)
Manqoba Boy, Ekurhuleni East College (South Africa)
Tonya Braden, Tennessee College of Applied Technology (United States)
Gabriel Braga, UFMG/SBS Publisher (Brazil)
Chris Bragg, TenStep ME (Bahrain)
Alberto Brancatelli, Italian Public School (Italy)
Ed Brandon, University of the West Indies (Barbados)
Peter Brantley, Digital Library Federation (United States)
Barbara Braun, University of Heidelberg (Germany)
Erin Bricker, Healing Wave Chiropractic Wellness Centre (Australia)
Erin Bricker, (Australia)
Richard Brincefield, Global Literacy Foundation (United States)
Matthew Britton, (United States)
Peter Brook, Otago Polytechnic (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Andy Brooks, ccLearn (United States)
Helen Brooks, Northwestern Connecticut Community College (United States)
Jane Brotchie, (United Kingdom)
Connie Broughton, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (United States)
David Brown, Retired- Univerity of Kwazulu-natal( member South African Sociological association) Sasa (member:British Association of Applied Linguistics) (United Kingdom)
Bruce Brown, (United States)
Eva Brown, Red River College (Canada)
Deshaun Brown, cincinnati state technical community college (United States)
Wendy Brown, Humboldt State University (United States)
Jimmy Bruce, Young Americas Business Trust Haiti (Haiti)
Małgorzata BrudzyNska, (Poland)
Fabricio Brunelli Machado, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (Brasil)
H. Pippa Buchanan, (Germany)
Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin (Germany)
Jessica Buchsbaum, City College of San Francisco (United States)
Jason Buell, (United States)
Sebastian Buettrich, (Denmark)
Piotr Bugała, (Poland)
Frank Bullock, University of South Africa (South Africa)
Claudia Buran, Colegiul National Samuil Vulcan (Romania)
Paula Burdette, Parent (United States)
Paula Burdette, Parent (United States)
Peter Burgess, Transparency and Accountability Network (US Minor Outlying Islands)
Maryanne Burgos, State University of New York at Buffalo (United States)
Vladimir Burgos, Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)
C. Sidney Burrus, Rice University (United States)
Sylvester Burton, Southern University and A&M College (United States)
Dylan Busa, Mindset \network (South Africa)
José Luis Cabello, CRIF "Las Acacias" (Spain)
Marta Caceres_Piñuel, UNED (Spain)
Nicolas Cahen, Volens (Dominican Republic)
Rodolfo Calderon Vivar, Open Learning System of Universidad Veracruzana (Mexico)
Trevor Caldow, responsible aware world citizen (Australia)
Alan Cameron, (United Kingdom)
Leanne Cameron, Macquarie University (Australia)
Anita Campbell, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Liz Campbell, Bluewtaer District School Board (Canada)
Karina Campista, (Brazil)
Daniel Cardaci, Escuela Superior de Comercio Nº 48 (Argentina)
Richard Caretto, (United States)
Joseph Carlisle, University of Texas of the Permian Basin (United States)
Paz Carlos E, Fundacion Etica Mundial -El Tiempo (Colombia)
Jonathan Carter, (South Africa)
Chris Carter, (South Africa)
Marie Carvalho, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
Heather Carver, (United States)
Antonio Casado, Maestro (Spain)
Christine Cassar, (Malta)
Shahida Cassim, University of KwaZulu Natal (South Africa)
Maria Paz Castillo Galvez, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS LAGOS (Chile)
Susana Castro, UNAM (Mexico)
Tom Caswell, Utah State University (United States)
Sandy Causer, Learning 4 Earning (Australia)
Florencio Ceballos, (Canada)
Matt Cekrett, (United Kingdom)
Jaime Chaire Huerta, Universidad Da Vinci (Mexico)
Ronojoy Chakrabarti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States)
Steven Chamberland, Nyacol Nano Technologies (United States)
Leslie Chan, University of Toronto Scarborough (Canada)
peng chao, center china normal universty (China)
HEMLATA CHARI, Institute of Distance and Open Learning, Univ of Mumbai (India)
Milton Chebet, Kyambogo University (Uganda)
Robin Cheesman, Roskilde University (Denmark)
Qing Chen, Beijing Normal University (China)
Andras Chernel, UAA, FHS, TBU in Zlin (Czech Republic)
Malde Chetariya, Jamwanthali primary school (India)
Andres Chiappe, Universidad de La Sabana (Colombia)
Leonard Chien, (Taiwan)
Hemant Chikarmane, Cape Cod Community College (United States)
Arnold Chikwenya, Spectrium (South Africa)
Mike Chiles, (South Africa)
Kevin Chilton, Open University (Netherlands)
Manavy Chim, Open Institute (Cambodia)
Andrew Chiu, (Canada)
Tomasz Chmiel, (Poland)
Małgorzata Chmiel, (Poland)
Jarosław Chmielewski, Politechnika Wrocławska (Poland)
Kamil Cholewinski, (Poland)
Miroslaw Chorazewski, University of Silesia, Institute of Chemistry (Poland)
Cheng-Chou Chou, Holistic Education School (Taiwan)
Mohamed Choubane, (France)
Jingli Chu, National Science Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
Yen Chu, Tay Nguyen University (Viet Nam)
Dariusz Ciesielski, (Poland)
Jocalyn Clark, Public Library of Science (Canada)
Michael Clarke, (Canada)
Danny Clarkson, (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Deborah Cochran, Ashland University (United States)
Gerhard Coetzee, University of Southern California (United States)
Dan Cohen, George Mason University (United States)
Louise Cokayne, Herzlia Middle School (South Africa)
Christian Colin, École des Mines de Nantes (France)
Morgan Collett, (South Africa)
Bryan Collins, Infosense (Australia)
Raimon Colomer, (Spain)
caludio consonni, (Italy)
Norman Constantine, (United States)
Danese Cooper, Open Source Initiative (United States)
Deborah Cordier, University of South Florida (United States)
Paulo Cesar Coronado Sanchez, Universidad Distrital Franc¡sco Jose de Caldas (Colombia)
Armando Cortes, Universidad de Barcelona (Spain)
Paul N. Courant, University of Michigan (United States)
Janella Coyne, The Grange Primary School (South Africa)
Benjamin Crowell, Fullerton College (United States)
Orsi Cseh, Open Society Institute (Hungary)
William Cundfif, Wm.Cundiff @ Associates, Inc. (United States)
Darius Cuplinskas, Open Society Institute (United Kingdom)
Mark Curcher, Dubai Men's College (United Arab Emirates)
Ted Curran, (United States)
Patrick Curtain, (United States)
Amanda Curtin, Duke University (United States)
bernard custodio, (Philippines)
Reuben Cutfield, University of Auckland (New Zealand (Aotearoa))
Laura Czerniewicz, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Rafał Czopa, (Poland)
Augusto da Silva Costa, (Brazil)
snezana dabic, nmit (Australia)
Andrew Dalgliesh, (Australia)
James Dalziel, LAMS Foundation (Australia)
Marcio Damasceno do Vale, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Rafik Dammak, (Tunisia)
Popa Dan, Univ. din Bacau - Ro/Haskell Group (Romania)
Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning (COL) (Canada)
Dennis Dantic, PEOI (Philippines)
Tanto Darmodihardjo, Brilliant Youth For Indonesia (Indonesia)
Satarupa Das Majumder, (India)
Farhad Dastur, Kwantlen Polytechnic University (Canada)
Mark Davenport, Rice Universtiy (United States)
Winston Davids, (South Africa)
Jefferson Davis, (United States)
Rehana Dawood, UWC (South Africa)
Yvonne Dawydiak, SSD#36; University of British Columbia (Canada)
Silvia Díaz, CENLEX Santo Tomás, Instituto Politécnico Nacional (Mexico)
Jorge Díaz Bes, (Spain)
iran de brito, UNIFAP (Brazil)
Augustinus De Bruyn, Freelance illustrator (South Africa)
Kerry de Hart, OER Specialist Unisa (South Africa)
Augusta de Jager, EMC Fet College (South Africa)
Grace De Man, (South Africa)
Winnie de Pass, (South Africa)
Ignatia/Inge de Waard, Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium)
Willy de Waard, (Belgium)
Andrew Deacon, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Lea Dean, None (United Kingdom)
Meliksenay Debas, Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia)
Maciej Debinski, (Poland)
Krzysztof Dec, (Poland)
Courtney DeCarlucci, Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (United States)
Diana Deen, University of Kentucky (United States)
Jeffrey DeGlopper, Milwaukee Academy of Science (United States)
Markus Deimann, FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany)
Anne-Marie Deitering, Oregon State University (United States)
Katy Del Castillo, Ingles Jujuy Institute (Argentina)
Luisana Del Valle, UNEFA (Venezuela)
Antonio Delgado, (Puerto Rico)
Veronique Delouille, Royal Observatory of Belgium (Belgium)
Tracy Dembicki, (Canada)
Richard DeMillo, Georgia Tech (United States)
Jennifer Demmer, Lightbrary Development Solutions (South Africa)
e anthony DeMorizi MD, samana medicine (United States)
Tracey Dennis, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Emily DePalma, SNHU (United States)
Tomasz Deręgowski, (Poland)
Florian Detig, (Germany)
Monica DeTure, Auburn University (United States)
Nellie Deutsch, (Israel)
Florence Devouard, On behalf of Wikimedia Foundation (France)
David Dewane, Rice University (United States)
Saadick Dhansay, (South Africa)
Ramu Dhara, The New School University (United States)
Ajay Dhiman, CGC (India)
Utpal Dholakia, Rice University (United States)
Ina Dhont, (South Africa)
Ina Dhont, (South Africa)
Nando Di Febo, (Italy)
Fábio Dias, (Portugal)
Barbara Dieu, (Brazil)
Barbara Dieu, (Brazil)
Kathleen Diga, University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)
Vic Divecha, University of Michigan School of Public Health (United States)
Minh Do, Vietnam OpenCourseWare Program (Viet Nam)
Tomasz Dobosz, Politechnika Gdańska (Poland)
Nicholas Doiron, (United States)
Stefan Dolge, Attac Essen (Germany)
Ian Dolphin, Sakai and JASIG Foundations (United Kingdom)
Daniel Dominguez Figaredo, UNED (Spain)
Piotr Domirski, Politechnika Śląska (Poland)
Jonan Donaldson, Western Oregon University (United States)
Dan Dorina, G.P.N.Nr.15 (Romania)
Judy Dorr, Boothbay Region Elementary School (United States)
Miguel dos Santos, (South Africa)
Claire Dougan, (United States)
Martin Dougiamas, Moodle (Australia)
Rupert Douglas-Bate, (United Kingdom)
Karl-Friedrich Dr. Niemeyer, (Germany)
Helena Draganik, University of Gdańsk (Poland)
Michèle Drechsler, Education Nationale (France)
Marco Duarte, Rice University (United States)
Dave Duarte, Huddlemind (South Africa)
Sayali Dubash, e-B.Ed (India)
Hank Duderstadt, East Bay ROP (United States)
Hank Duderstadt, Alameda Oakland ROP (United States)
duerxxdzia duerxxdzia, jdGCwRmw (Israel)
Fr. Robert Dueweke, OSA, Tepeyac Institute (United States)
Kinga Dunin, (Poland)
Jean-François Dupras, Commission scolaire de la Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles (CSSMI) (Canada)
Marcelo Duran, Fundación Evolución (Argentina)
Ariel Dutra Birnkott, Perestroika (Brazil)
Dutta Shree Duwadi, (Nepal)
Ireneusz Dybczyński, (Poland)
Rodene Dye, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)
Maryanne Dyson, (South Africa)
Samuel Dzever Tion, University of Agriculture PMB 2373 (Nigeria)
Sergiusz Dzierzgowski, Warsaw Technical University (Poland)
Joanna Dębska, (Poland)
Фтвкун Ьудфырутлщ, Institute of Cybernetics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)
кузнецов максим, (Russian Federation)
Arun Eapen, Red Hat (India)
Jennifer Easter, (Canada)
David Eaves, Eaves Consulting (Canada)
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Geneviève Lefebvre, International Development Research Centre - IDRC - (Canada)
Sanda Lefteriu, Rice University (United States)
Neal Legler, Utah State University (United States)
Teemu Leinonen, Media Lab, University of Art and Design Helsinki (Finland)
Robert Lenard, (Poland)
Kim Leo, Chengdu University of Information Technology (China)
Flavio Lepanto, Gobierno de la Provincia de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Jerry leroux, university of zululand (South Africa)
Claire Leroy-Berna, (France)
Lawrence Lessig, Creative Commons (United States)
Bunny Lester, Fundraising consultant (United States)
Guy Levi, Center for Educational Technology (Israel)
Sharon Levin, University of Maryland University College (United States)
Peter Levy, Curriki (United States)
Carolyn Levy RN, Jewish Home of EPA (United States)
Weina Li, (China)
Piotr Libaa, (Poland)
Prof. Dr. Ralf Liedtke, University of Bamberg (Germany)
Chen Ligang, (China)
Johnson Lim, (Indonesia)
Edilma Lima, Universidade Estadual do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
Ravi Limaye, NITTTR (India)
Barbara Lindsey, University of Connecticut (United States)
Matt Lingard, LSE (United Kingdom)
Marcus A. Link, THREE D SERVICES | Marcus A. Link (Germany)
Andreas Link, Learning Agency Network (Belgium)
Ralf Lippold, LockSchuppen - FutureLab2056 - SingularAcademy - CollabSpace (Germany)
Jaroslaw Lipszyc, Fundacja Nowoczesna Polska (Poland)
Paola Lira, Cultura Libre (Peru)
Jodi Lis, (United States)
Piotr Lissewski, UAM (Poland)
Alexander List, (Switzerland)
ming liu, zhongnan university of ecomonic and law (China)

The full list of individual signatories is here. You can also view lists of organizational signatores and the participants in the Cape Town meeting, who were the first signatories to the Declaration.

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