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What is open-source?
Open education is a globally valued philosophy and practice​. It positively impacts the way we produce, share, and build on knowledge. At SEED we believe, that everyone in the world should have access to higher education, richer experiences and shared resources. The open-source infrastructure eliminates barriers to this goal. Such barriers include high monetary costs, outdated practices and obsolete social norms, that prevent exchange and equity among scholars, students and educators.

Online and residency?
As an institution, SEED was created keeping in mind the real and the virtual - as two distinct co-existing entities. Online we offer modules, based on Ecology, Music and Autonomy to all members post sign-up.​ ​The residency (once a year) will host up to 30 participants and a group of facilitators.  In both cases, the learning experience is modular in nature, where you decide and determine what is important for you. Read more about SEED Online and Residency.
Who is eligible?
Any person above the age of 18 is eligible to sign-up and participate.
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Why Ecology, Music and Autonomy?
These three disciplines are interconnected. Each discipline impacts our ability to lead better and richer lives. Also as diverse practices and careers. Weaving together as a living system, which is sustainable, rewarding and commonly shared.

Is it free?
Yes. The online version of SEED is free (open-source). The sign-up permits use, study and distribution of our content. The residency involves a selection process and a small participation fee (maximum capacity 30 individuals).

Formation and funding?

SEED was created by Applied Sound and Ecology in 2021. A start-up which utilizes community resources, open-source intelligence and international networks. Individual potentiality is our true wealth.

Sources of knowledge?
The content has been created by a group of scientists, practitioners and professionals, engaged in Ecology, Music and Autonomy. Some of the eminent sources of peer-reviewed information include United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Earth System Governance Project, Stanford Online, Club Of Rome, Donella Meadows Institute,​ ​Deep Green Resistance, Jem Bendell (Deep Adaptation), Carbon Brief, Blockchain-Council, Code Opinion, Polis, MIT Music Labs, IRCAM, Music Radar, Ableton Live, ResearchGate, DailyCoin, TechBoomer, The Wire etc. We also compile existing content by​ ​researchers, scientists, activists, artists, digital developers and innovators engaged in the above three disciplines.

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