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Last October Owen Kelly and Stefan Sonvilla-Weiss organised the seventh
Recently came across AccessArt a charity committed to furthering the advancement o
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Dr. David Wiley is Associate Professor of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University.
Reuse arrows image please use for free zero license and PDF high res attached and is licensed under a CC0 1
The problem: Creative Commons licensed content is awesome, but attributing it properly can be difficult and confusing.
Pat Lockley has been developing an add-on for Firefox that, for example, allows you to check your Google hits for CC licences: this could be a really useful add-on in terms of OER users' search tec
This (updated paper, post conference) aims to encourage feedback and debate around issues of how we best identify and evaluate the most effectiv
Great resource recommended to me by sgonzalez my first search came up with a good video lecture on CC and open content - http://www.archive
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