[Open-access] New book chapter on Open Licensing in the context of academia (OER's)
R Mounce OKF
ross.mounce at okfn.org
Tue Jul 16 10:31:49 UTC 2013
I've tweeted this out a few times now, but I thought I'd also share this
with the mailing list.
Thanks to this blog from the OA team at Oxford Uni:
I've become aware of another published article explaining the history and
practicalities of creative commons licences published in a recent (2013)
book called: Perspectives on Open and Distance Learning: Open Educational
Resources: Innovation, Research and Practice
openly available from here:
I've cut the open book PDF down to just Norm Friesen's chapter 6 'Realising
the Open in Open Educational Resources: Practical Concerns and Solutions'
here if you want to read it right away...
(all perfectly legal thanks to the CC BY-SA licence the book is published
It's great to have more third-party reviewed evidence in support of the use
of CC BY for published academic materials whether OER or publications.
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