Dealing with Legally Incompatible Content in OER

Last month, ccLearn published “Otherwise Open: Managing Incompatible Content in OER“. For those of you who never got around to reading the paper, it basically provides an overview of the problem posed by the incorporation of “all-rights-reserved” materials into otherwise open educational resources (OER). It also explores ways of dealing with this problem and the … Read More “Dealing with Legally Incompatible Content in OER”

Announcing ccLearn Productions—Recommendations, Explanations, and Step by Step Guides

ccLearn is constantly getting requests from people—teachers, heads of organizations, and people just curious about how it all works in general. (Open licensing in education? What purpose does that serve? How do I attach licenses to my resources anyway?) These requests are more for brief overviews and instructions than for long, detailed reports about the … Read More “Announcing ccLearn Productions—Recommendations, Explanations, and Step by Step Guides”

Announcing ccLearn Productions—Recommendations, Explanations, and Step by Step Guides

ccLearn is constantly getting requests from people—teachers, heads of organizations, and people just curious about how it all works in general. (Open licensing in education? What purpose does that serve? How do I attach licenses to my resources anyway?) These requests are more for brief overviews and instructions than for long, detailed reports about the … Read More “Announcing ccLearn Productions—Recommendations, Explanations, and Step by Step Guides”