Category Archives: OERu

Elements of digital citizenship (OERu peer evaluation post)

This blog post is published in response to Activity 4.1 of OCL4Ed 14.06 to assist with the testing of  the alpha software release of the peer evaluation development under the OERu’s Google Summer of Code project. The resultant materials will be re-used as one … Continue reading

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Copyright MCQ example (OERu peer evaluation post)

This blog post is published in response to Activity 3.1 of OCL4Ed 14.06 to assist with the testing of  the alpha software release of the peer evaluation development under the OERu’s Google Summer of Code project.  The resultant multiple choice questions … Continue reading

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OCL4Ed 14.02 – “Living is easy with eyes closed”

Copyright in a digital world is complex. There is an inherent risk in our  OCL4Ed course that our study of copyright may confuse rather than clarify at the expense of helping educators understand the benefits of Creative Commons while navigating … Continue reading

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Responding to OCL4Ed 14.02 queries

The OCL4Ed session on Copyright, that is, your educational rights to copy has generated a good number of questions from the participants.  I decided to prepare a blog response to selected questions so as to keep the answers together for the … Continue reading

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OCL4Ed 14.02 reaches 50+ countries

Open Content Licensing for Educators (OCL4Ed) continues to demonstrate its international reach with participants from more than 50 countries signing up to learn more about OERs, copyright and Creative Commons. OCL4Ed 14.02 is the sixth instance of this open online … Continue reading

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