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- 5Guy, Julia
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- 3Sheppard, Adrian
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- 4LIS 598 - Information Policy - Winter 2017
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Biting off as much (or maybe more) than you can chew: Insights form managing the an OER project from Opening Up Copyright
Biting off as much (or maybe more) than you can chew: Insights form managing the an OER project from Opening Up CopyrightDownload
The University of Alberta is developing an open educational resource series on copyright (Opening Up Copyright Instructional Modules) that aims to develop and enhance copyright literacy in Canada. While the project is supported by a diverse number of individuals and offices on campus and has...
Broadening Access to Knowledge: Considerations in Developing and Using Open Educational Resources (OER)
Broadening Access to Knowledge: Considerations in Developing and Using Open Educational Resources (OER)Download
Open Educational Resources (OERs) have the potential to enhance education across the globe by facilitating the sharing, reuse and adaptation of learning materials. The range of materials that constitute OERs is quite broad covering lecture materials, textbooks and entire courses at every level...
Choices and Consequences in Transitioning from Closed to Open Resources and Courses
This presentation examines the continuum from closed to open for both open educational resources in general and open courses. The presentation evaluates what instructional choices are needed to increase openness. In this regard the presentation will identify not only how to move resources and...
Copyright OER as Open Education Enabler
Concerns over copyright issues can present a practical barrier to open educational resource (OER) use and adoption. The proposed presentation provides a case study of the University of Alberta’s Opening Up Copyright (OUC) instructional module series and discusses how the series improves access to...
Design vs. Pedagogical Considerations for OERs
This presentation examines the tension between design principles for Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the pedagogical needs for class/course materials. Designing OERs for maximal use requires considering several facets including intellectual property concerns, considerations for...
Design, demonstration and discussion of Opening Up Copyright
The University of Alberta’s (U of A) Copyright OER project, funded through a Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund grant, aims to develop a series of OER tutorials for use in graduate courses within the Faculty of Education and to be available for adoption...
Increasingly Unambitious: A Thematic Analysis of Canadian Broadband Policy and Programs
This paper provides a thematic analysis of federal and provincial broadband programs and policies in Canada from 1995 to 2015. The analysis reveals that programs are becoming increasingly unambitious with regard to increasing broadband availability and the speeds at which broadband service must...
This paper examines Industry Canada consultations on spectrum management from 2008-2012. Using post-revisionist regulatory theory, the paper aims to examine the degree of regulatory capture at Industry Canada. It provides a brief statistical analysis of the consultations and examines two case...