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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...
Joint presentation by Scott Day (MacEwan University) and Amanda Wakaruk (University of Alberta) at the 2017 NEOS Miniconference. Presentation abstract: A refresher on copyright basics followed by an overview of what library employees should know about the upcoming parliamentary review of...
Copyright Modernization Act : Bill C-11- Information Policy Implications on Canadian Academic LibrariesDownload
The article examines how information policies are expressed through governmental legislation such as the Copyright Modernization Act, also known as Bill - C11. Furthermore, the article evaluates the impact of Bill - C11 on Canadian academic libraries, under the scope of the Information Cycle,...
Copyright that encourages learning: Subject to a "customary price" or within copyright's "breathing space"?Download
Presented at the closing panel of Fair Dealing Week 2017 events hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.
Could it be a case of the emperor’s new clothes? Crown copyright and Canada’s commitment to open governmentDownload
This conference presentation provided an introduction to Crown copyright in Canada and addressed the advantages and disadvantages of keeping government information out of the public domain. Suggestions for modifying section 12 of the Copyright Act were offered in preparation for the upcoming...
Presentation slides from a talk given at the Alberta OER Summit on May 11, 2017 at the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta.