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IFLA Copyright & Libraries - Ruth Okediji - 0 views

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    Libraries advocate for copyright frameworks that balance the rights of users and creators. They play a vital role in the debate on international copyright. Stressing this point, Professor Ruth Okediji from the University of Minnesota Law School discussed in her presentation how to adjust the role and the functions of libraries in the digital environment.
Kevin Stranack

Biohackers: The Politics of Open Science - 1 views

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    "Biohackers: The Politics of Open Science" from SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement.
danildintsis

Camtasia studio - 0 views

i often implement Camtasia studio for creating video lectures: http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html They provide 30-day trial. A lot of options to manage video for internal use, stream video SD a...

module5 video recording

started by danildintsis on 06 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
AJ Williams

WeVideo | Free Online Video Editor & Maker - 2 views

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    Collaborative video editing with different levels for entry-level editors to more advanced. A Chrome plugin allows you to edit video within the browser.
danildintsis

search resources for images, video - 3 views

i usually use the Bing for targeted search for my presentations, and other materials: http://www.bing.com/images http://www.bing.com/videos/ Usually i use integrated search in the MS Office apps-i....

image video module4

started by danildintsis on 27 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
maxmhm77

Kirby Ferguson: Embrace the remix | Talk Video | TED.com - 0 views

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    Embrace the remix ​https://www.ted.com/talks/kirby_ferguson_embrace_the_remix Nothing is original, says Kirby Ferguson, creator of Everything is a Remix. From Bob Dylan to Steve Jobs, he says our most celebrated creators borrow, steal and transform.
AJ Williams

Freeplay Music | Welcome | The best music library on the planet! - 5 views

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    A very large library of music for video and other projects. It appears that they are changing their model a bit but still offer free licenses for YouTube projects and some student projects. Other uses will have a fee associated. The quality of music is very high and I have used this site a good deal in the past for student work.
aleksandraxhamo

CLTV - Video Games and 21st Century Literacy - 9/11/2014 - YouTube - 2 views

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    "CLTV - Video Games and 21st Century Literacy - 9/11/2014"
kamrannaim

Salman Khan flips the classroom using technology - 7 views

Khan Academy has done some good work, but I certainly do not believe it is the solution to the nation's problems in education. A critique, by Karim Kai Ani, considers the videos to be poor, as well...

https:__www.youtube.com_watch?v=nTFEUsudhfs open access technology video

hoanganh294

Keren Elazari: Hackers: the Internet's immune system - 1 views

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    This 17-minute video puts hackers into some interesting perspectives as Keren Elazari explains why we will need hackers more than we do right now in the era of information. And what I love is that this presentation is executed in an easy and straightforward way for beginners like me to get some new notions, just as any other TEDtalk
luispain

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz : Brian Knappenberger : Free Download... - 7 views

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    The story of Aaron Swartz, incredible programmer and activist for internet rights, open access and open knowledge. Good documentary to learn a little more about the open access movement, see some important figures (Tim Berners-Lee, Lawrence Lessig, etc.) and the fight against the SOPA bill. A big part of the movie is about his personal life and legal battle over copyright infringement. Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
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    I saw it a couple of weeks ago. It is a heart-rending story, very well put together. The issues it raises are very serious, and the cost of losing such a brilliant young genius to the world is immeasurable. It is a wake up call of magnitude. Thanks for posting this link.
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    It's such an informative and well-made documentary. After watching it I was so excited to know more about Open Access, which is one of the reasons I attend this online course. Thanks for sharing.
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    Wow, this documentary can really have an effect, it's heartwarming to hear that the topic of this documentary is one of the reason you took this course! At the end of the movie I was half angry at the unjust prosecution of Swartz and the injustices on the access to knowledge and half uplifted, motivated to get more active on OA, OK and internet rights.
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    Although my interest was sparked by great open source projects, like R and PLOS, this documentary was a great inspiration a few weeks ago to relight that flame and join this course. Great to see how Aaron Schwartz still continues to be of inspiration to the open source community. Now and then I also love to go back reading stuff from his blog, e.g. his view on how to be productive (http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/productivity)
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    I've been meaning to watch this for ages, thank you for bringing it to my attention again.
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    Gonna drop the academic personna for a sec and say it just makes me so mad and so sad what happened to him.
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    This was a great video! I enjoyed it very much and it was very touching. thank you for posting. @smoens - awesome blog too. thank you for the link.
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    For the Copyright section I recommend to watch this documentary: The Internet's Own Boy depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist Aaron Swartz. It features interviews with his family and friends as well as the internet luminaries who worked with him.
Kevin Stranack

Joi Ito, Chris Dibona, John Seely Brown, Larry Lessig, Yochai Benkler - YouTube - 1 views

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    "The first 30 minutes of a panel that included Joi Ito, Chris Dibona, John Seely Brown, Larry Lessig, Yochai Benkler talking about openness at Joi's inaugural sponsor's meeting as the new director of the Media Lab"
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    Here there is another Joi Ito interesting video about Openness and crative commons (I liked it specially as it was recorded in Spain :) The Power of Open. Joichi Ito http://youtu.be/LcXV__aKSP8
Kevin Stranack

The Benefits of Open Access by Alma Swan - YouTube - 0 views

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    "A Bournemouth University Open Access Event presented on 7th May 2014 by Alma Swan"
lauren_maggio

Rebirth Of Science : Bernard Rentier at TEDx Liege - YouTube - 2 views

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    I love the idea that progress and science being based on communication. Often the idea that I have in my mind is a scientist working alone, and that is never truly how the great break-throughs come, but rather from building on the science that we have learned about previously. I still have a problem with the Author Pay part of Open Access publishing, and it seems like it is not actually "Open" if you have to pay to play. The Utopic Version is really the way that I think of "Open" publishing even with all the pit falls of finding the Utopia. I like the rebirth by giving the onus to the reader to review, and that is a model that works as seen by Wikipedia, because people are willing to aid progress with out conventional compensation. I understand all of the problems with this, but I love the possibility.
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