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DERN - Digital Education Research Network - 0 views

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    DERN is a network for, leaders, researchers and educators interested in the use of digital technologies for learning. Users of DERN may have an interest in ICT, media, pedagogy, emerging technologies and related areas and are probably well briefed in the area of elearning research, as well as scholars seeking details about what research has been done, possibly for their own research purposes.
Grant Potter

Crack the Coursepack - 0 views

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    How does copyright regulate the movement of ideas in universities today? How much do we pay for acquiring knowledge, and to whom? What are alternatives to the coursepack, the traditional means of giving students course materials? This series of five comics explore these questions and more.
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The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning - 0 views

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    A refereed e-journal to advance research, theory, and practice in open and distance learning worldwide.
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Theory and Practice of Online Learning - 0 views

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    By: Terry Anderson
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Athabasca University Press - 0 views

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    AU Press is the centre of scholarly publishing expertise for Athabasca University, Canada's Open University. It is the first scholarly press to be established by a Canadian university in the twenty-first century. We are dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge and research through open access digital journals and monographs, as well as through new electronic media.
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Free Knowledge Project - 0 views

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    Podcasts from Anthropology and Canadian Studies classes in downtown Victoria with aim to develop entirely free sets of curricula that are generated by and through community conversation.
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Open Educational Resources and the Role of the University - 0 views

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    Colleges and universities have no reason to view OER as a threat. On the contrary, OER can help institutions provide higher education to rapidly increasing numbers of students and lifelong learners. Traditional colleges and universities, with their experience and reputation, are in a good position to further develop online teaching, testing, learning communities, and certification. Those that produce high-quality knowledge, teaching, and students have little to fear, and much to gain, from Open Educational Resources.
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