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How Open is Your Open Content? 

UNESCO Global Open Educational Resources Logo. With this logo, what's not to like? Here's an interesting discussion of open educational resources (OER): Framing the Open Conversation – Branded Content & Fair Use Rolin, the author and Assistant Professor & Director of EdTech & Media at Seattle Pacific University, believes content should be remixable rather than merely accessible. …

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College Attorneys on Fair Use 

Some notes from attending the National Association of College and University Attorneys' Copyright and Fair Use: Codes of Best Practice in Higher Education webinar. Quotes from the webinar: "For college's, applying 'fair use' doctrine should be a case of risk management." "'Fair Use' is about gray areas. You should ask yourself: is it a gray area for the …

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An irony of scholarly attribution 

I have been thinking about the academic honesty issues for a while now. So far my best ideas are in my draft essay, Challenges on the Horizon for Scholarly Attribution (another Knol experiment). My interest in academic honesty came out of my exploration of the copyright wars, and my subsequent considerations of ownership in academic …

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Cheating is the pedagogy of the internet 

I ran across this fun and informative lecture by Jon Ippolito discussing various tensions between cultural production (in general) and the current culture of intellectual property law – where he introduces his idea that "cheating is the pedagogy of the internet." It's the written version of a lecture he gave at Columbia University a few …

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