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OERs by Mind Map: OERs

1. Sources

1.1. JORUM

1.1.1. Could and should OER replace educators Chirs Coetzee S Korea Secondary Ed Historian OER will dominate ed future New node Design Accessibility Accreditation structure (CVs etc)

1.2. OER Commons

1.3. MIT OCW

1.4. Connexions

1.5. Open Learning Intitiative

1.5.1. Largest in Europe

1.6. OpenLearn

1.6.1. LearningSpace

1.6.2. LabSpace

1.7. MERLOT Multimedia Educational Resource for Online Learning and Teaching

1.8. Commonwealth of Learning

1.8.1. See Sir John Daniel's speech

1.9. WikiEducator

1.10. ITunesU

1.10.1. But what about all the learners excluded by the technology?

1.10.2. This is a sales driver! Unless use the app only?

1.11. China Open Resources for Education (CORRE)

1.11.1. Free and easy access to global educational resources

1.12. Flatworld knowledge

2. IPR

2.1. Strategic Content Alliance

2.1.1. Members JISC British Library BBC Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) Wellcome Trust

2.1.2. Correct IPR and Licensing .. IF not content stays in individually 'branded' silos Bound in different licensing regimes No full benefit from the public investment in initiatives Lack of participation in 'Digital Britain'

2.2. SCA Licensing Toolkit

2.2.1. Open content licences, such as Creative Commons licences where permission to use the content are pre-determined in advance and normally facilitate less restrictive uses of content. You can find out more about Creative Commons Licences in the Creative Commons Learning Object 1 9/20

2.3. IPR Diagnostic Tool

2.4. Creative Commons UK (CC)

2.5. Others

2.5.1. GNU Free Documentation License

2.5.2. Design Science License

2.5.3. Free Art License

2.5.4. FreeBSD Documentation License

2.5.5. Open Content License

2.5.6. Open Gaming License

2.5.7. Open Publication License

2.5.8. WTFPL