OER are materials licensed in such a way as to allow free access and use by anyone in the world. The internet has already spawned a philosophy of “sharism” and now a global movement in OER is underway. Individuals and institutions the world over are acting in the belief that a better educated population is of benefit to everyone.
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Posted September 13th, 2011 in Curtin Teaching and Learning
Posted September 12th, 2011 in Researching the Information Commons Group
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While we gear up for the CC Global Summit that is [...]
Posted August 26th, 2010 in Researching the Information Commons Group
Creative Commons Roadshow 2010 – Perth
Thursday, September 2 · 10:00am – 3:30pm
Location State Library of Western Australia
Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth
Creative Commons Australia invites you to our national conference 2.0. In the past we have held national conferences in Brisbane, where we are headquartered. This year we are taking ccAustralia to a city [...]
Posted January 12th, 2010 in Centre for Research in Art Science and Humanity
2010 International Conference on the Arts in Society
Where: University of Sydney
When: 22-25 July 2010
Paper submission deadline: 14 January 2010
What: full and virtual conference papers for fully refereed journal The International Journal of the Arts in Society. Papers submitted for publication will be fully refereed through a peer review process. The publication decision is based on the referees’ reports. [...]