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OER Research Hub: Ethics manual
Farrow, Rob and Pitt, Beck

PublishedApril 2013
PeriodicalPages 1-11
PublisherOER Research Hub, The Open University

ABSTRACT
The OERRH Ethics Manual provides an overview of ethical issues that arise in research and offers strategies for best practice. It discusses some of the particular challenges for openness in research, including confidentiality of data, implications for dissemination strategies, and discusses some of the challenges that may be brought about specifically by ‘working in the the open’.

Keywords anonymised data · data storage · OER ethics · OER policy · risk assessment

RefereedYes
Rightsby/3.0
URLhttp://oerresearchhub.org/about-2/reports/oerrh-ethics-manual/
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