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Why openness in education?
Wiley, David and Green, Cable

PublishedMay 2012
PeriodicalChapter 6, Pages 81-89
PublisherGame changers: Education and information technologies, Educause
EditorOblinger, Diana

ABSTRACT
In this chapter, we explore a number of ways openness affects the practices of teaching and learning and the motivations behind supporters of these emergent practices. We discuss the three principal influences of openness on education: open educational resources, open access, and open teaching.

Keywords 4R · copyright · fair use · Open Educational Resources

ISSN978-1-933046-00-6
RefereedYes
Rightsby/3.0
URLhttps://library.educause.edu/resources/2012/5/chapter-6-why-openness-in-education
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