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Open education, copyright and open licensing in a digital world
OE Global [corporate]

Translated titleÉducation ouverte, droit d’auteur et licences ouvertes Creative Commons dans un monde numérique
Published2021
CourseOpen education, copyright and open licensing in a digital world
PublisherOERu, l’Université Numérique

ABSTRACT
Open education, copyright and open licensing in a digital world (LiDA103) is one of four micro-courses for the Learning in a Digital age course. In this micro-course you will learn how to harness the potential of open education in pursuit of your own learning goals while adhering to the requirements of copyright in a digital world.

ABSTRACT
Le cours Éducation ouverte, droit d’auteur et licences ouvertes Creative Commons dans un monde numérique (LiDA103) est l’un des quatre cours qui composent la formation intitulée Apprendre à l’ère du numérique. Tout au long de ce cours, vous apprendrez à exploiter le potentiel qu’offre l’éducation ouverte pour réaliser vos propres objectifs d’apprentissage, tout en respectant les obligations liées au droit d’auteur dans un monde numérique.


LanguageEnglish, French
RightsCC BY-SA
URLhttps://course.oeru.org/lida103/
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