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Student as producer and open educational resources: Enhancing learning through digital scholarship
Watling, Sue

PublishedJuly 2012
JournalThe Higher Education Academy
Pages 1-7
CountryUnited Kingdom, Europe

ABSTRACT
At the University of Lincoln, the student as producer agenda is seeking to disrupt consumer-based learning relationships by reinventing the undergraduate curriculum along the lines of research-engaged teaching. The open education movement, with its emphasis on creative commons and collaborative working practices, also disrupts traditional and formal campus-based education. This paper looks at the linkages between the Student as Producer project and the processes of embedding open educational practice at Lincoln. Both reinforce the need for digital scholarship and the prerequisite digital literacies that are essential for learning in a digital age.

Keywords Creative Commons · digital literacies · digital scholarship · open education · open educational resources · student as producer

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URLhttp://www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/detail/subjects/csap/eliss/ELISS_vol4_issue3_practicepaper6
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