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Notes from expert meeting on open educational resources
OECD–CERI [corporate]

PublishedFebruary 2006
PeriodicalPages 1-7
PublisherOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
CountrySweden, Europe

ABSTRACT
As a part of the CERI project on Open Educational Resources (OER) an expert meeting was jointly organised by CERI and the Swedish Knowledge Foundation arranged in Malmö, Sweden. It was a workshop like meeting with 21 participants, centred on:
Session one: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND LICENSES FOR OPEN CONTENT
Session two: DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS IN THE FIELD OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL
RESOURCE
Session three: ARGUMENTS FOR INSTITUTIONAL PARTICIPATION IN OE
Session four: MODELS FOR SUSTAINABLE OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

Keywords sustainability · institutional policy · licences · Creative Commons · intellectual property rights

Published atMalmö
Languageeng
URLhttp://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/12/46/36162143.pdf
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