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Creating and sharing Open Educational Resources
Harmon, James · Kapeller, Doug · Mika, Joshua · Seng, Bill · Wymann, Lovey · Hirst, Adrian · Abad, Gabriel · Adam, Anna · Mowers, Helen · Bretschneider, Jochen

PublishedMarch 2013
Type of workiTunesU Course (iOS)
PublisherApple Distinguished Educators

ABSTRACT
This collection/course in Itunes U includes multi-touch books for the iOS/iTunesU platform, as well as reviews of apps for creating OER and discussions and tutorials regarding OER topics.

Keywords copyright · Creative Commons · fair use · iTunes · iTunesU · metadata · OER · Open Educational Resources · tagging

Published atiTunesU
LanguageEnglish
URLhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/course/creating-sharing-open-educational/id628465448
Export optionsBibTex · EndNote · Tagged XML · Google Scholar


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