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Video, education and open content: Notes toward a new research and action agenda
Kaufman, Peter B.

PublishedApril 2007
JournalFirst Monday
Volume 12, Issue Number 4 — 2 April 2007

ABSTRACT
This paper puts forward some ideas about the new energies now visible at the intersection of moving images, education, and open content. It provides an outline for a strategic research and action agenda for the academy, librarians, curators, producers, distributors, and others stakeholders — including those focused on open content — in this curious age of YouTube.

Keywords action agenda · archives · global trends · open content · YouTube

ISSN13960466
RefereedYes
Rights© First Monday, 1995-2013
DOI10.5210%2Ffm.v12i4.1767
URLhttp://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/1767/1647
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