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This webpage tracks developments and provides information about the use of Creative Commons licences in the education sector in Australia.
Education is one of the fields in which Creative Commons can be of most use. It provides a source of (legal) materials for reuse by teachers and students; a tool for sharing your materials with other educators and schools; and a good way of teaching people about copyright in a positive way, focusing on what you can do rather than what you can't.
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Category Archives: Education
The 2012 World Open Educational Resources (OER) Congress was hosted by UNESCO in Paris, on 20-22 June 2012. In addition to showcasing the world’s best practices in OER policies, initiatives and experts and celebrating the 10th anniversary of the 2002 … Continue reading
Creative Commons has been running a video competition to solicit high quality videos that explain what Open Educational Resources are and why they are important for teachers, students, and schools everywhere. The competition submission period closed 5 June. 1st and … Continue reading
The UNESCO World OER Congress is being held in Paris, 20-22 June 2012. The Congress aims to lead the debate on the development of OERs worldwide, with the participation and support of global governments, educators, NGOs and prominent universities such … Continue reading
The Adapt project, which aims to create a repository of OER to enhance learning and teaching in Adaptation studies, has recently launched its new website. Project partners will be able to share learning and teaching materials across the disciplines in … Continue reading
To celebrate 10 years since UNESCO coined the term “Open Educational Resources”, the OER Foundation is hosting a free online training workshop on OERs, Copyright and Creative Commons licensing. When: 20 June – 3 July 2012 (to coincide with the UNESCO … Continue reading