This podcast is a recording of a presentation by Karen Fasimpaur about OER (Open Educational Resources) and open content licensing options at the NCCE 2008 conference in Seattle, Washington. The program description of Karen’s session was: Learning should be free and accessible to everyone! Come learn about how the Open Educational Resources movement is reshaping education. We’ll look at Open Source tools, repositories of free textbooks, images, videos, music, lessons, and more. You’ll learn how to access these and contribute your own resources so others can benefit.
- Karen’s wiki (website) including all slides and references from this presentation
- My text notes from this session
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