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Digital Literacies, Open Educational Resources (OER) & Open Badges

Talk to: Information Futures, Post Graduate Students at Manchester Metropolitan University, 26 March 2014

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How to start an Open Access journal

How to start an Open Access journal | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it
This post is written by Karina Quinn, a scholarly and creative writer working in queer theory, fictocriticism, and post-structuralist and feminist theories of the body, subjectivity, and self. She ...

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List of Open Educational Resources Websites

List of Open Educational Resources Websites | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it
This page provides an annotated list of websites with OER (Open Educational Resources) for education teaching materials. It is not a definitive list - please let us know of sites that you think should...

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A good source of Open Educational Resources

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CC BY: what does it mean for scholarly articles?

CC BY: what does it mean for scholarly articles? | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it
The Creative Commons licencing framework, favoured by RCUK, is a popular strategy to allow scholarly material to be made publicly accessible whilst also allowing an author to retain copyright of hi...

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Fair Dealing exceptions covering activities such as teaching, setting examinations and news reporting. Do people always check whether their particular purpose falls under fair dealing exceptions when extracting large chunks of information from scholarly works?

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