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Reuse – copy verbatim // Redistribute – share with others // Revise – adapt and edit // Remix – combine with others  // Retain - make, own, and control copies
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Dave Barr: Models of Sustainability for OER

Dave Barr: Models of Sustainability for OER | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

All OER have a life cycle: creation, publishing, repeated revision and reuse, senescence, death. Much effort and many resources have been expended on the creation and publishing of OER. The actual value of such resources, however, depends largely on the extent to which repeated revision and reuse can be sustained before the inevitable onset of senescence and death. The issue of sustainability is largely one of resources, and is a topic of considerable interest in the field of open education.

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CCCOER webinar Nov 13 - MOOCs: An Evolving Model of Curriculum Delivery and Assessment

CCCOER webinar Nov 13 - MOOCs: An Evolving Model of Curriculum Delivery and Assessment | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

"Please join us Tuesday, November 13, 1:00 pm Eastern for a webinar on Massively Online Open Courses (MOOCs).  MOOCs have been a hot topic in the higher education blogosphere for the last year but how do you separate the factfrom the fiction and should your college be participating in the latest trend for online content delivery and credentialing of student learning."

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Articles: A MOOC with a Working Business Model (UnCollege.org)

Articles: A MOOC with a Working Business Model (UnCollege.org) | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

With learners in every country worldwide, ALISON’s business model might suggest where others might go to in time; it is supported by advertisements. After all, if advertising can support the development of radio and television, why not education?

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