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International Workshop ‘Open Educational Resources and Intellectual Property Rights’, May 31 – June 1 2011, Moscow, Russia

OER and IPR logo The ‘Open Educational Resources and Intellectual Property Rights’ (OER & IPR) workshop organized by UNESCO IITE and UNESCO Moscow at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics brought together individuals specializing in the area of open education, OER, copyright, free licenses and policy-making in CIS as well as globally, ai

New FREE UNU Book: ‘The Why and How of Open Education - With lessons from the openSE and openED Projects’

This UNU Book on ‘The Why and How of Open Education’ is an introduction to Open Education (OE), giving practical guidance on the design and delivery of OE courses while wrestling with theoretical considerations of this new and emerging domain. Educators are the main targets, but it will also be relevant to policy makers, senior education managers and the learning industry as a whole.

TAKE IT OR TEACH IT: FREE openED Course on Business & Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 world (2nd ed.) starting April 26!!!

The openED course on “Business and Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 world” will start on April 26th 2011 in its 2nd edition!
 
openED is a FREE/OPEN course targeting business students and practitioners alike. The course consists of 10 modules allowing participants to choose the individual modules they are interested in. This is to say that you can either take all of the 10 modules, or just those ones that you are interested at.
 

Registration now open for our Free/Open Course on Business and Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 World!

It took quite some efforts, and some things still need to be finalized, but we are glad to announce that the registrations are now open for our Free/Open Course on Business and Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 World, scheduled to start on November 1st. 

A wealth of knowledge in 272 languages: More so, an experiment in engaging with lifelong and open learning - Interviewing Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia and its role in the world of OERs

On 15 January 2001 Wikipedia contained the words ‘Hello World!' posted by its founder Jimmy Wales. Nine years on, the site has grown rapidly to contain over 14,000,000 articles in more than 272 languages and to become one the Web’s top ten sites.

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