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To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a ten-item OER “Fact Sheet” with actionable and interesting data about OER and its latest...
Last September, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), representing “major organizations such as Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Mozilla, Apple, Adobe,” published specifications for Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) and recommended its adoption as a modern web standard. According to the...
IOMAD 3.1 - the open source multi tenancy solution for Moodle, owned and managed by the Scotland Moodle Partner - eLearn Design is now available for download. IOMAD is a custom derivative of Moodle which is mainly focused for...
How is the current penetration of Open Educational Resources (OER) in the US higher education market? Which factors influence faculty choice of required course materials? What have been successful and unsuccessful strategies to increase OER penetration in campuses across...
How "Open" are MOOCs? Academics have expressed concerns about some of the access deterrents they include. Paywalls and copyright protection may stand at odds with ideas about open learning. Open content by universities often gets caught in the property of commercial...
PBS TeacherLine deploys open source course management system for its online professional development courses to provide more flexibility to schools licensing content Big news in the world of online professional development for teachers.  PBS's TeacherLine, a provider of technical...