Digging Deeper into University Opposition to Open Educational Resources (OER)

Posted by: on February 4, 2016   |Comments (0)|Open Educational Resources

Recently Elliot Harmon from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) contributed a post to EFF’s blog. Harmon explores the university opposition to open educational resources paradox: “… universities’ opposition to open licensing has nothing to do with students’ access to educational resources. What’s really playing out is a longstanding fight over how universities use patents—more specifically, software patents. Open education just happens to be caught in the crossfire.”

For Harmon’s complete analysis, read “Why Are Universities Fighting Open Education?

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Posted by: on February 4, 2016   |Comments (0)|Open Educational Resources