Open Educational Resources and Intellectual Property Rights

McAndrew, Patrick and Cropper, Karen (2011). Open Educational Resources and Intellectual Property Rights. Policy Briefs; UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education, Moscow, Russia.



Open Educational Resources (OER) are starting to have impact in influencing those that are planning educational policy as governments look for ways to meet ambitious targets at lower costs and also altering the way institutions can collaborate by making it much easier to share content. OER also have the potential to support more informal ways to learn that might mean new opportunities in working with learners or the need for existing providers of education to change their approaches.

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