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Type Title
Martin Weller - Exploring new ways of being open
Michael Feldstein - Open Source, Economics, and Higher Education
Pat Masson - Barriers to the Adoption of Open Source: Personal and Professional Observations
Pat Masson - Introduction - Barriers to the Adoption of Open Source: Personal and Professional Observations
Pat Masson - Summary - Barriers to the Adoption of Open Source: Personal and Professional Observations
Richard Wyles - Innovation for Education: OSS and Infrastructure for NZs Education System
Richard Wyles - Introduction - Innovation for Education: OSS and Infrastructure for NZ’s Education System
Richard Wyles - Summary - Innovation for Education: OSS and Infrastructure for NZ’s Education System
Rob Abel - Open Source and Open Standards
Ruth Sabean - Introduction - UCLA Selects Open Source Solution
Ruth Sabean - Summary - UCLA Selects Open Source Solution
Ruth Sabean Interview - Part 1 - UCLA Selects Open Source Solution
Ruth Sabean Interview - Part 2- UCLA Selects Open Source Solution
Steve Foerster - Fair Use as a Complement to Open Licensing
Stuart Sim - The Business of Open Source
Summary - Can OER Really Impact Higher Education and Human Development?
Summary - Content is Infrastructure
Summary - Educational Development at Otago Polytechnic
Summary - Embedding Student Expectations
Summary - Evolution to Education 3.0
Summary - Exploring new ways of being open
Summary - Fair Use as a Complement to Open Licensing
Summary - Leading a University Open Source Project
Summary - On Doing OER
Summary - Open Access Journal Literature is an Open Educational Resource
Summary - Open Source and Open Standards
Summary - Open Source, Economics, and Higher Education
Summary - Systems for Supportive Open Teaching
Summary - The Business of Open Source
Summary - The Role of University Faculty in the OER World
Wayne Mackintosh - Introduction - WikiEducator: Memoirs, Myths, Misrepresentations and the Magic
Wayne Mackintosh - Summary - WikiEducator: Memoirs, Myths, Misrepresentations and the Magic
Wayne Mackintosh - WikiEducator: Memoirs, Myths, Misrepresentations and the Magic
Web Conference - Leigh Blackall
Year 1 Review - The Impact of Open Source Software on Education
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