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Awareness, attitudes and participation of teaching staff towards the open content movement in one university

Posted on 29 Oct 2012 with 0 comments
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This research investigates the current awareness of, and participation in, the open content movement at one UK institution for higher education.  The data gathered concurs with other research suggesting a lack of awareness to the Creative Commons licenses as well as a lack of participation in large open educational resource repositories.


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